Tuition and Fees - School Nurse Wellness Coordinator

Tuition and Fee General Information

A great investment and a great value.

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. No matter if you are an in-state or out-of-state student, all United States residents and graduate students (international or U.S. residents) enrolled in our distance education courses pay in-state tuition rates. You’ll pay an additional $100 (Ohio residents) or $105 (non-residents) distance fee per term and any program-specific fees. International undergraduate students will also be assessed a $500 fee per term. Graduate international students will not be charged this fee. Site-based fees, such as the recreational fee and COTA bus service, do not apply to distance students.

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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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School Nurse Wellness Coordinator Certificate

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

Estimates are based upon the School Nurse Wellness Coordinator Certificate program, which is 12 total credit hours. The program is based on 3 - 6 credit per semester that build upon one another. While it may vary, most students can complete the program in three semesters. Estimates below are based on 3 - 6 credits per semester. Actual length of time and cost will vary. 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 completion plan.

University Cost Estimates

FEE COST
Application Fee*Ohio State alumni qualify for an application fee waiver. Visit online.osu.edu/alumni for more information.  $60 (one-time fee)

Program Cost Estimates

FEE

COST FOR Full-time (3 semesters)

Cost for part-time (4 semesters)
Instructional Fees $9,392.50 $9,392.50
General Fee $299 $299
Distance Learning Fee $300 $400
Non-Resident Fee  $15 (non-Ohio residents only) $20 (non-Ohio residents only)

Additional Program Costs

FEE

COST FOR Full-time (3 semesters)

Cost for part-time (4 semesters)
Textbook/Course Materials

$300 (may vary)

$300 (may vary)
RN Licensure * Cost of RN license based on the Ohio Board of Nursing requirements. Renewal of license occurs biannually. Cost and renewal process dependent upon each state's Board of Nursing.

$68.50 - $78.50 

$68.50 - $78.50 
Immunizations ** One-time cost. Total may vary based on a student's health insurance coverage. Students must complete Flu and TB test annually. $865  $865
Background Check $62 (One-time cost) $62 (One-time cost)
Drug Screen***One-time cost. Cost of Drug Screen is $0 if completed at Student Health Center. $35 - $100 $35-$100
CPR BLS Certification $50 (One-time cost) $100 (One-time cost)
Equipment Fee (Headset) $25 (One-time cost) $25 (One-time cost)

Total Cost Estimates

Residency Total Cost for Full-Time * Estimates are based on completion of 12 credits in three semesters per the program's course curriculum. Actual costs and length of time will vary. Total Cost for Part-Time ** Estimates are based on completion of 12 credits in four semesters per the program's course curriculum. Actual costs and length of time will vary.
Ohio Residents $11,532.00 $11,632.00
Non-Ohio Residents $11,547.00 $11,652.00

Estimates calculated as of the 2018-2019 academic year.