Late Payment of Tuition / School Fees
Fees are due two months prior to commencement of the semester. If fees are not paid on time, de-registration may occur. Returning students are required to pay tuition fees one month prior to the beginning of the semester or else a late payment fee will be charged. For every week of delay in the payment of tuition fee, there is a charge of US$150 or US$500 per month subject to maximum of 2 months of delay. After two months, the student will not be allowed to continue in class for the rest of the semester and will be required to repeat the semester.
Any student who is absent for two terms or semesters without providing a valid written request and without obtaining prior approval from the university authorities may be subject to sanction or dismissal from the university; this would appear in the transcript of academic record of such a student.
Every student is a member of the central student government. Student government fee of US$150 student government fee is to be paid annually at the beginning of the academic year or semester at US$50 per semester.
Every semester has an examination fee of US $90 per pre-med semester and USD $150 per basic medical science semester.
All students who wish to receive their diploma must pay a fee of US $500.
Food and lodging can range from $450 to $1000 per month depending on individual habits and preferences. Housing expenses usually vary between US$200 and US$450 per month depending on the type of apartment and whether it is single or double occupancy. Food expenses also vary depending on individual taste and habit.
All students are required to pay US $150.00 as caution deposit for the histo/path lab. This amount will be refunded upon completion of the course if no damages to slides and microscopes are incurred. The government requires that students obtain proper health insurance before they arrive on the island.