Current tuition for the Ophthalmic Technician Training Program is $9,000 plus student fees, parking, books, and if necessary, health insurance. On-campus housing is not available for Allied Health students. Off-campus housing information is available from the Duke Community Housing Office.
Students are required to have reliable personal transportation during their clinical rotations, to travel to our satellite offices and affiliate locations. Student parking is assigned. Duke bus transportation is available for on-campus travel.
Financial aid through state and federal programs is available to qualified students. Students are also encouraged to apply for scholarships through local civic organizations. Financial aid information is available through the Duke School of Medicine Office of Financial Aid.
Students are also encouraged to apply for scholarships through local civic organizations and other sources. Learn more.
The Ophthalmic Technician Program is under the sponsorship of Duke Eye Center and Duke School of Medicine Allied Health Programs. The program is internationally accredited by the International Council of Accreditation for Allied Ophthalmic Education Programs (ICA-AOEP).
To learn more about the program, see the Duke University School of Medicine Bulletin.