To all Ivy Tech graduates..

  1. 0 I have a question for you all, I was wondering if you could tell me about how much your ASN degree cost all together (after grad.)...including tuition, books, supplies etc. I know it varies, but could you give an estimate? I'm wanting to take 6 credit hours a sem (going slow) and my EFC is 4050 so needless to say I will have to take out student loans. And was just curious. Thank you all!
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    From 'Indiana'; Joined Feb '09; Posts: 68; Likes: 21.

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  4. Visit  sunnysideup09 profile page
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    FYI - Depending on what campus you attend, you may not have a say in what you want to take. Some campuses tell you exactly what you are going to take and when.
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    I didn't know that. I seen a few people state how much it cost them (even with student loans and grants) for their degree (again depending on what degree and what school) but I couldn't find anyone that stated how much their ASN degree from Ivy Tech. cost them after all was said and done. So I was just curious, thanks though.
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    Quote from newRN09
    FYI - Depending on what campus you attend, you may not have a say in what you want to take. Some campuses tell you exactly what you are going to take and when.
    I see your a new RN, did you go to Ivy Tech? and could you give an estimate for your degree if you don't mind?
  7. Visit  sunnysideup09 profile page
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    It is $95 per credit hour and there is 69-71 total credit (this includes general education requirements). Total about $7000. Add books in there, lab fees, roughly about $8000.
  8. Visit  Nina2bRN profile page
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    Quote from newRN09
    It is $95 per credit hour and there is 69-71 total credit (this includes general education requirements). Total about $7000. Add books in there, lab fees, roughly about $8000.
    Thank you so so much newRN09! That gives me a good estimate.
  9. Visit  sunshinelh67 profile page
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    I went to the information session at the Anderson location IVY TECH and in the packet they gave it is an est of 11,758 total. here's the breakdown-Tuition 6555 for ASN Traditional, 40. per sem technology fee, ATI testing 358. books 3,680, uniforms 400, NCLEX licensure 250, graduation expenses 120, CPR 45, physical exam 150 and then background check 40. hope this helps, this packet they gave out was very helpful. Good luck with school.
  10. Visit  Nina2bRN profile page
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    Omg yes u both have helped me out so much, I really do appreciate it!
  11. Visit  Nickolaya6278 profile page
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    Hey Sunshine! I have been looking and looking for someone who is going to Ivy T in Anderson. When will you be applying for your program? I will be this Spring.
  12. Visit  sunshinelh67 profile page
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    I am getting all my documents in order today actually, to apply at Indianapolis/Lawrence and Anderson for Fall 2009 start! So my guts are on the rollercoaster and about to start the climbing of that first big hill! :uhoh21:Flashes of nerves, excitement, nerves, excitement....Can't wait to crest the top lift my hands and enjoy the descending ride!!!!! Right now...click, click, click goes the track!
  13. Visit  wifey08 profile page
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    Quote from newRN09
    It is $95 per credit hour and there is 69-71 total credit (this includes general education requirements). Total about $7000. Add books in there, lab fees, roughly about $8000.
    That's hilarious because there huge billboard that says <$3000/yr for Ivy Tech.
  14. Visit  MistyMiss profile page
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    Quote from wifey08
    That's hilarious because there huge billboard that says <$3000/yr for Ivy Tech.
    I think that for most programs 3000 or less a year could easily be done. Take 12 credit hours a semester (min. for full time financial aid) and use used books, you have got it made! The nursing program takes a couple of years, has some pricey books, and has a few extra fees. They certainly advertise the cheapest way to go though.
  15. Visit  kgle profile page
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    Quote from wifey08
    That's hilarious because there huge billboard that says <$3000/yr for Ivy Tech.
    Umm...it is <$3000 per year. She was quoting the entire cost of the whole ASN program. For full time I pay around $1600 a semester in tuition. You will pay a little bit more for nursing I would assume, but it is still less than $3000.


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