Application Fees (non-refundable)
PostBacCAS application service fee:

*direct payment to PostBacCAS

$135 first application

$50 each additional application

 UCI Supplemental Application fee

*direct payment to Division of Continuing Education

Commitment Deposit fee

Returned to student by tuition deduction the first quarter of enrollment


Average Cost Per Unit

In-state & out-state fees is the same

 1x two-year program fee $6,500
Mandatory Supplemental Tutoring fee – $110 per course

Year I: 6-9 classes

Year II: 3 class

Each class includes sixteen tutoring sessions per quarter

24-month program tuition

*Course fees and units are variable and dependent on individual needs.

*fees do not include textbooks, parking, misc etc.

 MCAT Test Prep Variable

Cost per unit is based on Fall 2019 UCI Concurrent Enrollment fee. Rates are subject to change.

Our program is approved by the California State Approving Agency for Veterans Education (CSAAVE). Veterans can apply Post 9/11 GI Bill funding towards tuition.

Fee Assistance Program

PostBacCAS offers a limited number of fee waivers available on first come first serve basis. Each fee waiver applies to only one initial application fee. Students that wish to apply to additional program are financially responsible for the remaining balance. Fee waivers are non-reimbursable therefore, it is important the applicant apply for the waiver first before submitting their application. Eligibly is based on financial need, low-income federal income tax guidelines. For more information about the Fee Assistance Program and application click here.

If you have been awarded FAP it is important that you submit your application within 14 days of award date. Your award will be void after 14 days and you will need to re-apply if fund remain available.

Student Loans

Our program is not FAFSA eligible. Majority postbaccalaureate program do not qualify for FAFSA because they are not degree-conferring program. Students cannot use federal loans for this program.

Students looking for options to finance their studies can apply for private alternative student loans. UC has made arrangements with lenders to offer competitive loans to students in continuing education programs. To assist students in reviewing student loan options the UC Preferred Private Lender List provides additional information about each lender. Students should consider all educational funding options prior to securing a private alternative loan. For more information please visit: