The inaugural class of 60 students at the new TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine will pay no tuition for their first year courtesy of Paul Dorman, chairman and CEO of Fort Worth-based DFB Pharmaceuticals. The new medical school is on track to open in July 2019 and the tuition waiver is reminiscent of the moves made by UNLV and UCF which certainly helped attract strong incoming classes and made the accreditation process smoother.
So, if you’re a Texas resident who is 2 years from applying, you have a roughly $50,000 (the expected tuition cost at the new school) incentive to consider the new TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine. (Of those 60 spots, 20 are set aside for TCU graduates.)
Best of luck with your applications!
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