Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine—M.D. Program 583 3. A dditional NSU and NSU MD program, administrative, and service fees apply as follows: a. Registration Fee: $30. This fee is per semester. b. Late Payment Fee: $100. c. First-Year Technology Fee: $1,950. This fee is due fall semester, upon registration for MDF 6000— Professional Immersion. d. Third-Year Technology Fee: $460. This fee is due winter semester, upon registration for MDC 7001— Diagnostic Medicine Clerkship. e. Degree/Diploma Application Fee: $100. f. O fficial Transcript Fee: $17. This fee is for each official transcript requested. g. ID Replacement Fee: $25. h. Diploma Replacement Fee: $30. Additional program fees may apply. 4. Tuition and fees are due in full at time of registration. 5. Student Health Insurance Fee is based on coverage period. a. coverage May 1, 2021–April 30, 2022: $2,068 b. coverage May 1, 2021–July 31, 2022: $2,585 See nova.edu/bursar/health-insurance for additional details, including criteria for waiving the insurance. The financial ability of applicants to complete their training at the college is important because of the limited number of positions available in each class. Applicants should have specific plans for financing four years of medical education, including tuition, living expenses, books, equipment, clinical rotation, travel, and miscellaneous expenses. Schedule of Application for Admission Cycle June—Application cycle for the next academic year begins. Inquiries are invited by NSU MD and AMCAS forms are made available. July—Credentials sent to AMCAS are processed, and applicant records are forwarded to NSUMD. A supplemental application is then sent to the applicant. When the supplemental application is completed and returned and when recommendations are received, the completed application is evaluated for interview. August—Personal interviews start. January 15—Deadline for AMCAS applications for the next academic year. February 28—Deadline for NSUMD supplemental applications. Technology Requirements During each student’s tenure at NSU MD, the college will provide the student with an Apple iPad® with a minimum of 64 gigabytes (GB) of memory. Students have access to a variety of computer educational resources and course material, including • Canvas courses, including Tegrity® recordings via iShark • electronic textbooks • interactive learning via Turning Point® • KBIT courses • medical Spanish • web modules • electronic library • UpToDate • academic/board review materials • clinical procedures resources • examinations A campus-wide wireless network exists to provide students with electronic access anywhere on campus, and students will have connectivity to university library facilities online using a password-protected portal. Academics Transfer of Credit Given the intensive curriculum at NSU MD, which is founded upon problem-based learning and devoted to integrated, self-directed learning and discovery to develop multiple competencies, this is not likely to be possible. Therefore, the college will not accept transferring students. Course of Study NSUMD has a dedicated faculty; strong affiliations withmedical centers, hospitals, and health care systems; and a mission to educate the finest physician-leaders possible. Physicians do not work in a vacuum, but rather in a health care team, and NSU MD promotes interdisciplinary cooperation through the curriculum. Students also share teaching faculty members for some disciplines, as well as campus facilities, with NSU’s osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, dental, optometry, physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, public health, nursing, and medical science students. This proximity to colleagues from other professions promotes collegiality.