Estimated Costs

Information to prospective students related to cost, program calendar and admission requirements are available in the student handbook.

Transportation Costs

An additional cost to consider is transportation. A valid driver’s license and a car are required for the Dietetic Internship with Master of Science in Nutrition. An estimate for mileage is 30-48 miles each way for field placements. Parking fees vary by site and are the responsibility of the student.

Scholarship and Student Assistance Fund Information

Interns taking a minimum of 6 graduate credits may be eligible for the Annette Rachman Fund as well as the Glenda R. Reardon Student Assistance Fund. The Annette Rachman Fund is distributed after the completion of one semester to those who meet the academic requirements. A second allotment of the Annette Rachman Fund is available.

Questions about the Dietetic Internship with Master of Science in Nutrition costs?

Contact Nicole Klem, MS, RDN, CDN at 716-829-5653 or

Questions about Financial Aid and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application?

Contact Colleen Long at 716-645-8232 or

Contact Nicole Griffo at 716-645-8232 or