Tuition & Aid

DMD Program Tuition & Fees for Academic Year 2023-2024

TypeKentucky ResidentNon-Resident
Instrument & Supplies Fee$7,500$7,500
Health Profession Fee$105$105
Student Rec Fee$196$196
Major Medical Insurance (can be waived)$3,234$3,234

A UofL education is an excellent investment in your future. For additional information on educational expenses and the Cost of Attendance, please visit the Student Financial Aid Office’s website.

Financial Aid

Approximately 85 percent of all dental students receive some form of financial aid. Both scholarships and loans are offered, although the majority of financial aid comes in the form of student loans.

ULSD financial aid coordinator is dedicated to helping dental students.

Most financial aid is federally-based and is available only to U.S. citizens or qualified non-residents or qualified non-residents. International students (F visas) are not eligible for federal student aid.

All applicants for federal student aid must annually submit a free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), or a renewal application. A student’s financial aid award cannot exceed the cost of attendance. Cost of attendance is a standard figure computed for each category of student (i.e., all first-year, nonresident students have the same cost of attendance budget) and includes:

  • tuition and fees
  • dental supplies fee
  • books and supplies
  • personal and living expenses

Federal regulations require that cost of attendance be based on the student only, and not include the student’s family. We are unable to consider larger cost of living expenses because a student is married or has dependents. However, child care costs for dependents can be added to the student’s cost of attendance when documentation is provided.

Contact ULSD Financial Aid

Email: Dental School Financial Aid
Phone: 502-852-5076
Web page