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This handbook will guide you through the application and award process, as well as provide resources needed throughout your time at UIW.
This brochure helps incoming freshmen understand their awards and financially prepare for their first year.
School of Nursing and Health Professions Tuition and Fees 2019 - 2020
$14,950 per Fall/Spring semester; 12-18 hours
$960 per credit hour
Doctor of Nursing Practice
$950 per credit hour
Fees (applicable based on degree)
NursingCAS Application Fee - Nursing only
$70 paid to CAS, per application
Matriculation fee/deposit - all first time, full-time students, non-refundable
$200 one-time fee
Matriculation fee/deposit - all transfer students, non-refundable
$100 one-time fee
Matriculation fee/deposit - undergraduate Nursing, non-refundable*
$250 one-time fee
Matriculation fee/deposit - DNP, non-refundable
$500 one-time fee
University fees - Undergraduate
$235 per semester
University fees - Graduate
$44 per credit hour
$40 one-time fee
$50 one-time fee
Student Services, Athletics, Technology Fee - Undergraduate
$470 per semester
Student Services, Athletics, Technology Fee - Graduate
$50 per credit hour
Other Expenses ( Estimates)
Books & Supplies
Room & Board
Parking - Undergraduate
Parking - Graduate
$18 per credit hour
Course fees, varies by courses taken
$10-$780 per course
Student Health Insurance, optional**
*Applies to those accepted into the undergraduate Nursing program
**Health Insurance can be waived for students showing proof of private insurance
All rates, fees, and discounts are subject to change without notice. For additional information, contact the UIW business office.