Center for Nursing
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
- Physical Examination
- Laboratory Tests
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