Tuition & Fees
2017-2018 Academic Year
We have several options for scholarships and financial aid available for BSN students. Learn more about nursing financial aid options.
1 Bloodborne Pathogen Insurance is a flat fee charged one per academic year (starting in Fall) and is only charged if the student is not covered by Student Health Insurance. This fee is not included in any totals nor does it apply to non-matriculated students.
2 The NCLEX Review Learning Program Fee is a flat fee charged to all part-time and full-time students once per term. The only undergraduate programs that this fee applies to is BSN Nursing Program (29BAC/NURS-BSN). In addition, this fee is not assessed during Summer Term. The only graduate program this fee applies to is the MSN Accelerated Path program (29MAS/ANSG-MSN, 29MAS/NURS-MSN/NURS-ANSG, or 29MAS/NURS-MSN/NURS-ANSG) and does charge during Summer Term. This fee is not included in part-time totals.
3 This fee is effective Summer 2017 and charged per term to all enrolled students in a Graduate Nurse Anesthia Program (29DOC/NANE-DNP, 29DOC/NURS-DNP/NURS-NANE, 29MAS/NANE-MSN, 29MAS/NURS-MSN/NURS-NANE). This fee is not included in any totals.
Ohio Residency for Tuition Purposes, Kentucky and Indiana Reciprocity, and UC Metropolitan Rates
Some non-Ohio residents may qualify for reciprocity or metropolitan tuition rates based on program, county of residence and application approval.
What does the Program Fee Cover?
This program fee covers e*Value online student portfolio system available to all students; personnel to manage residential programs; as well as, clinical faculty to maintain the required OBN stated faculty/student ratio.
Calculating the Cost of your Program
The BSN program is generally completed in 8 full-time semesters. Full-time tuition is applicable for any undergraduate student registered for 12 credit hours or more. Taking less than 12 credit hours will change your designation to part-time.
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