Determining Need

A student's financial need is determined by subtracting the Expected Family Contribution (EFC)—as determined from the information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)—from the cost of attendance (see below) as determined by program of study and enrollment status.

Cost of Attendance (COA)  - Expected Family Contribution = Financial Need

The cost of attendance includes charges that are billed directly by the College (direct costs) such as tuition and fees and indirect expenses that students may need to consider, such as housing, food, books, supplies, transportation and various personal living expenses. If your residency and/or enrollment status changes from the time of application, your student budget and financial aid award may also change.

BSN COA

BSN Student COA
Direct/Billed Charges:
Tuition (9 Courses) $16,344
Subtotal: $16,344
Estimated Indirect Costs:
Housing & Food $7,500
Books & Supplies $990
Loan Fees $44
Transportation: $1,380
Personal Expenses: $2,580
Subtotal: $12,562
Total $28,838

Graduate COA

Graduate Student COA
Direct/Billed Charges:
Tuition (6 Courses) $13,152
Subtotal: $13,152
Estimated Indirect Costs:
Housing & Food $7,500
Books & Supplies $660
Loan Fees $90
Transportation: $1,380
Personal Expenses: $2,580
Subtotal: $12,207
Total $25,362

Graduate Nursing COA

Graduate Nursing Student COA
Direct/Billed Charges:
Tuition (6 Courses) $15,486
Subtotal: $15,486
Estimated Indirect Costs:
Housing & Food $7,500
Books & Supplies $660
Loan Fees $90
Transportation $1,380
Personal Expenses: $2,580
Subtotal: $12,207
Total $27,696

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