Program CostPage address: http://ahn.mnsu.edu/nursing/undergraduate/programcost.html
Tuition & Fees
The 30-credit program is under $11,000 based on the 2017-2018 in-state tuition rate. Current undergraduate tuition and fees can be found on the Tuition Rates & Fees page.
- RN Completion Students are considered undergraduate, online learners.
- Non-Resident 100% Online Learner Minnesota State University, Mankato is pleased to offer in–state tuition to Non-Minnesota residents who take 100% online coursework. Students enrolled exclusively in online courses for an academic term can submit a request to be charged tuition at a market rate equivalent to the rate charged for on–campus students.
- Non-Resident Reciprocity Rates Exceptions to the 100% Online Learner market rate is when the student is a resident of a state with a reciprocity agreement. In those cases, the reciprocity rates supersedes the 100% Online Learner rate.
- If you are a Minnesota resident, you do not need to request the 100% Online Learner status.
Minnesota State University, Mankato offers a variety of financial aid programs including grants, loans and scholarships. To be considered for any grants or loans, students must first submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Learn more about these options and begin your FAFSA application HERE
The School of Nursing provides scholarship opportunities for students currently enrolled in the RN Baccalaureate Completion Program. Program scholarships are awarded every spring semester and applications are typically due by the end of February. Students can access these opportunities by registering with Scholarship Finder. This site will identify the scholarships you are eligible to recieve.
Find other scholarship opportunities HERE