Tuition and Financial Aid
The online Pharm.D. pathway from the ACPE-accredited Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher University is 151 credits and can be completed in four years.
Tuition for the current school year (2022-2023) is $1,175 per credit hour. There is also a $15/per credit hour pharmacy fee. The estimated cost is calculated based on completing all 151 required credits over four years and factors in a moderate annual tuition increase during your time in the program. This does not include costs related to travel and housing for immersions, books and supplies, or other associated fees.
View the Cost of Attendance Worksheets for additional information on tuition, fees and other expenses:
Financing Your Degree
There are many ways to fund your education. As you evaluate how to pay for your degree, consider a variety of resources such as scholarships, student loans, and federal student aid programs.
Financial aid eligibility for pharmacy students is based upon the total number of transfer credits. In order to be considered a graduate student, a student must be enrolled in a post-baccalaureate or professional degree program and must have earned at least 90 credit hours. Students who transfer 90 credits or more are considered for graduate-level aid, and those with less than 90 credits are considered for undergraduate-level aid.
Please see the St. John Fisher University Student Financial Services website to find out more about scholarships, employer payments, veterans education benefits, federal student loans, and other financing options.
Applying for Aid
To apply for federal student aid, which includes loans, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You will need to use the St. John Fisher University federal school code 002821 when filling out your application.
Please keep in mind that you must complete the FAFSA each academic year in order to remain eligible for federal student aid. Here’s a helpful step-by-step guide on applying for aid.
Have questions about program tuition costs or financial aid options? You can contact Student Financial Services via email at email@example.com, (585) 385-8042 or visit the St. John Fisher University Student Financial Services website for more information.Request Information