Doctor of Chiropractic Program

Costs change each year and are based on:

  • Direct educational costs such as tuition and fees
  • Indirect allowances for personal expenses, transportation, and books/supplies

Typical financial aid award amounts

  • Your award will be influenced by scholarships or student employment
  • Looking for additional support? Talk to us about credit-based loan options

Per-term cost of attendance for the 2015-16 year:

Davenport, Iowa, Campus - Doctor of Chiropractic Program (10 term program)
Direct Costs$11,092
Variable Costs$550
Living Expenses$6,925
Loan Fees$155
Total$18,722 
Typical Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan$16,500
Port Orange, Fla., Campus - Doctor of Chiropractic Program (13 term program)
Direct Costs$8,406
Variable Costs$575
Living Expenses$6,280
Loan Fees$202
Total$15,463
Typical Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan$11,000
San Jose, Calif., Campus - Doctor of Chiropractic Program (13 term program)
Direct Costs$8,286
Variable Costs$800
Living Expenses$7,400
Loan Fees$189
Total$16,675
Typical Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan$11,000

We've developed these average costs so that we can set a threshold for financial aid awards. We're assuming a modest, but adequate standard of living.

  • Your costs will not be the same as the averages outlined here
  • You should develop your own personal budget before you enroll

Bachelor of Science Program

Direct Costs$2,612
Variable Costs$850
Living Expenses$6,925
Loan Fees$60
Total$10,447

 

*Tuition figures based on full-time enrollment of 12 credit hours

Costs

Associate of Applied Science in Chiropractic Technology Program

Direct Costs$2,916
Variable Costs$650
Living Expenses$6,925
Loan Fees$50
Total$10,526
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