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Tuition and Student Fees, First-Year Medical School Students 2005-2006

Table 1 compares current tuition and fee ranges, medians, and averages for all U.S. medical schools with the prior year. For public medical schools, average tuition and fees increased by 7.7 percent for residents, and by 5.5 percent for non-residents from 2004-2005 to 2005-2006. Average tuition and fees for private schools increased by 4.3 percent for residents, and by 4.0 percent for non-residents during the same period.

The data for prior years may differ from that previously reported due to corrections and changes in school status. For example, between FY02 and FY03 one school was reclassified from private to public.

Beginning in 2002-2003, health insurance fees were collected. Beginning in 2004-2005, the survey collects whether health insurance is required, and whether health insurance fee is waived if the student has proof of existing coverage.

LSU New Orleans was unable to submit data for 2005-2006.

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