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Logan’s accelerated learning programs, online degree options and competitive tuition can help keep a nationally-ranked chiropractic or health sciences education within reach. Tuition and fees for all of our doctoral, master’s and bachelor’s degree programs are based on a 15-week trimester schedule.

Cost of Attendance

Tuition & Fees
Costs are paid directly to Logan University. Financial aid will be applied to these costs first.

2022-2023 Tuition
$12,520 per trimester (Flat rate 12 hours or greater)

$1,050 per credit hour (less than 12 credit hours)

Fees
$50 Activity Fee

Trimester-Based Fees
Trimester 1: $1,395 (Doctor’s Bag* including Diagnostic Kit and White Coat)

*The fee for the Doctor’s Bag including the diagnostic kit and white coat is non-refundable. Any items new, unused and in the original box may be returnable at the discretion of the Logan University Bookstore.

Additional Expenses
Below are estimates for indirect costs of attendance per trimester. This includes a moderate cost of living. Although costs will vary by student, you are encouraged to create a monthly budget. Personal expenses such as credit card debt, car payments and costs for other family members are not factored into your educational expenses.

Books and Supplies*
$1,180
*Trimester 1 students are required to purchase an iPad. The estimated additional indirect cost for this is $600, which will increase the books and supplies components accordingly.

Housing Allowance
Off-campus: $6,308
With parent: $3,154

Personal Allowance
$3,668

Transportation 
$1,120

NBCE Boards

Exam fees are paid directly to the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners when applying to take each part. Students may request a cost of attendance increase one time for each required Part of the board exams. Required Parts are I, II, III and IV. For details on cost please visit https://www.nbce.org/home/.

Bachelor of Science: Human Biology; Life Science

Tuition & Fees
Costs are paid directly to Logan University. Financial aid will be applied to these costs first.

2022-2023 Tuition
$325 per credit hour

Tuition after receiving Scholarship Merit-Based Tuition
First-time Freshman with a 3.5+ GPA*: $175 per credit hour
Transfer Student with a 3.5+ GPA*: $225 per credit hour

*To remain eligible, students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher at Logan University and be enrolled consecutively in two out of three trimesters per academic year.

Fees
Activity fee (for on-campus students only): $50

Additional Expenses
Below are estimates for indirect costs of attendance per trimester. This includes a moderate cost of living. Although costs will vary by student, you are encouraged to create a monthly budget. Personal expenses such as credit card debt, car payments and costs for other family members are not factored into your educational expenses.

Books and Supplies (Based on 12 or more credit hours)
$750

Housing Allowance
Off-Campus: $5,400
With Parent: $2,700

Personal Allowance
$3,668

Transportation 
$1,120

Tuition & Fees
Costs are paid directly to Logan University. Financial aid will be applied to these costs first.

2022-2023 Tuition
$725 per credit hour

Additional Expenses
Below are estimates for indirect costs of attendance per trimester. This includes a moderate cost of living. Although costs will vary by student, you are encouraged to create a monthly budget. Personal expenses such as credit card debt, car payments and costs for other family members are not factored into your educational expenses.

Books and Supplies (Based on 2 courses)
$450

Housing Allowance
Off-Campus: $5,400
With Parent: $2,700

Personal Allowance
$3,668

Transportation 
$1,120

Master of Science: Nutrition and Human Performance; Sports Science and Rehabilitation; Health Informatics; Applied Nutrition and Dietetics; Strength and Conditioning; Integrative Pediatrics

Tuition & Fees
Costs are paid directly to Logan University. Financial aid will be applied to these costs first.

2022-2023 Tuition
$525 per credit hour

Additional Expenses
Below are estimates for indirect costs of attendance per trimester. This includes a moderate cost of living. Although costs will vary by student, you are encouraged to create a monthly budget. Personal expenses such as credit card debt, car payments and costs for other family members are not factored into your educational expenses.

Books and Supplies (Based on 2 courses)
$450

Housing Allowance
Off-Campus: $5,400
With Parent: $2,700

Personal Allowance*
$3,668

Transportation 
$1,120

*For students in the Applied Nutrition and Dietetics Program, personal allowance includes an estimation for health and auto insurance, immunizations, background checks, memberships and professional development. For a detailed explanation of these expenses please visit the MS Applied Nutrition and Dietetics Program Guide.

Additional Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable) – $50
payable with application

Tuition Deposit  – $300
non-refundable, applied to tuition

Underload – $1,050
per credit hour

Payment Plan Fee – $25

Late Registration Fee – $100

Late Payment Fee – $100

Transcripts – $10

I.D. Replacement – $15

Bachelor of Science: Human Biology; Life Science

Application Fee (non-refundable) – $25
payable with application

Tuition Deposit  – $50
non-refundable, applied to tuition

Payment Plan Fee – $25

Late Registration Fee – $100

Late Payment Fee – $100

Transcripts – $10

I.D. Replacement – $15

Application Fee (non-refundable) – $50
payable with application

Tuition Deposit (non-refundable, applied to tuition) – $100

Payment Plan Fee – $25

Late Registration Fee – $100

Late Payment Fee – $100

Transcripts – $10

I.D. Replacement – $15

Master of Science: Nutrition and Human Performance; Sports Science and Rehabilitation; Health Informatics; Applied Nutrition and Dietetics; Strength and Conditioning; Integrative Pediatrics

Application Fee (non-refundable) – $50
payable with application

Tuition Deposit (non-refundable, applied to tuition) – $100

Payment Plan Fee – $25

Late Registration Fee – $100

Late Payment Fee – $100

Transcripts – $10

I.D. Replacement – $15

Physical Examination, Immunizations (flu and TB test renewed annually) – $200

MMR, Chicken pox, Hepatitis A, Flu and TB – $120

Housing/Meals/Transportation (depending on location and accommodations are shared) – $1000/monthly

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Student Membership/MOAND Student Membership (free for student Academy members) – $58/yearly

MOAND – St. Louis Chapter membership – $11/yearly

Professional Development/Conference Attendance (FNCE/MOAND or similar) – $800 – $1,200

RDN exam review course – $400