Tuition, Financial Aid, and Scholarships

Pursuing a nursing education is one of the most important investments you will make in your lifetime. Our financial aid professionals will help you explore every option available to help you finance your education. The School of Nursing offers ample scholarship opportunities for top students.

We evaluate all admitted students for merit-based scholarships and financial aid. Below are some facts about our scholarships and financial aid packages:

  • Last year, the School of Nursing awarded $7.1 million in financial aid and scholarships to students.
  • More than 96% of undergraduate students received some form of financial aid.
  • Last year, the School of Nursing awarded 751 scholarships to students.


Updated August 24, 2023

Please see the estimated tuition costs for the 2023-2024 academic year. These estimated amounts are for both undergraduate and graduate-level programs, including BSN, DABSN, MN Pathway to MSN, MN, and MSN, and DNP programs. Opportunities to defray the cost of attendance through scholarships and financial aid are available.

Each program at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing has different tuition structures and billing patterns. Figures shown are for approximation purposes and should not be used in program comparison.

Policy Statement on Refunds

Refunds for Emory University students who are federal (Title IV) aid recipients will be prorated in accordance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1992 and any related regulations.  Tuition adjustments for full withdrawals will follow the policies located here.

Traditional BSN: $29,960/semester ($2,497/hour)
Distance ABSN: $1,706/hour
MN Pathway to MSN: $24,198/semester ($2,017/hour)
Pre-licensure Master of Nursing $24,198/semester ($2,017/hour)
Master of Science in Nursing: $24,986/semester ($2,082/hour)
Post Masters Certificate: $1,970/hour*
Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP): $21,272/semester ($1,773/hour)
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist: $25,662/semester ($2,138/hour)
Master in Cardiovascular Perfusion Science: $1,625/hour

*Program not available for federal student loans as it is a non-degree seeking program.

Emory University Resources

Office of Financial Aid Undergraduate Student Cost of Attendance

Office of Financial Aid Graduate Student Cost of Attendance

Scholarships and Fellowships

The School of Nursing has multiple scholarship and fellowship program opportunities for students. Many high-achieving students receive multiple scholarship awards.

Explore Scholarships and Fellowships

Financial Aid

We know that you and your family will have concerns about how you'll cover the costs of tuition, housing and other necessities while attending Emory. Our financial aid professionals will make every effort to help you afford to pay for your education.

Undergraduate Financial Aid Website

Graduate Financial Aid Website

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