All fees subject to change
Tuition & Fees:
*Tuition = $504.00 per credit for credit courses (Nursing and general education/ science courses)
|Tuition and Fees for Nursing Course||NRS 101
|Total for Program
(34 nursing credits)
|Tuition - $504.00 per credit||$4,536.00||$4,032.00||$4,032.00||$4,536.00||$17,136.00|
|Clinical Fee - $200.00 per credit||$1,800.00||$1,600.00||$1,600.00||$1,800.00||$6,800.00|
|Background Check Fee||$50.00||-||-||-||$50.00|
|Health Fee/Drug Screen Fee||$90.00||-||$90.00||-||$180.00|
|Skills Lab/Simulation Lab Fee||$150.00||$150.00||$150.00||$150.00||$600.00|
|Course Technology Fee||$1,300.00||$200.00||$200.00||$200.00||$1,900.00|
|Course Testing Fee||$100.00||$100.00||$100.00||$100.00||$400.00|
|Total Nursing Course Tuition and Fees:||$9,336.00||$7,067.00||$7,157.00||$8,021.00||$31,711.00|
|Total Nursing Program Cost with SPU Courses||$45,319.00|
|Miscellaneous Nursing Program Expenses|
|Text Books||CPR||Malpractice Insurance|
|Per Semester||Every 2 Years||Annually|
|Cost of Attendance Allowances|
|Budget Category #1||Budget Category #2|
|Students with no dependants & who live with their parents||All other students|
|Monthly Housing and Food Allowance||466||1,382|
|Monthly Personal Expense Allowance||328||593||Potentially to be adjusted for additional dependents|
|Monthly Transportion Allowance||537||537|
|Monthly "Other" Expense Allowance||-||-|
|Total Living Expenses||1,331||2,512|
To provide students with the information needed to obtain a refund for tuition and fee payments made at the time of course withdrawal.
For refund consideration, a student must indicate in writing (an email from the student's School of Nursing account is acceptable) the course they are withdrawing from. The course withdrawal request is sent to the School of Nursing Program Coordinator and Coordinator of Student Services. The refund amount is determined by the date on the course withdrawal request or email.
Listed below is the Refund Policy for Holy Name School of Nursing students based on the withdrawal time period:
|Withdrawal before the first day of class||100%*|
|Withdrawal within the first two weeks||75%|
|Withdrawal within the third week||50%|
|Withdrawal within the fourth week||25%|
|Withdrawal after the end of the fourth week||0%|
|Withdrawal for recipients of Title IV funds are on a pro-rated basis up to||60% completion**|
*Minus the cost of the school issued tablet device unless the tablet is returned unopened in the original box.
If a student withdraws from the program, no financial aid monies will be refunded to the student. These monies are to be used for educational expenses only, and will be returned to SFA programs. The Financial Aid Office will notify the guarantee agencies of the last day of attendance of the student borrowers.
Note: There is a nonrefundable $300 enrollment fee paid upon acceptance of seat in NRS 101. This fee is applied to NRS 101 tuition and fees.
The Financial Aid Office is required by federal statute to recalculate federal financial aid eligibility for students who withdraw, drop out, are dismissed, or take a leave of absence prior to completing 60% of a payment period or term. The federal Title IV financial aid programs must be recalculated in these situations.
**If a student leaves the school prior to completing 60% of a payment period or term, the financial aid office recalculates eligibility for Title IV funds. Recalculation is based on the percentage of earned aid using the following Federal Return of Title IV funds formula: Percentage of payment period or term completed = the number of days completed up to the withdrawal date divided by the total days in the payment period or term. (Any break of five days or more is not counted as part of the days in the term.) This percentage is also the percentage of earned aid.
If a student does not officially withdraw from all classes but fails to earn a passing grade in at least one course, federal aid regulations require that we assume the student has "unofficially withdrawn," unless it can be documented that the student completed the enrollment period. Unofficial withdrawals require a Title IV refund calculation at the midpoint of the enrollment period. The reduction of federal aid will create a balance due to the school that must be repaid.
Outstanding tuition and fee balances owed to the School will be deducted first from any Financial Aid disbursements made on behalf of the student. If a student is owed a cash disbursement "refund" after applicable deductions, the cash disbursement "refund" payment will be made as follows:
The Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing is ACEN-accredited, signifying Holy Name's commitment to national standards and our focus on continuous improvement of our nursing programs.