ABSN Tuition and Fees
The nursing knowledge and experiences you’ll gain as a student in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program at Averett University are invaluable to your nursing future. That said, they do require a personal investment that may require some financial planning.
Given the many career options that become available to you once you earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, our 16-month ABSN program is an investment in your future. With multiple start dates per year, it’s easy for you to access that future sooner.
ABSN Tuition and Fee Breakdown
|Prerequisite tuition||$480 per credit hour|
|ABSN tuition||$950 per credit hour|
|Program fees (approximate)||$3,775|
|Tuition deposit (applied toward first semester)||$500|
|Book fees (approximate)||$1,900|
|Total Program Tuition||$62,700|
|Total Estimated Cost (Tuition & Fees)*||$68,375|
Program fees include ATI testing, skills lab supplies, NCLEX-RN® practice exam, EBI exit survey, pinning, commencement, and Typhon.
Note: Total estimated tuition does not include any applicable late registration fees, insufficient funds fees, or late payment fees.
*Cost per student may vary depending on prerequisite courses needed. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.
Financial Aid for ABSN Tuition
At Averett, we’re committed to providing our students with a high-quality education. Paying for nursing school takes some advanced planning, and we’ll be here to help you navigate the federal funding options that may be available to you.
You may qualify for federal funding eligibility to help cover some of the costs associated with accelerated nursing school. To find out, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at studentaid.gov. Averett University’s FAFSA code is 003702.
Financial Aid for Military Service Members and Veterans
To make pursuing a college education more affordable for active-duty service members and military veterans — and to acknowledge their service — Averett University proudly participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program and certifies the GI Bill.
The University offers other financial aid and support resources for service members as well, making it clear why U.S. News & World Report ranked Averett University as the 10th best regional college in the South for veterans.
Scholarships for Service Members
Averett is the sole university recipient of the Dan Daniel-Military Resale Invitational Endowed Scholarship since 2012. The scholarship is available to full-time traditional or non-traditional undergraduate students at Averett University who are veterans, reserve or active-duty military members, or the spouse or child of a deceased, wounded, veteran or active-duty military member.
Military ABSN Tuition Discount
If you are the family member of someone serving in the military or you are in the military yourself, you may qualify for a discounted tuition rate for the Averett ABSN program. In recognition of the service the military provides, Averett University offers a generous 25% discount to the following groups and their family members:
- All military members (active or reserve)
- If a student is using Tuition Assistance (TA), he or she may not qualify for the 25% discount. Please contact your military educational officer for further information on benefits.
- Honorably discharged veterans
- Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees
- State National Guard employees
If you have any questions about taking advantage of your military benefits to enroll in nursing school or applying for Averett’s scholarship for military service members and their families, please contact our Financial Aid Office at 1-800-AVERETT. This office can help any student complete the FAFSA and finance their accelerated nursing education. You can also visit https://www.military.com/benefits for more information on your military benefits.
For More Information
Contact us to learn more about our ABSN tuition and fees.