Associate Degree Nursing
APPROXIMATE COST OF PROGRAM
 


The following list is an approximation for those expenses commonly experienced by students.  Each individual will find there is variation depending on the source and item purchased, and changing college enrollment fees.

*Registration Fee (48 units)
*Campus Center/Student Health Fee (four semesters)
*Parking Fee (optional for students taking classes at the Health Sciences)

*The above fees are not included in the approximate cost of the program as these fees are subject to change without notice.

 

Textbooks (total program--approx. cost)                    

$ 2,500.00

Uniforms, shoes, watch, bandage scissors, goggles, penlight, stethoscope, hemostat forceps

$    500.00

Physical Examination/Immunizations and Tests (cost varies)

$   500.00

Criminal Background Check / Drug Screen at Enrollment​​

$     99.00

Nursing Supply Kit

 $   325.00

TOTAL 

$4,349.00 

 

This list does not include costs of transportation, campus parking, meals, or lodging for students.

During the fourth semester of the program, successful students will be able to apply for the NCLEX-Computer Adaptive Testing (C.A.T.) licensing examination.  Based on the fee schedule from the Board of Registered Nursing these fees include:

 

Board of Registered Nursing Application Fee

$ 150.00

Interim Permit 

$  50.00

NCLEX-RN Fee (Mail or Telephone)

$212.00

Live Scan Fingerprinting

$  51.00

Fingerprinting Fee

$    5.00 - $ 45.00

Photo ID

$  10.00

Total 

$478.00 – $518.00 


Financial assistance is available.  Students seeking assistance should contact the Financial Aid Office on campus (242-7700).  There are scholarships available for nursing students.

 


  Enrollment Criteria  

   Application Process   

Core Program Courses  

 

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