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Boston-based Health Science School students (Medical, Dental, and Nutrition Schools and Public Health Professional Degree programs) are eligible to purchase an MBTA semester pass or monthly pass at a 25% discount over regular “T” prices. Each student is entitled to one pass only. In some circumstances, students may also be able to purchase discounted Monthly MBTA passes.

Tuition rates depend on the program(s) you are taking. Review our latest Tuition Rates and Fees.

Various types of financial assistance are available. You can apply for Federal Finacial Aid and the Friedman School offers stipends, research assistantships, teaching assistantships and scholarships. Please visit these pages under the Finacing section for more details.

The term Scholarship refers to funds provided by the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy to our graduate students that are used to reduce tuition costs or assist you in defraying some of your living expenses. In most cases, such scholarships are funds put aside from the School's operating budget. In some cases, we have obtained scholarship funds from specific donors. If you are provided with this latter form of scholarship, we do require that you maintain the appropriate level of contact with the donor. These funds are distributed directly to your Student Account. We issue a credit to your student account. In the event the total funds awarded to you (including scholarship and Federal Financial Aid) exceed the amount you owe to the University, you may elect to withdraw the balance by completing a Refund Form that can be obtained at the Tufts University Office of Financial Aid at Dowling Hall on the Medford Campus.