|Costs Tuition for 12-month program||$3,000|
|Costs Room and Board||$400/month|
|Costs Commuting Costs||$150/month|
|Costs Incidental Supplies||$50|
|Costs Books||Provided by CoxHealth|
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.
Several scholarships and/or loans are available for students enrolled in the CoxHealth School of Medical Technology.
|Scholarships CoxHealth Auxiliary||Scholarship|
|Scholarships American Society of Pathologists||Scholarship|
|Scholarships Health Career Foundation||Scholarship/loan|
|Scholarships Missouri Society of Pathologists||Scholarship|
|Scholarships ASMT Education and Research Fund||Scholarship/Grant|
|Scholarships Alpha Mu Tau Fraternity||Scholarship|
|Scholarships Russell Kerr Loan Fund||Loan|
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.