The tuition for the first three years of the 5 year BS/MS program can be found here.

The tuition charge for the students entering the professional phase of the Physician Assistant Program for the Fall of 2022 is $47,175.00 for the 2022-2023 didactic year and for the 2023-2024 clinical year.

The tuition charge for the students entering the professional phase of the Physician Assistant Program for the Fall of 2021 is $46,341.00 for the 2021-2022 didactic year and for the 2022-2023 clinical year.

The tuition charge for student entering the professional phase of the Physician Assistant Program for the Fall of 2020 is $45,432.00 for the 2020-2021 didactic year and $45,432.00 for the 2021-2022 clinical year.

The hourly rate for DoD MOU TA (Department of Defense Memorandum of Understanding Tuition Assistance) = $1,544.70

Fees billed with tuition

1st year PA students   

Fall 2022

  • Tuition: $15,725
  • General College Fee: $1,039.00
  • Professional Phase Fee: $2,197.00

Spring 2023

  • Tuition: $15,725.00
  • General College Fee: $1039.00
  • Professional Phase Fee: $2,197.00

Summer 2023

  • Tuition: $15,725.00
  • Professional Phase Fee: $549.00

Clinical Year (2023-2024)

Fall 2023 (fees may increase)

  • Tuition: $15,725.00
  • General College Fee: $1039.00
  • Professional Phase Fee: $2,197.00

Spring 2024 (fees may increase)

  • Tuition: $15,725.00
  • General College Fee: $1039.00
  • Professional Phase Fee: $2,197.00

Summer 2024 (fees may increase)

  • Tuition: $15,725.00
  • Graduation Fee: $208.00

Clinical Year(2022-2023)

Summer 2022

Tuition: $15,447.00

Professional Phase Fee: $544.00

FALL 2022

  • Tuition:  $15,447.00
  • General College Fee: $1,039.00
  • Professional Phase Fee: $1,208.00

SPRING 2023

  • Tuition: $15,447.00
  • General College Fee:  $1,039.00
  • Professional Phase Fee:  $1,208.00

SUMMER 2023 (fee may increase)

  • Tuition: $15,447.00
  • Graduation Fee:  $208.00

Clinical Students (2021-2022)

SUMMER 2022

  • Tuition: $15, 144. 00
  • Graduation Fee:  $206.00

Professional Phase fees includes: PA Equipment, Clinical Lab fees, Gross Anatomy Lab fee, and Clinical Placement fees

Estimated costs/fees that are NOT billed with tuition:

  • Laptop computer (1st year) $1500
  • Textbooks (1st year): estimated total cost of textbooks without the use of Access Medicine provided by the College and includes the video library required for Physical Diagnosis Lab-$835
  • Textbooks (1st year):  $750 If the student uses the textbooks in Access Medicine provided by the College. This cost also includes the Physical Diagnosis Lab video library of approximately $220.)
  • Textbooks (2nd year) is approximately $80 (Other texts utilized are covered by the College if the student chooses to utilize the online textbooks available through Access Medicine)
  •  Background check/drug screen/HIPAA/OSHA fee for year one is approximately $214
  • Background checks/drug screens/Exxat for year two is approximately $250

*fingerprint and child abuse registration fees are not included in this price.

  • ACLS (1st year summer) $225.00
  • Housing cost for didactic phase of the program and clinical local rotations vary depending on arrangements made by the students. The cost of parking at King's on the Square can be requested and is approximately $350 per year.
  • Housing/meals/parking on away rotations (2nd year) $3000.00
  • Background checks required for specific rotations in addition to those listed prior -$100.00 
  •  Physicals/bloodwork/titers/drug screens *^ $100-500 ^

*not covered by insurance (1st and 2nd year)
^ must do it every 12 months

Withdrawal from College

Since every college has many expenses of a continuing nature associated with each student’s attendance, it is understood the student is registered for the entire semester and responsible for tuition and fees incurred. However, if a student withdraws from the College before the dates listed below, he/she will receive a tuition refund according to the schedule listed. The last day of class attendance, as indicated on the completed exit interview with the Center for Academic Advisement, is considered as the official date of withdrawal in all instances.

Students enrolled in off-campus programs through King’s College (i.e. Medical Technology, affiliated Study Abroad) will be subject to the withdrawal refund policy of the host institution.

First and Second Summer 2022 Sessions (22/S1 & 22/S2)

Withdrawal from the College through the first day of classes: 100%
Withdrawal from the College through the fourth class meeting: 80%
Withdrawal from the College through the sixth class meeting: 65%
Withdrawal from the College through the eighth class meeting: 50%
No refund is made after the eighth class meeting. 

Special Scheduling Summer 2022 Session (22/SS)

Withdrawal from the College through the first day of classes: 100%
Withdrawal from the College through the third week of classes: 80%
Withdrawal from the College through the fourth week of classes: 65%
Withdrawal from the College through the sixth week of classes: 50%
No refund is made after the sixth week of classes.

 Fall 2022 Semester (August 22 start date)

Withdrawal from the College on or before August 29, 2022 100%
Withdrawal from the College on or before September 7, 2022 80%
Withdrawal from the College on or before September 15, 2022 65%
Withdrawal from the College on or before September 23, 2022 50%

No refund is made after September 23, 2022.

Spring 2023 Semester: (January 16 start date)

Withdrawal from the College on or before January 23, 2023 100%
Withdrawal from the College on or before January 31, 2023 80%
Withdrawal from the College on or before February 8, 2023 65%
Withdrawal from the College on or before February 16, 2023 50%
No refund is made after February 16, 2023.

Rooms in the student residence halls are rented for the semester and there is no refund of room charges in case of withdrawal after classes have commenced. Refund of board fees is determined on a pro-rata basis throughout the semester.

Apart from tuition and board, no refund is made on any other fees after classes have commenced.

The College endeavors to treat all students fairly and consistently in all cases of refunds; however, it is recognized that in rare instances individual circumstances may warrant exceptions from published policy. In these cases, the parent or student should write to the Vice President for Business Affairs, 133 North River St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711, detailing the reasons why special consideration should be given in their case. Appeals must be made in a timely manner.