Tuition and Financial Aid

When cost is a deciding factor in attending college, it's hard to find a better value than UB. Find helpful information on tuition and financial aid.

Tuition Information

Financial Aid Information

Transportation Costs

An additional cost to consider is transportation. A valid driver’s license and a car are required for the Graduate Program in Clinical Nutrition. Mileage (up to 60 miles one way) and tolls/parking fees (up to $10/day) are the responsibility of the student.

For additional scholarship and FAFSA information, contact the Office of Financial Aid Questions about financial aid and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application.

Program Awards

Glenda R. Reardon Student Assistance Fund

Cathy Davius Memorial Award

Estimated Program Costs

  • UB tuition and fees
  • New York State Residency
  • Health Insurance
  • $50 Program Application Fee
  • $120/year iComp Portal
  • $58/year and student membership for duration of program
  • $15/year NYS District membership for duration of program
  • $35 Council on Renal Nutrition Conference
  • $15 Di SC Communication Evaluation and Report
  • $200 RD Exam Required Review Materials
  • ~$ 200/semester Educational Expenses: Resources, lab coat, references, food demonstrations, cultural dining experience
  • ~$ 100 Medical exam for site onboarding
  • ~$ 500/month living expenses
  • Varies: Transportation and parking fees up to 60 miles one way. Parking fees vary.
  • Varies: Background check, fingerprinting, drug screen only if required by practice site.