|Costs Tuition for 12-month program||$3,000|
|Costs Commuting Costs||$150/month|
|Costs National Certification Examination||$250|
|Costs Books/Laptop PC||Provided by CoxHealth|
All costs are approximate and subject to change. For details concerning the tuition refund policy, loan forgiveness policy and tuition reimbursement policy, contact the program director.
Students are allowed to work in the laboratory for pay on a PRN, voluntary basis and outside of regular education hours. You may work only in an area in which you’ve demonstrated competence and are always under the supervision of a medical technologist.
Scholarships & Awards
Several scholarships and awards may be available for students enrolled in the CoxHealth School of Medical Technology.
|Scholarships American Society of Pathologists||Scholarship|
|Scholarships American Proficiency Institute (API)||Scholarship|
|Scholarships Missouri Society of Pathologists||Scholarship|
|Scholarships The Heart of America Association of Blood Banks||Scholarship|
|Scholarships Alpha Mu Tau Fraternity||Scholarship|
Awards are also given during the training year for student achievement. Contact the program director for more information.
Students who are completing a bachelor of science degree in Medical Technology may be eligible for the Pell Grant and guaranteed student loans. A need analysis document must be filed. For more information about financial aid programs and applications, contact the financial aid office on the campus of the college/university that will be awarding your degree.