Accelerated Nursing School Tuition and Fees
The CTX Accelerated BSN track represents an investment of time and money. Keep in mind that graduating with a BSN from Concordia University Texas provides a high return on your investment. Not only will you be prepared to take the NCLEX-RN®, but you will also earn a quality degree from a nonprofit university that is trusted by the healthcare community.
The estimated accelerated nursing school tuition for our 16-month, full-time ABSN track is currently $17,300 per term with four terms required to complete the degree, not including any prerequisite courses. You should also plan for other student fees and ABSN track-related fees.
ABSN Costs to Keep in Mind
The accelerated nursing school tuition rate for the 2023-2024 academic year is $17,300* per semester (17-18 credits).
For students taking nursing prerequisite courses at CTX, the tuition rate is $495 per credit hour.
*Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.
Students in the CTX ABSN track will incur additional educational costs, such as application, course, testing, general services, and graduation fees, which will be reflected on your financial aid award package.
Pursuing a nursing degree warrants serious financial consideration, but ultimately, it’s a sound career investment. Time is money, and that’s where our ABSN track comes in. At Concordia University Texas, you can earn a quality, accredited nursing degree in as few as 16 months.
We realize that figuring out how to fund your accelerated nursing school tuition can seem overwhelming. If you need assistance to pay for nursing school, our financial services team can help determine what eligibility you may have for federal funding to help cover your costs. You may also be able to seek funding through private loans or third-party scholarships.
Federal Student Aid
As your first step, we recommend you complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.studentaid.gov. Concordia University Texas’ FAFSA school code is 003557.
Once you submit your FAFSA (online submissions usually take 24-48 hours to arrive at the school electronically) and have been admitted into the ABSN track, you will receive a financial aid award packet that will inform you of any grants and/or loans you qualify for that are funded by the state and/or federal government. Student financial services will be there to guide you in the financial aid process.
Federal student aid may not cover the total cost of attendance for our ABSN track. So, it’s a good idea to research private lenders, such as banks or credit unions. It’s best to borrow from an institution with low-interest rates and good terms. Keep in mind, you may need a co-signer on a private loan.
Third-party scholarships may be available to help offset your nursing school costs. You can begin your scholarship search by visiting these sites:
Please contact an ABSN admissions counselor to learn more about our accelerated nursing school tuition and fees.