College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Nutrition & Food Science

Costs and Financial Aid

*Note: This program requires all interns to have a car as they will be commuting to sites by car throughout the metropolitan Baltimore-DC area. Public transportation is not available for many of the sites.

Fees for the program

Application fee -- due with the application to the program

$40
Tuition*
*Tuition includes technology non-credit courses
and the Internship Handbook.  Tuition is subject
to change.
$8,000
Total fees:

$8,040

Other Expenses and Approximate Costs:  

Housing expenses (rent and utilities) plus food --
assumes shared housing **

$11,000
Estimated cost of 2 Tuberculosis tests (TB)$50
2 Lab Coats$100
Proof of MMR, chicken pox vaccinations ***varies
Health screening by physicianvaries
Required Textbooks (Clinical Text, Drug Nutrient text, etc.)varies

Transportation and parking
(Note: A car and a valid driver's license are
necessary for traveling to classes and facilities)

$6,000
Insurance (auto, medical, professional) --
less if parents/family/partner cover some of this
$1,500+
The Academy Student Membership (optional, but strongly
recommended) and upon graduation -- registration
mandatory
$50
Professional Liability Insurance (student)$50

Computer hardware recommendations:
please follow the University requirements for
windows based computers or Macintosh based
computers.  Interns are urged to have a computer less than
3 years old.

varies

 Total other expenses and costs: 

$18,750

 Estimated program total:  $26,790

Tuition -- Tuition must be paid in full by July 15, 2019.  A letter stating that tuition has been paid in full will be provided to each intern.  Since the IRS does not require the University of Maryland to furnish 1098-T for courses that do not offer academic credit (including the UMD Dietetic Internship Program), the UMD Dietetic Internship does not provide a form 1098-T to its interns. 


Financial Aid --  The University of Maryland is no longer able to offer alternative non-federal loans due to changes in Sallie Mae policies.  Applicants are encouraged to apply for scholarships through The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and their state and local dietetic associations.  Students in the UMCP Dietetic Internship are NOT eligible for federal loans as the internship is non-credit.

**Housing Expenses -- Housing expenses vary. Shared apartment or individual rented rooms in homes are less expensive. 

***Vaccinations -- Vaccinations are required of dietetic interns in this program.  Any facility that has a training agreement with the University of Maryland, College Park Department of Nutrition and Food Science’s Dietetic Internship may choose not to provide unvaccinated interns supervised practice training as it is their choice. Click here for further information.

 

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