Determining Costs Per Student for Washington’s Medical Schools


Sjoberg Evashenk Consulting recently partnered with the Washington State Auditor’s Office to determine the costs per student for Washington’s medical schools. The review found that the educational costs per student at the UW medical school, for students from Washington and WWAMI partner states, were about $90,640 in fiscal year 2015. Washington state funds and tuition subsidized less than 2 percent of costs for students from the four partner states: Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. Planned medical education costs at WSU are $125,960 per student in fiscal year 2023, when staffing and enrollment are expected to stabilize and start-up costs begin phasing out.

The full report can be found here.

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