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Estimated Expenses for the UMN Program

Expenses Texas/Louisiana Residents Non-Texas Residents
Pre-Requisites (15 credit hrs) $1,940.00 $6,635.00
Co-Requisites (15 credit hrs) 1,940.00 6,635.00
Level One (8 credit hrs) 1,112.00 3,616.00
Level Two (10 credit hrs) 1,380.00 4,510.00
Level Three (8 credit hrs) 1,112.00 3,616.00
Physical Examination 100.00 100.00
Required textbooks (All texts must be purchased during the first semester of the program)* 900.00 900.00
Uniforms/equipment (Specific uniform information will be given after acceptance into the program)** 250.00 250.00
Nursing Pin (Optional) 50.00 50.00
Liability Insurance & Achievement Tests (Required)These fees are paid at registration along with course fees and are approximately $500 throughout the three semesters you are enrolled in the Upward Mobility Program*** 500.00 500.00
Supplies and Workshops 300.00 300.00
Diploma Fee 15.00 16.00
Cap and Gown 40.00 40.00
RN Licensure Fees 350.00    350.00
Passport Pictures 25.00 25.00
TOTAL $10,014.00 $27,543.00

Tuition/fees listed above are as printed in the Lamar State College-Orange Fall 2011 Class Schedule. Future amounts may be different.

* Because the Upward Mobility Nursing Program is an integrated curriculum, all books will have to be purchased during the first semester of the program. The bookstore returns unsold books soon after the semester begins so we encourage you to buy them early.

** Following acceptance into the program, details will be given concerning the official A.D.N. student uniform.

*** Liability Insurance & Achievement Test fees are paid at registration along with course fees and are approximately $500 throughout the three semesters you are enrolled in the Upward Mobility Nursing Program.

+Current costs for TX and LA licensure fees and NCLEX test is approximately $350. Other states may be more or less.

Louisiana students should contact the Office of Admission and Records for information regarding out-of-state tuition waiver eligibility.

Scholarships

Information regarding general scholarships is available through the Office of Financial Aid. In addition, there are scholarships available for nursing students meeting certain criteria. Information regarding these additional scholarships will be made available to the nursing students throughout the program as the information becomes available.

Students wishing to apply for financial aid or scholarships should contact the Office of Financial Aid, (409) 882-3317.