Total tuition cost for the 18 month program is $4,000. Upon acceptance into the program, there is a $500 non-refundable deposit due to secure your spot in the program. This amount will be deducted from your tuition. The remainding $3,500 will be due on your first day of the program by check or money order payable to Vanderbilt University Medical Center and given to the program director.
Federal financial aid is available to qualified applicants. You can read more about the financial aid policy on the Programs in Allied Health financial aid page.
Other expenses which are the responsibility of the student:
Textbook for END 102: Introduction to Neuroscience
Transcript books for “Understanding the Brain”
by Professor Jeanette Norden
$35 (available through The Great Courses- talk to instructor before ordering)
Textbook for END 104: EEG Clinical Correlations
Atlas of EEG & Seizure Semiology - Hardcover (Aug. 19, 2005)
by Bassel Abou-Khalil and Karl E. Misulis
$86 (through Amazon.com)
REFUND & WITHDRAWAL POLICY
Students who officially withdraw from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Program as stipulated in the Withdrawal Policy may be entitled to a refund of a portion of the tuition charges paid by them. The refund policy for the Programs in Allied Health follows:
Should a student make the decision to withdraw from a program in the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Programs in Allied Health, written notification to his/her Program Director is required. Email is not acceptable. The student may indicate a date of withdrawal that is other than the date of the letter, providing the student continues to attend up to the date of withdrawal stated. If the student is absent for more than two (2) consecutive days without approval of his/her Program Director, they will be considered “unofficially withdrawn” and the last documented day of attendance will be used as his/her official withdrawal date. The student is required to immediately return all items (keys, ID tags, etc.) that are the property of Vanderbilt University Medical Center to their Program Director. See Refund Policy as it relates to any possible return of tuition to the student as a result of his/her withdrawal.
Students who officially withdraw from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Programs in Allied Health as stipulated in the WITHDRAWAL section may be entitled to a refund of a portion of the tuition charges paid by them. The refund policy for the Programs in Allied Health is determined as follows: Up through the 60% point in each payment period, a pro rata schedule is used to determine the amount of tuition the student is responsible for at the time of withdrawal. AFTER the 60% point in the payment period, a student is responsible for 100% of the program’s tuition costs for that academic year (if longer than 12 months). For all of our Programs in Allied Health, if a credit balance exists after student account charges are reduced in accordance with the individual refund policy stated above and after financial aid credits (if any) are reduced prorate as described in the following paragraph, students who withdraw are eligible to receive a refund, payable by check, within 30 days after the date of withdrawal.