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Changing careers or furthering your education is an investment in your future. At the University of Indianapolis, you can earn your online nursing degree in a way that’s both affordable and attainable, without having to sacrifice quality. Tuition varies based on the cost per credit hour and the number of credit hours that are required to complete your chosen degree.

Online Programs Credit Hours Clinical Hours Cost per Credit Hour Total Cost
ABSN 56 570 $956 $53,536
MSN-FNP 45 720 $766 $34,470
MSN-AGPCNP 45 720 $766 $34,470
BSN-DNP FNP 62 1,220 $766 $47,492
BSN-DNP AGPCNP 62 1,220 $766 $47,492
MSN-NE 38 240 $502 $19,076
MSN-NHSL 38 240 $502 $19,076
Post-Master's DNP 33-36 700-1,000 $766 $25,278-27,576

Financial Aid 

The University of Indianapolis offers financial aid to eligible students who are unable to fully cover the cost of their education. The first step in the process is to apply by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), even if you don’t plan to accept federal aid. Your student aid report helps us determine whether you are eligible for financial aid. You might qualify for Federal Direct Stafford Student Loans, Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans, or alternative loans.

Steps to file your FAFSA:

  1. Create your Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID to e-sign the FAFSA.
  2. File your FAFSA application. The University of Indianapolis FAFSA code is 001804.
  3. After your data has been submitted, the U.S. Department of Education will notify the University of Indianapolis of your application.
  4. You will receive an email from the U.S. Department of Education when your FAFSA has been processed.
  5. If you are a returning student, you will receive an email reminder from the U.S. Department of Education to renew your FAFSA.