College is a big investment. That’s why it’s important to learn as much as possible about how much your education will cost and what options you have for paying for it.
Cost, Aid & Scholarships
Determine your costs
Tuition and fees for the Indiana University School of Nursing’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program vary depending on the program track.
BSN traditional track
Tuition and fees for the traditional track depend on your residency (in state or out of state) and the number of credit hours you take each semester. You can use IU’s tuition and fees estimator as a starting point for figuring out how much it will cost for you to earn a BSN degree at IU Bloomington. However, keep in mind that there are additional program and clinical fees for nursing students that may not be included in the estimate.Use the estimator
RN to BSN track
Tuition and fees for the RN to BSN track are determined by your residency (in state or out of state) and the number of credit hours you take each semester. Contact Debbie Hrisomalos, RN to BSN advisor, to get an estimate of your costs.
Apply for financial aid
The first step in applying for financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). When you complete your FAFSA, you’ll be considered for a variety of state and federal financial aid programs, including loans, grants, and work-study positions.
The priority deadline for completing your FAFSA is March 1.Learn more about financial aid
Scholarships—money for school that doesn’t have to be repaid—can help you cover the cost of your education and minimize your debt. The School of Nursing offers a number of scholarships for undergraduate students. Applications for those scholarships are accepted between January 15 and March 30 each year.
You also may be eligible for scholarships available through IU or other sources. The Office of Scholarships can help you find and apply for scholarships.Find School of Nursing scholarships