Tuition Prices - page 2

Hi my local community college raised there tuition two dollars to $65 a credit hour. The other private BSN school/hospital's tuition rate is $9000. a semester... WOW How much are the tuitions in... Read More

  1. by   NRSNFL
    Here in Tampa FL, community college is about $60 a credit. Which only makes me feel good about the fact that one of the reasons I moved here from NH was to get my education-CHEAP. So I can get my education and move back home and make real money. They pay nurses here very poorly.
  2. by   LMRN10
    Ours here in Illinois is $62.95/credit hour + the cost of books. It has increased a few times. I think when I started in 2004, for residents it was around $52/credit hour or something like that.
  3. by   CuriousMe
    My CC is $69 a credit, plus fees, books, etc.

    Peace,
    Cathie
  4. by   occc2010rn
    Full time is $1400 (5 classes), but I am not sure about the cost for nursing classes as I am doing pre-req's....
  5. by   romie
    My graduate program at a state university in IL is over $8000 per semester in tution and fees alone. That is about as much as I paid for private school tuition when I was an undergrad!
  6. by   lisabeth
    I feel pretty embarrassed. I havent paid that much attention because thus far, since I get pell grants. I bet I would pay attn. to it if I were paying for it. :chuckle
  7. by   RNsRWe
    At my NY community college, a bit over a hundred bucks a credit hour for part time, plus lab fees, insurance fees, activity fees, fees for fees.....! At fulltime, 12 or more credits in a semester, it jumped to something like $1500 for the semester, plus double or triple the same part-time fees.

    And then of course there's books and uniforms and supplies.
  8. by   AmericanChai
    I am told that the nursing program at the community college was $5000 for the program start to finish! The pre-req's are about $300 per class not including books.
  9. by   kharing
    Here in New Mexico (Albuquerque) our prerequisites are a little over $40 per credit hour - but no more than $500 a semester. Once you finish your prereq's the nursing program is FREE!!!!! Think you still pay fees, for uniform and stuff...oh and you pay for your books. Such a sweet deal - that's why the current waitlist is at two years.

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