Tuition and Expenses

Approximate Fee Schedule for Class of 2014

Non-refundable Acceptance Fee:  $150.00 due on or about June 14, 2013 

Tuition:  $13,500.00 (Divided into three payments)

  • 1st Payment:   $4,700.00 due June 28
  • 2nd Payment:   $4,600.00 due November 1
  • 3rd Payment:   $4,200.00 due April 25

    *Please note consideration is given to tuition due dates and disbursement of Financial Aid and Student Loans.

Laboratory Fee (includes individual Nurse Pack with stethoscope): $230.00 due June 28

Clinical Uniforms with BCCC insigne:  $128.00 (estimate) due at time of measurements

Required Nursing Textbooks:  $800.00 (estimate for program year)

Additional Student Supplies (white nursing shoes/sneakers, watch with second hand):  $75.00

Graduation Fee:  $75.00 due May 2014

Graduation Cap & Gown:  $20.00 due May 2014

Please Note:  Students will receive information regarding fees for Application and Registration for NCLEX Exam and Temporary Practice Permits one month prior to graduation.

 

Approximate Required Fee Schedule for Class of 2015 

Non-refundable Acceptance Fee due to Student Account Office located in the Linksz Pavilion, Newtown Campus:  $150.00 due on or about June 13, 2014 

Tuition:  $13,500.00 (Divided into three payments*) 

  • 1st Payment:   $4,700.00 due June 27
  • 2nd Payment:  $4,600.00 due October 31
  • 3rd Payment:  $4,200.00 due April 24

 *Please note consideration is given to tuition due dates with regards to disbursement of Financial Aid and Student Loans.

 Laboratory Fee (includes individual Nurse Pack with stethoscope): $230.00 due June 27

 Clinical Uniforms with BCCC insigne:  $128.00 (estimate) due at time of measurements

 Required Nursing Textbooks:  $750.00 (estimate for program year)

 Additional Student Supplies (white nursing shoes/sneakers, watch with second hand):  $75.00

 Graduation Fee:  $75.00 due May 2015

 Graduation Cap & Gown:  $20.00 due May 2015

 Please Note:  Students will receive information regarding fees for Application and Registration for NCLEX Exam and Temporary Practice Permits one month prior to graduation.

Refund Policy

A student who withdraws from the Practical Nursing Program must notify the director in writing of intent to withdraw and formally request a refund.  Refunds for withdrawn courses are made according to the following schedule:

  • Withdrawal/Drop  before the official start-date of each level:  100% refund
  • Withdrawal/Drop during the first week of each level :  75% refund
  • Withdrawal/Drop occurring after the first week and up until the end of the first month:  50% refund

A student who is dismissed for failure to maintain required grades and meet program expectations is not eligible for a tuition refund.

Please note the acceptance and lab fees are non-refundable. You may appeal to the Director of Practical Nursing for an increase in the amount of your tuition refund. No appeals will be accepted after the level in question ends.  Withdrawal/drop is determined by the last day of attendance of the student.