Pre-Medical Admissions Pathway (P-MAP)

The Pre-Medical Admissions Pathway (P-MAP) Program is a 14-month, full-time, intensive medical school preparation program designed for students who have experienced greater than average challenges in preparing to become competitive medical school applicants.

Learn more about P-MAP


File your FAFSA

Summer  2019 p-map Cost of Attendance


Summer 2019 budget total (3 Months)

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Tuition & Fees



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P-MAP Summer 2019 Living Expenses 
Standard 1 month / Resident ; Non-Resident
Room and Board $1,350  
Books and Supplies $600  
Travel $400  
Misc. $450  
Loan Fee $50  
Course Fee $50  
Total $2,900.00  

Estimated 2019-20 Budget (9 months)

Cost (Non-Commuter student)

Tuition & Fees


Cost of Books & Supplies


Room and Board




Misc. Expenses $4,000

Loan Fees


ICourse Fee


Total $35,250


Financial Aid Opportunities

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan 

This loan is federally-guaranteed, and it is not based on financial need. Interest is variable annually yet is fixed during the year it is originated (currently 6.595%). Interest accrues from the time the loan is disbursed to the school. Loan Origination Fees 1.066% (On or after 10/1/2018 and before 10/1/2019). There are maximum amounts you can receive per school year determined by the number of months you are in school.

  • Amount offered: $20,500 per academic year (Graduate Level Aid amount)
  • The life-time maximum a Graduate student may receive throughout their graduate career is $138,500 (also includes all Federal Direct or FFELP Subsidized Loans you may have received)

GraduatePLUS Direct Loan

Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan is a loan made by the U.S. Department of Education to graduate or professional students. This loan is not based on financial need. Interest is variable (currently 7.595%). Interest accrues from the time the loan is disbursed to the school.  Loan Origination Fees 4.264% (On or after 10/1/2018 and before 10/1/2019). There is no maximum amount per school year, however Graduate PLUS Loans do require the borrower to be credit-worthy.


For internal and external scholarship opportunities, please visit The University of Arizona’s (UA) Scholarship Universe. Scholarship Universe is a scholarship matching portal that determines eligibility for all available scholarships based on the student profile question responses. A UA NetID is required to log into SU. If you are not a UA student, you will not be able to create a profile until you are admitted, but you will be able to see a list of available scholarships and related information. P-MAP students are encouraged to apply for all available scholarships that are designated within the SU portal and research other scholarships available through public and private organizations.

Search Graduate College Funding Opportunities

The funding opportunities listed here are administered or funded by the UA Graduate College.Graduate students seeking funding for their studies or research can also find helpful information through the Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement. Many other funding resources are available to UA students through Scholarship Universe