ABSN Tuition and Fees
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is a smart investment in your future, providing a wealth of exciting new career opportunities. However, going back to school takes financial planning.
Mercer University’s Second Degree Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) track puts a quality nursing degree within reach in as few as 12 months. With seats available now and three start dates a year, there’s no better time than now to start your nursing education.
ABSN Track Tuition – 3 Semesters
- Tuition cost for the 56-credit hour ABSN is $59,685.
- ABSN nursing fees and university fee: $2805*
For additional information and a complete breakdown of ABSN tuition, contact an enrollment counselor or the nursing admissions office.
*Additional ABSN costs may include: application fee, health insurance, books, uniform, transportation, etc. These are not included in the above tuition cost or nursing/university fees. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.
Is financial aid available for students of Mercer’s accelerated second-degree BSN track?
When you connect with your enrollment counselor, you’ll map out a financial plan for ABSN tuition, as well as review funding options available to nursing students. Your enrollment counselor can help you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) — the first step toward determining your eligibility for financial aid.
Can I work during the ABSN track?
We understand that some students may have a financial need to work while in the program; however, we strongly recommend against working while in our accelerated BSN program. With 21–22 credit hours of study each semester, Mercer’s ABSN program is like working a full-time job. When speaking with your enrollment counselor, be sure to let them know of any financial concerns you have.
What are my scholarship options as an ABSN student?
As a prospective Mercer ABSN student, you will have a variety of scholarship and financial aid options available, through a number of private and public institutions. Have additional questions about scholarships or financial aid? Contact our Office of Student Financial Planning at (678) 547-6444 for more information.
Contact us to find out more about our ABSN tuition and fees.