Tuition and Aid

Estimated Cost Breakdown

See the table below for the tuition charges and fees that comprise your estimated total ADN to BSN program cost.

Application
Graduate and Professional Application Fee$45
Enrollment
Tuition ($460/unit) $18,400
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) (per unit, plus a one-time fee of $150)$75
Professional Nursing Health Assessment Lab Fee (per course UNRS 220)$90
Nursing Clinical Fee (per course; includes malpractice insurance)$200
Graduation
Intent to Commence and/or Graduate Fee$100

All stated financial information is subject to change. Contact Graduate and Professional Student Financial Services for the latest information.

Paying for Your Degree

APU offers a variety of ways to help you pay for your degree. From scholarships and grants, to loans and company reimbursement, we're committed to being sure that cost doesn't keep you from reaching your educational goals.

Learn more about the financial aid opportunities available to you.

Additional Financial Aid Information for PCC Students

While Pasadena City College students are simultaneously enrolled at both institutions, APU will be responsible for providing, disbursing, and crediting federal financial aid into student accounts. APU will receive any relevant information from the partnering institution as it pertains to providing federal funds, including grades, class enrollment information, and any outside aid that may have been received and disbursed at the partnering institution on behalf of the student.

APU will also be responsible for monitoring continued eligibility for federal financial aid within the program, which includes policies related to program withdrawal and satisfactory academic progress for an APU undergraduate professional student.

Please review the graduate and professional student financial service policies.

For any additional questions, please contact an APU student account specialist.

Note: This information is current for the 2021-22 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.

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