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Finances

OU-Tulsa PA Program estimated tuition, fees, and living expenses can be found at the following link: http://www.ouhsc.edu/financialservices/SFA/CostList.asp

Financial Aid & Scholarships

General Information for PA Students

The purpose of the financial aid program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is to provide assistance to students who need help in meeting the cost of their education. Increased costs have affected every aspect of the educational process. Colleges and universities in general, and health professions schools in particular, have been called upon to assist the growing number of students and parents who cannot afford to carry the financial burden of such professional training. Applications from all students who believe they will require financial aid are encouraged.  

 

Contact Information and Resources for Students

The main office for all OUHSC students is location at:

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Offices of Financial Aid
Post Office Box 26901
David Boren Student Union Room 301
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73126-0901
Telephone: (405) 271-2118

www.ouhsc.edu/financialservices/SFA/

 

Tulsa students may also visit:

OU Tulsa Enrollment and Financial Aid Services
4502 East 41st Street
Schusterman Center Campus
Main Administration Building, Room 114
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135
Telephone: (918) 660-3474

www.ou.edu/tulsa/esfs

 

OU Scholarship Opportunities

OUHSC Scholarship Information page. This is a fantastic resource for students looking for scholarship available to OUHSC students.

OU Club of Tulsa

 

Student Work Policy
Due to the rigorous time demands during the didactic year and clinical rotations, the PA Program faculty strongly suggest that students do not work while enrolled.  Students who do choose to work despite this recommendation are expected to maintain all university and program attendance expectations, professional deportment, and academic standards.  Students should consult with a counselor in the Financial Aid Office if they are in need of more financial resources.