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The Center for Nursing Education provides information for the process of being accepted into the nursing program.
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For general information please contact the Center for Nursing Education at 740.533.4633
 
Other Contact Numbers:
 
ADN Nursing Office: 740.533.4633
Fax: 740.533.4557
Student Services: 740.533.4600
Enrollment Services: 740.533.4602
Learning Center: 740.533.4596
Faculty Office: 740.533.4640
 
Accreditation Commission for Education is Nursing (ACEN)
http://www.acenuring.org/
3343 Peachtree Raod NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone: 404.975.5000
Fax: 404.975.5020
 
American Association of Colleges of Nursing
One Dupont Circle, NW Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202.463.6930
Fax: 202.785.8320
 
STUDENT COSTS
Tuition costs are subject to change without notice at the discretion of Ohio University. Please refer to a schedule of classes for further tuition information or to the Ohio University Southern website located at www.southern.ohiou.edu.
  • Tuition - $2,206 per semester for resident full-time students (12-20 hours); $200 per semester credit hour for resident part-time students.
  • Books are purchased each semester at an average cost of $600 for the first semester, $300 for the second semester, $150 for the third semester, and $150 for the fourth semester.
  • Uniforms – Average- $150 (one time cost).
  • Course Fees (Lab Fees and Achievement Tests) - Semester 1 1: $370 Semester 2: $180 Semester 3: $270 Semester 4: $180.
  • Liability Insurance - $36 per year.
  • Graduation - The second year of the program, expenses for graduation, licensure, NCLEX-RN exam, pinning, etc. will occur. You will need to plan ahead for these expenses. Expenses at this time can reach around $400
 
Health:
  • Physical Examination
  • Immunizations
  • Laboratory Tests
 
Financial Aid
Complete information regarding financial aid is available through the student services office at Ohio University-Southern. Various types of financial aid are available; some may be specific for students enrolled in nursing programs. The financial aid office phone number is 740.533.4600.
 
 

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