Creighton makes becoming a dentist attainable. In fact, we’re known for being one of the most affordable private dental schools in the nation.
Invest in your future with a quality education from Creighton School of Dentistry. In addition to estimating your dental school expenses, we encourage you to find out more about financial aid at Creighton and how to apply. The University offers both grants and loans that are need-based.
|TUITION||year 1||year 2||year 3||year 4||totAL|
|Tuition - Resident||$59,176||$59,176||$59,176||$59,176||$236,704|
Tuition - Nonresident
|FEES||YEAR 1||YEAR 2||YEAR 3||YEAR 4||TOTAL|
|*Student Health Insurance||$2,400||$2,400||$2,400||$2,400||$9,600|
|EQUIPMENT||YEAR 1||YEAR 2||YEAR 3||YEAR 4||TOTAL|
|ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES||YEAR 1||YEAR 2||YEAR 3||YEAR 4||TOTAL|
|$16,200 (9 mos.)||$19,800 (11 mos.)||$19,800 (11 mos.)||$19,800 (11 mos.)|
|total expenses||year 1||year 2||YEAR 3||YEAR 4||TOTAL|
*Mandatory if not covered by another plan | **Is included in the tuition.
To apply for financial aid at Creighton, you must either be an admitted applicant or current student. The application process is quick and easy: just fill out and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), using Creighton’s Title IV school code: 002542. Admitted applicants should apply by June 30, 2017, for the 2017-2018 academic year, and current students should do so as soon as the FAFSA becomes available on January 1.
After our Financial Aid Office reviews your FAFSA, you will receive a financial aid award letter detailing your aid eligibility. We also encourage you to find out about outside awards through resources such as Fastweb and FinAid.
For additional information about tuition and billing, please visit the Creighton Business Office.