Cost of Attendance

Tuition & Fees

Attending school is a significant time and financial commitment, but the Financial Aid Office is here to help you figure out how to pay for your program at the UCLA School of Nursing.

A major factor that influences a student’s overall budget is tuition, which varies depending on whether or not the student is a California resident or non-California resident. The UCLA Campus Residence Deputy decides your Residence Status for Tuition purposes. For more information regarding Residence for Tuition Purposes, please visit the Registrar’s Office website.

Registration fees are maintained by the Registrar's Office. A breakdown of annual and term student fees is available on the Registrar's Office website for Undergraduate, Academic Doctorate and Nursing MSN programs.

 

Cost of Attendance

The Cost of Attendance is your student budget. Your budget is the estimated average and reasonable cost of completing an academic year at the UCLA School of Nursing. Your budget serves as the foundation for determining your financial need as well as the amount of qualified aid, including grants and scholarships, that can be offered to you.

Cost of attendance figures may include the components below:

  • Tuition and fees
  • Books and supplies
  • Room and board
  • Personal expenses
  • Transportation
  • Health insurance (can be waived if enrolled in equivalent coverage)