Earning your nursing degree may be one of the most important investments you will ever make. That's why CCU strives to make earning your degree both affordable and accessible. The University will walk alongside you to develop a plan that meets your needs and ultimately helps you achieve your education goals. Learn more about applying for aid, scholarships, grants and loans, and payment options for your nursing degree program.
Tuition and fees shown apply to the Summer 2014, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015 semesters for all locations. Review the Financial Aid website for information on financial aid and scholarships.
Payment Options – Payment or payment arrangements for all charges are due in full at the time of registration to secure course enrollment.
Tuition and fees shown apply to Summer 2013, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters. Payment or payment arrangements for all charges are due in full at the time of registration to secure course enrollment.
† Lab PACs are required for these courses. Please check with the Division of Nursing and Health Sciences for current prices.
* Student account must be paid in full.
**Effective beginning spring 2015 term.
Beginning with the spring 2014 term, for all students enrolled in the Intro class PHL215A: Understanding Worldviews only, the required text books will be automatically shipped to each student’s address as listed in the enrollment documents. These books will be shipped under a negotiated rental agreement between the student and the CCU bookstore, and the course fee represents the rental fee for the books. PHL215A text books must be returned to the CCU bookstore upon the conclusion of the course or an additional fee will be assessed for all non-returned materials. Instructions for returning text books and printing a pre-paid mailing label will be provided by the CCU bookstore. The course fee will not be refunded for students who withdraw from PHL215A after the drop deadline.
Required text books in all other CAGS courses must be obtained by the student. The price of books varies by course. You may purchase books online through the CCU Bookstore. A limited selection of used books is available for purchase at CCU's main campus bookstore. Financial aid will not be available in time to purchase books for any semester, so alternative plans for necessary purchases should be arranged.
For questions, call or e-mail the Service Central office to speak with a Service Specialist about your CCU charges: 303-963-3040 or 800-25-START. Current account information is always accessible in WebAdvisor.
Note: Tuition and fees may be subject to change without notice.
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