Tuition for students in the Doctor of Philosophy Program in Medical Physics is fully paid by the Department of Radiation Oncology. Student fees, including health and wellness fees, and health/dental insurance fees are paid for by the program.  Students will be responsible to pay for any books or other required course materials.

Students in the program will be paid an annual stipend. For the 2022-2023 school year, the stipend has been set at $32,500.    

Students who gain funding support from grants will not be paid in addition to the $32,500 for their stipend, as the grants will be used for stipend support. This excludes travel and materials/supplies support gained from grants, which are separate from the student’s stipend amount.

Full-time registration will also require student health, life and disability coverage through the Washington University School of Medicine. For more information on this coverage plan, please visit Washington University School of Medicine Student Health Services.

All finances, including any required tuition and fees are handled separately on a case-by-case basis for students in the program who are full-time Washington University in St. Louis employees with a CAMPEP accredited Master’s degree.