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Tuition, Fees & Financial Aid

Find detailed tuition, fees and financial aid information via the Financial Aid section of the MD Education site, including:

Is financial aid available for non-U.S. residents?

International students may apply for a private loan through a participating lender. Borrowers must have a co-signer who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, who resides in the country and is creditworthy. The co-signer must agree to repay the loan if you fail to do so. For more information please visit Student Financial Services site.

What is the mean education debt for Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine graduates?

The mean education debt for Feinberg’s graduating Class of 2023 was $203,195. For reference, the graduating Class of 2023 national mean medical education debt was $222,381 for private schools.

Find out more on the Tuition and Financial Aid page.

What is Feinberg’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) code?

Feinberg’s FAFSA school code is 001739. Any other Northwestern University codes (001740, school-specific codes beginning with an "E"), should not be used.

What do I need to do if I'm interested in applying for financial aid of any kind?

There is no application process for merit scholarships; all accepted students are automatically considered.

Applicants who are invited to interview at the Feinberg School of Medicine may apply for financial aid (loans and need-based grants); however, individual award notices are generated only for accepted students. Click here for more detailed information about the application process.