Sorry for the really late reply haha! I was accepted into the Fall 2020 cohort, so I'm not too sure on details for the Spring session. Our orientation was on May 15, with a follow-up meeting on June 12. As far as "nursing kits" go there is one that we were required to order, but they still haven't shipped so I'm not too sure what will be included in them. The cost of this kit was around $122. Regarding other supplies, they hold us accountable for purchasing penlights ($5-10, note that non-disposable penlights will require batteries), a personal stethoscope ($75+ for a Littman Classic III - note Littmans are recommended but not required, so you can find cheaper alternatives aka the Acoustica brand), scrubs (Dickies or Cherokee brand only, specified style will be sent to you + top/bottom must be the same color/brand (roughly $35-40 for a pair when ordering online), shoes specifically for clinicals ($40-150 depending on the style and brand you're going for - research into comfort and longevity because clinical shifts will last 8-12hrs depending on your site placement), and textbooks - FADavis package + Elsivier book (roughly $600-800 - you can rent your textbooks, but because of how many textbooks there are just for the 1st semester you will find it cheaper to buy them outright). You will also be charged for certain on-boarding requirements such as online pre-clinical prep courses (around $15 for all of the courses), general Los Rios fees + nursing program fees (I.e. malpractice insurance + badges = $35-40), and a drug test/livescan (inclusive package roughly $100+). There are also optional supplies that you can purchase for yourself to help better prepare yourself for the course load (I.e. planners, cheatsheet clipboard with lab values, etc). For a conservative estimate expect to be spending around $1000 and up to $1500 if you decide to splurge a little bit on the required supplies. *NOTE - this does not include the cost of the tuition per semester - if you do not receive financial aid, tack on an extra $500 or so for the class itself.
Feel free to PM if you have any additional questions!