BSN Program Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate tuition is determined by the college program location and cohort groups based on your academic year of admission. Cohort groups relate to the Cincinnati Tuition Guarantee that locks in your rate for the length of your program.
The Cincinnati Tuition Guarantee is a cohort-based program that sets tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board at a consistent rate for up to four or five years depending on the length of a student's academic program. Degree-seeking first-year and transfer students enrolling at our Uptown or regional campuses are eligible.
The Cincinnati Tuition Guarantee will also apply to incoming first-year and transfer undergraduate students entering in future years at a tuition rate that may be slightly higher based on the average consumer price index.
For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, visit the Undergraduate Admissions Tuition Guarantee page.
Students typically complete the bachelor's program in eight full-time semesters. Full-time tuition applies to any undergraduate student registered for 12 to 18 credit hours. Students who register for fewer than 12 credit hours are designated part time.
The listed program fee covers the eMedley and clinical faculty to maintain the Ohio Board of Nursing's stated faculty/student ratio.
Students will incur additional program costs, especially at the beginning of the second year when clinical experiences start. Costs vary for items, which include a bag of supplies, stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, analog wrist watch (with second hand), UC scrubs and shoes. In addition, students must pay an initial critical requirements fee of $170, along with any insurance co-pay amounts for required immunizations. Subequently, students must pay a renewal fee of about $100 in their third and fourth years.
For general information and guides on University of Cincinnati student expenses, visit the Tools & Resources section under Financial Aid.