Tag: tuition

UTHSC Advisory Board Votes Not to Increase Tuition


For the fourth straight year, tuition is expected not to increase for students at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. During the winter meeting of the UTHSC Advisory Board Friday, members voted unanimously in favor of keeping the current tuition rates, at the recommendation of Chancellor Peter Buckley, MD. “This is not an organization… Read More

UTHSC Advisory Board to Meet Via Zoom January 12

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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s Advisory Board will hold its first meeting of 2022 on Wednesday, January 12, at 1 p.m. CST, via Zoom. On the agenda: The FY 2023 Tuition Proposal Interested individuals are encouraged to watch the meeting online. Information to access the meeting is available at https://www.uthsc.edu/advisory-board/index.php. Each UT campus across… Read More

Dean Proud of Reducing Cost of PharmD Education for Out-of-State Students


From Dean Marie Chisholm-Burns I grew up with limited resources, so I am keenly aware of the stress students face from the cost of education in this country. I vowed that if ever I was in a position to influence the cost of education for students, I would do my very best to help. I… Read More

UTHSC Adopts Tuition Reductions for Out-of-State Students for Certain Programs


The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has adopted tuition reductions for out-of-state students in some of its programs for the coming academic year. Out-of-state students at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will see reduced tuition rates for the coming academic year in the Colleges of Pharmacy and Graduate Health Sciences, as well… Read More

Expanded Regional Tuition Program Opens College of Pharmacy to More Students


  Rebecca Wahrmund of Morrilton, Arkansas, had reluctantly decided that the College of Pharmacy at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center was out of her reach financially. Though UTHSC was her first choice, she was all set to attend another institution to get her pharmacy degree. However, a new financial incentive introduced last spring… Read More