Tuition and Financial Aid
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High-Quality Nursing Education for a Rewarding Career ¶
A highly regarded institution known for its long-standing legacy of producing skilled and diligent nurses, The University of Tulsa delivers high-quality nursing education to learners across the U.S. through online education. Our online RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) allows you to build on your existing experience and focus on developing new, transformative nursing skills so you can realize your full earning potential and feel confident investing in your future at TU.
RN-BSN Program Tuition and Fees ¶
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Textbooks are included in the cost of tuition.
A $150 deposit, applicable toward tuition, is due upon enrollment to the RN-BSN program.
The University of Tulsa offers payment plans of up to six-month installments.
Thinking about investing in your future at The University of Tulsa? Here are some available financial aid options to support you along the path to your career.
Direct Subsidized Loans: Awarded based on financial need upon filing the FAFSA, these loans are available to students who are enrolled at least half-time. They can be used for educational costs such as tuition, fees, and classroom materials. The government pays the interest on the loan while students are enrolled in school.
Direct Unsubsidized Loans: Awarded upon filing the FAFSA, these loans are not based on financial need and are available to students who are enrolled at least half-time. They can be used for educational costs such as tuition, fees, and classroom materials. The borrower is responsible for interest on the loan while in school, but payment can be deferred.
Direct Graduate PLUS Loan: Administered by the U.S. Department of Education upon filing the FAFSA, the Direct PLUS Loan is available to students who are enrolled at least half-time and based on the absence of adverse credit within the last five years, not creditworthiness. This can be used to pay for educational costs such as tuition, fees, and classroom materials.
Private Loans: These non-federal loans are offered through a variety of banks and other lenders (credit unions) and approved on creditworthiness. Students who want to borrow a private loan must apply separately from their FAFSA.
Grants and Fellowships: Administered by organizations such as the American Association of Colleges in Nursing , these are typically awarded as monetary amounts in recognition of academic achievement in nursing.
Loan Forgiveness Programs: Administered by organizations such as the Health Resources and Services Administration , these programs offer loan repayment assistance for individuals who agree to work in a particular location or within a specific community.
Tuition Reimbursement Programs: Some employers such as hospitals and clinics offer full or partial tuition reimbursement for nursing degree completion and certifications.
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