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Tuition & Expenses

Tuition and fees are due and payable at the beginning of each semester in attendance. Students receiving financial aid are responsible for arranging payment of tuition and fees by the published deadlines. If a student anticipates difficulty with payments, the student should make an appointment with the Program Director or Dean to discuss the matter. These administrative representatives for the program may approve alternate payment arrangements. Tuition and fees are subject to change and are non-refundable. Students will be given at least a 30-day notice of proposed tuition and fee changes. Late fees will apply if tuition and other program fees listed herein are not paid in full or in the amount required by payment deadlines (this is typically the 3rd day of the semester).

Part-time Students

Total: $5,915/$5,775

Semester One
Tuition (calculated at $215/credit hour) $1,290
General Fees $675 (LET, $575; Library/Technology, $25; Professional RADS, $75)
Textbooks (estimated) $560
Semester Two
Tuition (calculated at $215/credit hour) $2,150
General Fees $675 (LET, $575; Library/Technology, $25; Professional RADS, $75)
Miscellaneous Supplies $20
Graduation Expenses (estimated) $420/$280
Application fee $50
Admission Processing $50
Background Check $34


Full-time Students

Total: $5,240/$5,100

Tuition (calculated at $215/credit hour) $3,440
General Fees $675 (LET, $575; Library/Technology, $25; Professional RADS, $75)
Textbooks (estimated) $560
Miscellaneous supplies $145
Graduation Expenses (estimated) $420/$280
Application fee $50
Admission processing $50
Background check $34

Financial Assistance

To be eligible for financial assistance, you must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The form may be completed on the internet at fafsa.gov.

The school participates in three Title IV programs:

  • Federal Pell Grant: Awarded on the basis of financial need, but not available to students who have already received a bachelor or professional degree.
  • Federal Stafford Loans: Subsidized or unsubsidized.
  • Parent PLUS Loans: Enables parents with good credit histories to borrow for the education expenses of each child who is a dependent undergraduate student enrolled at least half time.

Veterans Benefits

The Veterans Administration provides a wide range of benefits which include education and training. To apply for benefits, visitbenefits.va.gov.

Vocational Rehabilitation

Students seeking benefits through vocational rehabilitation should contact the State of Louisiana, Dept. of Health and Human Resources, Office of Human Development, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Students currently receiving federal financial aid should recognize that award amounts might be reduced upon initial enrollment at the Baton Rouge General School of Nursing. The determination of award amount is based on class standing and all students enter the program at the freshman level.

For more information, contact the Financial Aid Administrator at FinancialAidComm@brgeneral.org.

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