Cost of Program
The Cost of Program (tuition) is $2,420 for each trimester of enrollment at MCU as an undergraduate or graduate student. The Cost of Program covers all credits enrolled in at the beginning of each trimester. Students can take as few or as many credits as they wish each trimester of enrollment; the faster the student progress through the program, the more affordable the degree.
For example, a Bachelor of Science in Midwifery student enrolled in the program 3 trimesters per year and planning to graduate within 4 years may expect to pay the following total tuition for the BSM program: $29,040. This does not include fees, textbooks, equipment, and other potential costs.
How does MCU support students in keeping their midwifery education as affordable as possible?
Students may utilize a variety of methods to pay for their tuition: private pay, federal financial aid, private loans, military/veteran programs, and scholarships. See the next section for more information on each of these options.
As an educational non-profit organization, MCU is committed to increasing access to midwifery education while maintaining a high quality educational experience.
- Some students may be eligible for a 6% Cost of Program Discount credit. (Check out the Cost of Program policies in the most recent published MCU Student Handbook and Course Catalog.)
- For students in the position of taking longer than 6 years to complete the degree program, there is a maximum total tuition cost capped at $43,560.
- Tuition is the same for undergraduate and graduate students.
- Because the Cost of Program covers all of the credits enrolled at the beginning of each trimester, students who wish to take more credits will progress through the program faster and more affordably.
- MCU hosts a buy/sale/trade group for textbooks and other learning materials for enrolled students.
- MCU encourages all prospective students, applicants, and students to submit a yearly Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – the earlier, the better!
- MCU maintains lists of scholarship resources within and outside of MCU.
- MCU’s year-round fundraising efforts (such as through PayPal, social media campaigns, and our Amazon Smile program) are directly focused on donations for the MCU Briana Blackwelder Scholarship Fund to provide as many student scholarships as possible.
Students will be invoiced for the Cost of Program each trimester. The Cost of Program includes academic and clinical tuition only; all other fees must be paid when due.
Cost of Program and other fees may be raised periodically without notice. Fees will be posted on the MCU website and in the MCU Student Handbook for the year of the student’s initial enrollment. Tuition, fees, and additional costs are estimated as closely as possible in the MCU website and catalog. Students must meet all agreed-upon financial obligations to the school as per the policy in the MCU catalog before being allowed to graduate or receive official transcripts.
Students may select between mailing in monthly/semester payments, paying by credit card, or automatically deducting the COP from a bank account.
Federal Financial Aid
Midwives College of Utah (MCU) is proud to offer its students Title IV Federal Student Aid. If you are interested in receiving Federal Student Aid, please visit our Financial Aid Information page for detailed information and instructions for applying.
Private Loan Options
We accept private education loans from an official lender of your choice. Please contact VA and Private Loans for information regarding options for a private education loan. Most private loans are subject to credit approval.
Midwives College of Utah’s Midwifery (BS, MS) programs are approved by the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs, State Approving Agency for Veterans Education for the education of veterans and other eligible persons. The authority for and conditions of Midwives College of Utah’s program approval are based in 38 CFR 42.4253 for accredited programs.
Students who qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill®, or other chapters of VA Educational Benefits, must submit their Certificate of Eligibility to MCU’s School Certifying Official, Emily Rainey (VA and Private Loans Administrator).
To see a list of scholarship opportunities, visit our Scholarship Resources page.
Vocation Rehabilitation in each state may also have funds available for midwifery education.