Program Costs, Financial Aid, & Scholarships

There are no specific fees associated with the Didactic Program in B.S. Dietetics. The Office of Student Financial Aid page lists the average tuition and fee expenses for full-time resident and non-resident undergraduates.

Students seeking a degree are eligible to obtain federal financial aid. For further information about receiving financial aid at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, visit the University’s Financial Aid website.

Each year the Department of Nutritional Sciences awards between $40,000-$50,000 in scholarships to Nutritional Sciences majors. In order to be considered for a DNS Scholarship, students must have a current FAFSA filed and a completed scholarship application submitted. A list of available DNS scholarships may be accessed on ourĀ Scholarships page.