Tuition & Fees

ABSN student in classTuition Rates (2020-2021 Academic Year)

ABSN Program

 

2020-2021 Cost Per Semester:

$23,241

 

Students who enroll in more than 16 credit hours in a semester will be charged the standard tuition for the semester plus tuition at our graduate per-credit-hour rate for credits taken that exceed 16, while students enrolled in less than 12 credit hours in a semester will be charged tuition at our per-credit-hour rate for that semester.

Tuition rates shown above are estimated based upon the 2020-2021 tuition, a fall program start and the applicable matriculation plan for the first year of a program. Additional fees are automatically generated following registration. Tuition and fees are subject to change each academic year. Changes to a student’s program or course load may result in additional tuition charges and fees. 

Note: Students enrolled in the 2020 Summer term will be charged 2019-2020 tuition rates.

Fees

Fees are automatically generated following registration. All fees are subject to change each academic year.

Possible Fees

Frequency

2019-2020

2020-2021

Technology

Each semester

$150

$150

Transcript Fee

First semester only

$40

$120

Health Fee (waiver requirements)

Each semester

$417 Fall/Spring;
$294 Summer

$429 Fall/Spring;
$302 Summer

Graduate Student Activity Fee

Fall and Spring

$18.25

$18.25

Graduate Student Services Fee

Fall and Spring

$10

$10

Recreation Fee 

Fall and Spring

$158

$162.75

Health Insurance* (optional)

Once per year

Visit Student Health website

Visit Student Health website

Program Assessment Fee

Each semester

$56

$56

Standardized Testing/Exam (NCLEX) Review Fee 

First semester only

$425

$425

Clinical Lab Fee

Once; for N388 Health Assessment and Nursing Skills across the Lifespan

$45

$45

*Questions concerning health insurance should be directed to the Student Health Insurance Office.

Embracing Diversity For An Engaged Community

Embracing diversity is a crucial component for engaging with students, faculty, and the world. We think of it as diversity with a global perspective. Creating a learning climate where creativity, robust yet respectful debate, and a genuine respect for others can flourish. Fostering international research collaborations, developing global health initiatives, and coordinating access to health care for under-served populations. Educating next-generation nurses for leadership and service in the global community.

Diversity with a global perspective assures a warm welcome—not mere tolerance—for differences in national origin, race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

We provide a safe haven where diversity can spawn intellectual engagement and collaborative partnerships.

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