Return on Investment and Financial Aid
Earning a degree from University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis is an investment in your future, and we're here to help you explore your options and create a plan that meets your needs.
Your degree will give you the foundation to change lives, offer you a lifetime return on your investment and allow you to enter into any number of career opportunities within the health care field.
Ranked No. 1 Nationally for Return on Investment
In 2022, a report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce was released ranking colleges and universities according to the long-term return on investment in a bachelor's degree offered to students.
Of the 4,500 schools included, UHSP ranked ranked no. 1 among the top tier of colleges and universities nationwide.
- 10-Year NVP Rank: No. 7
- 15-Year NVP Rank: No. 1
- 20-Year NVP Rank: No. 1
- 30-Year NVP Rank: No. 1
- 40-Year NVP Rank: No. 1
In fact, the University was one of only three schools to rank in the top 10 for short-term returns and remain in the top 10 for long-term returns.
According to the 2022 Georgetown University CEW study, private colleges offering bachelor’s degrees continue to have the highest returns on investment 40 years after enrollment. Additionally, each of the top three institutions with the best long-term net economic gains specialize in pharmacy and health sciences education.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
When you submit your Application for Admission, you are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships, which are eligible for renewal during undergraduate enrollment at UHSP.
At University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis:
- 97% of students receive financial aid
- Last year, the University provided $6.6 million in institutional financial aid to students
Our Office of Financial Aid works closely with students to explore all options and find the most value.
- Discover available scholarships
- Review the cost of attendance
- Explore our different scholars programs
Estimate Your Aid Potential
Get an early indication of how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for using the net price calculator. Rather than shy away from applying to colleges that seem to be out of your price range, results from the calculator can show you these institutions may be affordable after all.
This tool is just an estimage designed to help you as you begin the financial aid process. UHSP staff are here to help you along the way. To begin the process, apply for the FAFSA and connect with the Office of Financial Aid with questions and assistance.
Tuition and Fees
The estimated cost of tuition and fees for the undergraduate, graduate and professional programs can be found at our financial aid site.
Note that costs do not include financial aid and scholarships. Exact costs may vary based on program, student level and selected housing options.
*Actual cost may vary based on student choices and selections. Housing is required for students under 21 or through the junior year and optional for seniors and professional and graduate students.
The Office of Financial Aid is available for questions and one-on-one counseling.Schedule your virtual appointment with the Office of Financial Aid
For additional questions, contact the Office of Admissions at 314.446.8328 or email@example.com.