Tuition and aid
The Master of Nursing is a state-based tuition program. Tuition remains the same during a student’s first two academic years in the program. After year two, the tuition is subject to an increase (typically a 2-3% increase). Eligible UW and State employees may utilize UW tuition exemption to one course in the program.
|Status||Annual University Tuition and Fees|
|Resident||$18,993 (2023-2024 academic year; does not include summer quarter)|
|Non-Resident||$33,096 (2023-2024 academic year; does not include summer quarter)|
Stated estimations are unofficial for general planning purposes only and derived from the UW Graduate Tuition Dashboard. To be classified or reclassified as a resident visit the UW Guide – Understanding Washington State Residency.
$132.00 fee for Health & Safety verification with our online vendor. Community partners may have additional onboarding costs. $75.00 course fee for the BNURS 590 which supports the salary of the health and safety compliance coordinator.
Loan forgiveness and cancellation
- Nursing Faculty Loan: a loan forgiveness program for future nurse educators
- National loan repayment and scholarship opportunities
- federal educational loans, including a Graduate Perkins Loan and Graduate PLUS loans.
- UW Graduate School funding resources
- UW Bothell provides information and assistance through Veteran & Military Resources Office. This includes the VA Tuition Reduction Program and other support.