Tuition and Fees - RN to BSN

Tuition and Fee General Information

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Paying for college is a big financial commitment. At Ohio State, the credentials you earn will be from one of the top public universities in the country, and earning your credential online makes it a great value, as well as a great investment in your future.

Tuition varies by program and the number of credits you’re enrolled in. Find tuition rates on the registrar’s website.

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Program-Specific Tuition and Fee Information

To help you gather an estimate of the total costs, select your program from the drop-down menu below.

Note that other fees may apply for dropped courses, late payments, re-enrollments, student health insurance, etc. Additionally, programs that require internship, practicum, clinical, orientations, study abroad, or other on-site components may have additional fees and non-resident charges during the applicable semester. For full fee information, visit the registrar’s website.  To explore Financial Aid options and information, visit the Student Financial Aid website.

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RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The table below estimates a total cost for the completion of the degree program, including both university and program-specific fees.  

Estimates are based upon the Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN program, which is 120 credits in length, much of which can be completed through transfer of work or previous credits. Estimates below are based on completion of 36 credits in three semesters as a full-time student (12 credits per semester) or 36 credits in four semesters as a part-time student. Actual costs and length of time will vary based on GE courses needed and desired track. The RN-BSN Program, full-time track will take three semesters with more credits each semester and the part-time track will take four semesters with less credits each semester. For more information on the courses and curriculum visit the department’s page. You might also reference the Total Cost Calculation Guide for help in making your own calculations based on your own degree completion plan.

University Cost Estimates

Fee Cost for Full-Time (3 semesters) Cost for Part-Time (4 semesters)
Application Fee $60 (One-time fee)

$60 (One-time fee)

Acceptance Fee $100 (One-time fee) $100 (One-time fee)
Total $160 $160

Program Cost Estimates

Fee cost for full-time (3 semesters) Cost for Part-time (4 semesters)
Instructional Fees $13,268.70 $13,268.70
General Fee $501.30 $501.30
Program Fee $1,560 $1,560
Distance Learning Fee $300 $400
Nursing Distance Learning Fee $570 $760
Non-Resident Fee  $600 (non-Ohio residents only)  $800 (non-Ohio residents only)
Total $16,200 $16,490

Additional Program Costs

FEE COST FOR FULL-TIME (3 semesters) Cost for Part-Time (4 semesters)
Textbook/Course Materials * $0 for Nursing Advancement courses (GE classes may vary) $0  $0
Background Check $62 $62
Total $62 $62

Total Cost Estimates

Residency Total cost for full-time  (3 semesters) total cost for part-time (4 semesters)
Ohio Residents $16,422 $16,712
Non-Ohio Residents $17,022 $17,512

The information provided is merely an estimate and NOT intended to calculate an individual’s exact net price to complete any program. These estimates are not final or binding.  The Ohio State University disclaims any liability arising from the use of or reliance upon these estimated program cost any person.  Actual program costs are subject to change without notice. 

The total program costs are estimates and are not final or binding. Program costs are based on standard fees, but fees may vary based on the actual classes taken.  The Ohio State University disclaims any liability arising from the use of or reliance upon these program cost estimates by any person.  Program costs are subject to change without notice.