Financial aid options are diverse and will depend on each individual learner’s needs.
How much does the ADN Program cost?
Tuition for the ADN Program is $825 per semester credit. Tuition does not include the nonrefundable application fee, that is $150. The College reserves the right to change its tuition and fees at any time, with a 30-day notice.
There are additional course fees based on the course. To see a current fee schedule, see the College Catalog.
ADN Financial Aid
Financial Aid (FA) staff will work individually with prospective learners to ensure that options for paying the cost of their education are explored. Creating a college savings plan is very important and helps get you started on the right foot when it comes to Financial Aid. Click here to review a basic template.
All financial arrangements must be made prior to the first day of class, and learners must meet all financial aid requirements at the time of graduation for release of transcripts, diploma, and participation in the commencement ceremony. The learner and his/her family have the responsibility for planning and paying for college. Financial Aid includes resources such as:
- prepaid college savings plans
- personal savings
- personal income, and
- institutional, state, and Federal Student Aid (FSA)