The comprehensive fee schedule for the High Point University DPT Program is set annually. The comprehensive fee includes all tuition and University fees, and is a convenient way for students to determine their investment accurately. The comprehensive fee does not include books. Please bear in mind that the comprehensive fee is revised on an annual basis. For a detailed costs of attendance for the 2022-2023 academic year, including additional estimates of expenses related to costs of living, please review the table below:
|Summer 2022||Fall 2022||Spring 2023|
|Total Cost of Attendance||$26,068||$26,068||$26,068|
|Amenities Included in Student Fees|
|Division I Athletic Events||Included|
|Cultural Enrichment Events||Included|
|Intramural and Club Sports||Included|
|Dining Plans Available||Additional fee depending on plan|
|Background Checks & Drug Screens||Actual cost paid by student to company conducting service|
|MyCred Record Tracker||Actual cost paid by student to company providing service|
|CPR for Healthcare Providers||Actual cost paid by student to American Red Cross or American Heart Assoc. for Training|
Published tuition rates are preliminary rates that are subject to change by the Board of Trustees.
Final rates are approved by the Board at the Board Meeting preceding the semester for which the new rates apply.
*Housing and Board Allowances are for students living off-campus. Should on-campus housing be available and if a student signs up to live-on-campus, then these allowances will be replaced with actual housing and dining plan charges. Please email your Financial Planning Counselor if this applies to you.
Students are responsible for all costs associated with their personal transportation to clinical rotations. Students are responsible for all living costs and should be aware that some clinical rotations occur outside of the immediate High Point region and therefore the student may choose to seek short-term housing opportunities in other areas.
Cost of attendance can be increased by expenses related to short-term housing, charges for health insurance and/or meal plans by term. Please email your Financial Planning Counselor if this applies to you.
Student Health Insurance is required of all students. Medical Insurance Coverage is provided to Physical Therapy students according to the schedule below:
Students may waive the university provided medical insurance with proof of other comparable insurance prior to the start of the academic year. Student Medical Insurance rates are reviewed annually and rates are subject to change. For more information on the university provided medical coverage, please visit the student accounts website.
Many professional students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to apply for student loans to support their graduate education (School Code 002933). Information about these loans is available in the Office of Student Financial Planning. If you have specific questions, please contact your Student Financial Planning Counselor, Cana Hill, by phone at 336-841-9289 or by email at email@example.com.
All applicants accepted into the High Point University Doctor of Physical Therapy program must accept or decline our offer of conditional admission by returning the Intent to Enroll document to the Office of Graduate Admissions no later than date given on acceptance letter or by submitting your matriculation deposit, a non-refundable deposit of $1,000, which will be applied towards your first semester tuition. If you do not deposit nor return the Intent to Enroll form by the deadline, the Admissions Committee reserves the right to offer your place in the class to another candidate.
For the High Point University policy on crediting any charges paid based on date of withdrawal, please refer to the information on https://www.highpoint.edu/studentaccounts/withdrawal-information/graduate.
Payment of all tuition and fees is due at the beginning of each term of enrollment.