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Tuition & Aid

We work hard to keep our tuition affordable so you can successfully complete your educational journey.

Along with tuition, there are other items, such as housing, transportation, and loan fees that contribute to your overall cost of attendance (COA) in any given program. Your COA will be an important factor in calculating your loan requests. Our financial aid counselors are available to go over your options.

Tuition and Fees are due the first week of classes. Tuition not covered by your financial aid must be paid in full unless you enroll in an online payment plan. Learn about how to make a payment, withdrawal schedules, refunds, and student health insurance.

Tuition and fees are subject to change. The Touro University Board of Trustees reserves the right to change the fee schedule without prior written notice.

Master of Public Health Tuition

Tuition 2024-2025

Tuition Per Credit $990

Additional Public Health Fees

Student Health Fee (annual) $345
Technology Fee (per trimester) $80

General University Fees

Late registration fee $100
Returned check fee $40
Stop payment fee (requested by student/check cashed) $25
Late payment fee (charged monthly beginning the day after the final add/drop date if full payment for term or payment plan enrollment is not set up) $100
Electronic Transcript fee (per copy) $5
Paper Transcript fee (per copy) $10
Payment Plan (enrollment only) $50

Contact the Bursar

Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Fridays: 8:00am-3:00pm

Phone: 707-638-5253

*In transition to Truett Hall
Mare Island

Mailing Address:
Touro University
Office of the Bursar
1310 Club Dr
Vallejo, CA 94592

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Cost of Attendance

Along with tuition, students should estimate the overall cost of completing an academic year - or the Cost of Attendance (COA) - in your program.

The COA – or student budget – not only lets you see the big picture costs of your degree but also serves to determine your financial needs and the amount of aid (federal loans and scholarships) for which you may qualify.

COA includes:

  • Direct costs (tuition and fees)
  • Indirect costs (books, supplies, food and housing, personal and transportation costs)
  • Health Insurance (TUC requires participation in Touro's Student Health Insurance Plan – SHIP – unless you are approved to be waived out of the program.

Your COA, and subsequent financial aid eligibility, are determined and calculated based on the academic year (semesters you are enrolled in classes).

Estimated Cost of Attendance

Master of Public Health Program

While not specific to your circumstance, consider the information below as a sample Cost of Attendance for the MPH program.

Financial Aid

There are many financial aid options to help you reach your Touro University California goals. We receive funds from federal, state, and private sources including federal and private loans, several federal scholarship programs, the Federal Work-Study Program, and more.

Touro California's financial aid department supports your educational goals and is eager to assist you in finding the financial help you need. Learn more about applying for financial aid on the main financial aid page.

Financial Aid