Online Degree Tuition & Fees
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If you’re an adult student considering Goshen College, your last concern should be the burden of how to pay for it. At Goshen, our primary goal is to make higher education affordable to all students.
Goshen College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is classified as a Baccalaureate–Arts & Sciences college by the Carnegie Foundation. The division of nursing is approved by the Indiana State Board of Nurses Registration and Nursing Education and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. For additional information or to review documents related to accreditation and licensing, contact the Institutional Research Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Goshen College RN to BSN Tuition for 2016-1017
$16,910 for 38-credit hour program ($445 per credit hour).
$100 enrollment deposit, applied toward tuition.
Unlike at many other institutions, Goshen College’s RN to BSN program has no hidden fees or expenses. Tuition, registration fees, parking permits, technology fees and special materials—it’s all included!
Types of Financial Aid
Develop a funding plan that works for you.
Students who have unmet financial need (after grants have been awarded) are usually eligible for Federal Direct Student Loans. Federal loans have lower interest rates and better repayment options than private loans. To apply, you must fill out a FAFSA.
This need-based federal grant is available only to students pursuing their first bachelor’s degree. Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, room, board or other educational expenses. The maximum Federal Pell Grant for 2016–17 (July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2017) will be $5,815.
The State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana has developed several programs to help Indiana residents with their educational expenses. To apply for state aid, you must fill out a FAFSA.
Outside scholarships do not come from Goshen College. Instead, they are sponsored by private organizations. The financial aid office encourages students to apply for as many outside scholarships for which they are eligible.
- Apply for admission to Goshen College. You can fill out the FAFSA at the same time, but you won’t hear back about how much aid you can receive until you’ve been admitted to the program.
- Get a PIN number from the U.S. Department of Education. By requesting a pin number and having it sent to you via email, you can fill out and sign your FAFSA online, which will save you time in the process. (If you don’t want to fill it out online, see instructions for mailing the form.)
- Complete and submit your FAFSA. Students should specify 001799 as the code number for Goshen College.
- Once you have your FAFSA results, and after you’ve been accepted for admission, Goshen College will send you a Financial Aid Award letter describing the aid you are eligible to receive. Review, sign and return one copy of your Financial Aid Award notice to the Goshen College financial aid office.
- If you are applying for Federal Loans for the first time, there are two more documents you need to turn in:
- The deadline for Indiana state grants is March 10.