Tuition and Fees
We work hard to give you the best possible education and learning experience money can buy. As part of our commitment to providing exceptional customer service to students, we offer several tuition payment options and financial aid services to make your time at our University as convenient and affordable as possible.
Tuition and Fees
A detailed cost of attendance is available for 2019-2020.
|Number of Credit Hours||Cost Per Credit Hour|
|Prerequisites, OTA & LAS Courses: 71||$767|
|New Student Fee||$15 one-time fee|
|Technology Fee||$200 per semester|
|Student Activity Fee||$45 per semester|
|Books, Supplies, & AOTA Membership||$2,500 (estimated costs, occurs throughout the program)|
|Clinical Clearance Costs||Will Vary|
Tuition rates and fees are subject to change as of June 1 each year.
We require our OTA students to be covered under a health insurance plan. Students who do not have health insurance coverage can enroll in St. Kate’s health insurance plan.
Students who need help paying for their OTA education may apply for federal financial aid, using our four step process. Students may be eligible for the federal Pell grant and federal Direct Subsidized/Unsubsidized loans. Parents of dependent students may be eligible to apply for a Parent PLUS loan.
To initiate certification for VA benefits, complete the Request for Certification of VA Benefits. For additional information, see our Military and Veteran Aid page or contact the College for Adults Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Student Accounts office offers several tuition payment options, from paying online via KatePay to paying in person by check. Typically, payment for each semester is due in full by the first day of class. However, you have the opportunity to enroll in a payment plan that spreads your costs across the semester. We offer a ten day window at the start of each semester where you can sign-up for a payment plan in KatePay.