Program Expenses and Housing

Estimated Costs of the Program (Subject to change)

2017-2018 Tuition and Fees for In-State Students

  • Total Tuition and Fees for two Semesters: $14,340
  • Tuition: $12,960 ($864 x 15 credits)
  • Technology Fee: $380 (Based on number of credits per semester)
  • Internship Fee: $1,000 (Charged in the Fall semester of program)

2017-2018 Tuition and Fees for Out-of-State Students

  • Total Tuition and Fees for two Semesters: $23,625
  • Tuition: $22,245 ($1,483 x 15 credits)
  • Technology Fee: $380 (Based on number of credits per semester)
  • Internship Fee: $1,000 (Charged in the Fall semester of program)

Additional Expenses (Estimated)

  • Housing costs (estimated): $7,000
  • Professional Liability Insurance: $50
  • Lab Coats: $30
  • DI Program Application Fee: $65
  • DICAS Fee: $20 - $45
  • D&D Digital Computer Matching Fee: $55
  • The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Membership Dues: $58
  • Background Checks: $75
  • Attendance at FNCE, Chicago, IL (Estimated): $1350

Total Additional Expenses (Estimated): $8,730

*The Penn State Board of Trustees meets in July each year to determine tuition and fees for the upcoming year.
Please visit http://tuition.psu.edu for current tuition scheduling.

Interns are responsible for transportation costs, housing, meals and any additional expenses.

Interns must have a car in order to travel to rotation sites.

Financial aid is available. See Penn State's Office of Student Aid website.

Housing

  • Housing arrangements are the responsibility of the intern.
  • Schedule rotations will be in the Harrisburg/Hershey area.
  • Interns are responsible for housing and costs while attending the The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics FNCE meeting.
  • The enrichment rotation may be arranged outside of the Harrisburg area; however, housing is the responsibility of the intern.

Travel

  • A car is necessary to travel to the different sites.
  • Some sites may require a travel time of 1 to 1.5 hours from the interns living location. ~60 miles.
  • Interns are responsible for the travel costs to attend The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics FNCE meeting.