The tuition for the program is $5,000 per year, payable to MSKCC SCHOOL OF RADIATION THERAPY. A non-refundable acceptance fee of $700 (applied towards tuition) is to be paid upon acceptance to the program. Semester payments are due upon receipt of invoice for each successive semester of enrollment.

Tuition fees are to be paid as follows:

Acceptance Fee Upon Acceptance $700
Fall Semester (First Year) 1st Week of September $2,325
Spring Semester 1st Week of February $2,325
Fall Semester (Second Year) 1st Week of September $2,325
Spring Semester 1st Week of February $2,325

The acceptance fee is non-refundable.

There will be additional fees of approximately $500 for the two years of the program. These fees are for an online clinical management and tracking system for the student and also to cover the cost of the ARRT registry exam and licensure.

Please review the School of Radiation Therapy’s gainful employment disclosure.

Refund Policy

Any student who voluntarily leaves the program prior to the first 30 days will receive a full tuition refund minus the initial $700 non-refundable acceptance fee. Any student who voluntarily leaves the program after the first 30 days — but within the first three months — will receive 50 percent of his or her tuition back. Any student leaving the program after the first three months will receive no refund. Students who are dismissed from the program during the initial six-month probationary period are not entitled to a refund.

Financial Aid

All students accepted into the program may apply for financial aid. If eligible, you may be entitled to receive PELL or TAP awards. You may also qualify for student loans. If you have been accepted into our program, you are encouraged to apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA form online. Our school code is 011677. Also check out for more information on financial aid.

Students have limited medical coverage free of charge while enrolled in the program.


Student members of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists have applied to numerous scholarship awards offered by the ASRT. In the last several years, we have had eight recipients of ASRT scholarships worth $5,000 each.

In addition, since 2009, our school has benefited from the generosity of the Sidney and Loretta Teich Foundation Scholarship Fund. Minority members of the program are eligible to apply for this scholarship worth up to $2,500. To date, the Teich Foundation Scholarship Fund has awarded more than $20,000 to our students and has donated thousands more towards program improvements.