UCLA students are required to pay tuition prior to beginning each term. Tuition is assessed by the Regents of the University of California and is subject to change prior to the beginning of each term. Please refer to the website of the Office of the Registrar for tuition information. The amount shown represents, for planning purposes, estimates of 2016-17 tuition and fees for existing and proposed professional degree programs. Actual tuition, fees, and charges for 2017-18 have yet to be determined by The Regents of the University of California. Accordingly, final figures are subject to change and may differ from the amounts shown.
The UCLA School of Nursing is aware that financial assistance is of the utmost importance while attending school. The purpose of this section is to inform prospective students of the types of assistance available to them.
Nursing Financial Aid
Students who demonstrate financial need according to established federal guidelines may be awarded various types of financial assistance such as fellowships, scholarships and loans.
Types of aid awarded to MSN students:
Private student loan lenders can offer variable interest rates that can increase or decrease over time, depending on market conditions.
UCOP Private Lender List for Health Professionals:http://beta.elmselect.com/link/query?schoolid=162&amounttoborrow=1&graduationdate=01/01/2000
To apply: Students entering the UCLA School of Nursing are advised to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) found at www.fafsa.gov. The priority deadline is March 2nd. The UCLA code for the FAFSA is 001315.
UCLA Graduate Division Fellowships Support
The UCLA Graduate Division offers several types of need/merit based support. These fellowships are described in the financial support section on www.grad.ucla.edu. Some of these funds are allocated to the School of Nursing to use in recruitment and retention of outstanding applicants. Please see the listing below.
Graduate Opportunity Fellowship: This program provides fellowships for students who are socioeconomic disadvantaged. This fellowship provides for a $20,000 stipend plus tuition, and, if necessary, nonresident supplemental tuition for the first year only. Applicants compete campus wide.
NonresidentTuition Fellowship: This pays the out of state tuition for non-resident students for their first year. One fellowship is generally allocated to the School of Nursing.
University Fellowship: This is a merit based fellowship. The fellowship of $2,000 or more goes toward tuition. Limited funds are allocated to the School of Nursing.
Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) Grant and Audrienne H. Moseley Scholarship: The School of Nursing has limited HRSA grant and Audrienne H. Moseley need based scholarship funds available for MSN students. These are financial need based awards. Applications are emailed to students in May before the academic year begins.
The School of Nursing is able to provide short-term emergency loans to students on an emergency basis. Generally these loans are provided for unexpected expenses or financial aid advances with a required repayment in 30 days.
School of Nursing Scholarships
The School offers a number of scholarships to students in the MSN program. Students will receive a scholarship application in May with a due date of June 20th.
School of Nursing Financial Assistance Appointment Hours
Monday through Friday 8:00 am-12:00 noon and 1:00 pm-4:30 pm
Craig Kusunoki, Director of Financial Aid
UCLA School of Nursing
2-151 Factor Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1702