Texas and DFW Are All Over This List Of The Top 10 Affordable Med Schools For Out-of-Staters

Two of the top 10 lowest cost medical schools for out-of-state students are located in Dallas-Fort Worth, and seven of the 10 are in Texas, according to U.S. News and World Report.

Among the 69 institutions that submitted data to U.S. News, average tuition for out-of-state students during 2017-18 was $58,000—more than the average for private med schools, which is around $55,000. Things are different in the Lone Star state. In DFW, Dallas-based UT Southwestern Medical Center came in at $33,621 and Fort Worth-based UNT Health Science Center at $34,854. Here’s all 10:

1. University of Central Florida ($31,063)
2. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center ($31,194)
3. University of Texas—Rio Grande Valley ($31,398)
4. University of Texas Health Science Center—Houston (McGovern) ($31,754)
5. University of Texas Health Science Center—San Antonio ($33,220)
6. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ($33,621)
7. University of Texas Medical Branch—Galveston ($34,113)
8. University of North Texas Health Science Center ($34,854)
9. Ohio State University ($39,089)
10. University of Wisconsin—Madison ($43,545)