10 most affordable medical schools for out-of-state applicants

During the 2017-18 academic school year, out-of-state medical students paid an average of $58,000 for tuition and fees at public medical schools, according to data submitted by 69 institutions to U.S. News & World Report.

The price tag is roughly 6 percent more than out-of-state students at private institutions were made to pay for the same academic year — roughly $54,877 in tuition and fees — according to data submitted to U.S. News by 52 private medical schools.

Fifteen public medical schools that submitted data charged out-of-state medical students more than the rates charged by some of the most expensive private medical schools.

Here are the 10 most affordable medical schools for out-of-state students, as ranked by U.S. News from least expensive to most expensive.

  1. University of Central Florida College of Medicine (Orlando) — $31,063
  2. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (Lubbock) — $31,194
  3. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine — $31,398
  4. University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston McGovern Medical School — $31,754
  5. University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine — $33,220
  6. University of Texas Southwestern Medical School (Dallas) — $33,621
  7. University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine (Galveston) — $34,113
  8. University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (Fort Worth) — $34,854
  9. Ohio State University College of Medicine (Columbus) — $39,089
  10. University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health — $43,545

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