Tuition for the 2014-15 academic year (subject to change by the Board of Trustees without notice) is $420 per semester credit hour.
There is often tuition assistance available at hospitals for the employed RN to BSN student. Additionally, student loan interest for nursing students is lower than for students seeking other degrees. The Office of Student Financial Assistance is eager to assist you to explore all possible your financial aid options.
This is required ONLY for students entering fall 2013 who have graduated from non-regionally accredited nursing programs. Before graduation, the Block Nursing Credit of 35 hours will be posted to the student’s record for proficiency as validated by licensure.
In order to receive the block credit hours for knowledge validated by licensure, the registered nurse must: