Cost & Financial Support

Cost of attendance

Each July, the University of Minnesota Board of Regents approves the tuition and fees for the upcoming year. Approximate costs for the Master of Nursing program are outlined below for the 2017-2018 academic year only.

Total estimated cost (tuition and fees) for the entire 16-month program: 

Residents and nonresidents: approximately $42,000
(does not Include books, health insurance, supplies and equipment for all four semesters)

Financial support

School of Nursing scholarships

The school offers a range of scholarships. Students are considered for scholarships at the time of their admission offer, and it does not require a separate scholarship application.

Many of these scholarships are based in part on financial need, and therefore scholarship applicants are encouraged complete a FAFSA application early January in order to be eligible for scholarships at the time of admission (mid to late February).

External scholarships

Students are also encouraged to explore external funding opportunities.