HPU | OTD Tuition and Fees

OTD Class of 2025 Tuition and Fees

*Fees are subject to change

Tuition

$8,950 per each 8-week term (Year 1 = 6 terms)

$17,900 per each 16-week term (Year 2 = 3 terms)

University required Fees*

One-time graduate orientation fee assessed at program start: $100

All other fees are assessed at the start of Spring, Summer, and Fall terms Year 1 and Year 2 (or a total of 6 times)

  • Technology Fee: $50 
  • Online Care Fee: $20

 

Program Required Fees*

Billed to Student Account
  • Student Kit: $1000 - one-time fee at program start

Purchased on Your Own

  • Criminal Background Check
    • Year 1: $100
    • Year 2: $100
  • AOTA Membership
    • Year 1: $75
    • Year 2: $75

Total Cost of the Program

$109,270

Additional Anticipated Student Expenses (Estimated)

  • Travel & Accommodations Year 1: $10,000
  • Fieldwork Travel & Accommodations Year 2: $5,000* (Disclaimer: estimated cost may be higher depending on location)
  • Computer Requirements: $1,500
  • Health Insurance
    • Year 1: $2500
    • Year 2: $2500
  • Immersion and Fieldwork Lab Clothes: $300
  • NBCOT Exam Registration (expense at end of Year 2): $550

Total Estimated Cost of the Program

$131,620

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ELIGIBILITY 

CONTACT INFORMATION

SUBMISSION

'Imi Na'auao Scholarship

Eligibility to be considered for most scholarships is to be: a resident of Hawai'i,

demonstrate financial need, attend an accredited two- or four- year non-profit

institution within the United States as either an undergraduate or graduate

student, be a full-time student, and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA.

827 Fort Street Mall

Honolulu, HI 96813

Tel: 808.537.6333

Fax: 808.521.6286

Online

AMBUCS Scholarship Program

Students must be US citizens accepted in a graduate-level program that

is accredited by the appropriate therapy profession authority in physical

therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, or hearing

audiology. Assistant or undergraduate programs are not eligible. Awards

are based on financial need, commitment to local community, character

for compassion and integrity, and career objectives.

(800) 838-1845

ambucs@ambucs.org

Online

Challenge Scholarship

This scholarship is given to NSCA. Members seeking either an

undergraduate or graduate degree in a strength and conditioning-related field. 

1 (800) 815 - 6826

1 (719) 632 - 6722

nsca@nsca.com

Online

DAR Occupational/Physical Therapy Scholarship

To be eligibile for this scholarship you must be: a U.S. citizen, and plan

or attend an accredited college or university in the U.S. Additional

information regarding awards is as follows: all multi-year scholarships

used for consecticutibe years of attendance, awards are based on

academic excellence, commitment to the field of study, and/or financial

need, or other restrictions on specific scholarships, awards will be

deposited directly to the insitution and unused funds will be returned

to DAR, and applicants are only eligible to recieve one scholarship

from the DAR.

scholarships@nsdar.org 

Online

HIE Help Center Scholarships

Requirements: Cannot be a past, present, or future client of ABC

Law Centers (the firm sponsoring the HIE Help Center), be seeking

or in the process of completing higher education at an institution

in the United States (either as an undergraduate or graduate

student) in physical, occupational, or speech therapy. High school

seniors are also welcome to apply if they already know which

college or university they will be attending, have a GPA of at least 3.0

HIE Help Center

Owned by ABC Law

Centers & Jesse Reiter

122 Concord Rd

Bloomfield Hills, MI

48304

community@

hiehelpcenter.

org

Minority Scholarship

This scholarship is designed to encourage minorities, ages 17 and

older, to enter into the field of strength and conditioning. A minority

is defined as "ethnic minority," as determined by the U.S.

Census Bureau. Applicants must demonstrate they have been

accepted into an accredited institution working toward an

undergraduate or graduate degree in the strength and conditioning

field. 

1 (800) 815 - 6826

1 (719) 632 - 6722

nsca@nsca.com

Online

National Athletic Trainers Association Educational Grants

Grant awards are limited to a maximum of $2,500 in direct costs

for the doctoral category, over no more than one year.  Please

note that a two year funding period is allowed. However, the

project timeline must reflect the completion of all study activities

except for dissemination of results, by the end of Year 1. Only

costs associated for travel to the NATA annual meeting to present

results are allowed in Year 2. Proposals must be completed

according to the NATA Foundation Doctoral Grant Program instructions

below.

Phone – (972) 532-8805

Fax – (214)736-5465

Email - jennifery@nata.org

Jennifer

Yoder,

NATA

Foundation

Director

NATA

Foundation;

1620 Valwood

Pkwy,

Suite 115 •

Carrollton, TX

75006 Phone

– (972) 532-

8805

Fax – (214)

736-

5465

Email -

jennifery

@nata.org

Paulina L. Sorg Scholarship

Eligibility to be considered for most scholarships is to be: a resident

of Hawai'i, demonstrate financial need, attend an accredited two-

or four- year non-profit institution within the United States as

either an undergraduate or graduate student, be a full-time

student, and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA.

827 Fort Street Mall

Honolulu, HI 96813

Tel: 808.537.6333

Fax: 808.521.6286

Online

Robanna Fund

Eligibility to be considered for most scholarships is to be: a resident

of Hawai'i, demonstrate financial need, attend an accredited two-

or four- year non-profit institution within the United States as

either an undergraduate or graduate student, be a full-time student,

and maintaine a minimum 2.0 GPA.

827 Fort Street Mall

Honolulu, HI 96813

Tel: 808.537.6333

Fax: 808.521.6286

Online

Women's Scholarship

This scholarship is designed to support those who identify as female,

ages 17 and older, to enter into the field of strength and conditioning.

Applicants must demonstrate they have been accepted into an

accredited institution and are working toward an undergraduate

or graduate degree in the strength and conditioning field. Awards

in the amount of $2,000 are granted and are to be applied toward

tuition charges accrued by the student. 

1 (800) 815 - 6826

1 (719) 632 - 6722

nsca@nsca.com

Online

Ainahau O Kaleponi Hawaiian Civic Club

The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and assist full

and part-time students in the pursuit of college, vocational, trade,

or graduate school goals. 

Scholarship Committee

Chairperson, Edye Hill,

at edyehill@yahoo.com

or by mail to `Ainahau

o Kaleponi Hawaiian

Civic Club Scholarship

Committee, 12534 Valley

View Street, #343, Garden

Grove, CA 92845

Email

AOTF Scholarship Program

Over 50 scholarships are available from the American Occupational

Therapy Foundation and state occupational therapy associations.

 Applicants complete only one online form to apply for all qualifying

scholarships. 

scholarships@aotf.org

Online

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Refer to website for addtional information.

https://studentaid.gov/manage-

loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service/questions

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