Texas Tuition and Fees

Effective for students enrolling as of April 5, 2015 and thereafter.

Undergraduate Programs1 Nursing

Degree Earned Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science
Semester Credits
120 1202
Total Semesters
Full-Time Status2
(12 to 18 credits)
$12,930.00 $12,930.00
3/4-Time Status
(9 to 11 credits)
$10,750.00 $10,750.00
1/2-Time Status
(6 to 8 credits)
$8,405.00 $8,405.00
Less than 1/2-Time Status
(per credit if under 6 credits)
$1,425.00 $1,425.00
Total Tuition Cost
(Full-Time -   not including additional fees.) 
 $103,440 $90,510 
Registration Fee
$75.00 $75.00
First Year Seminar Course Fee
(FYS 100)
 $500.00  $500.00
Estimated Total Book Costs3 $4,454 $4,630
Estimated Total Book Shipping Cost $445 $463
Estimate for Uniforms3 $130.00 $130.00
Estimate for Supplies &
Licensure Prep.3
$1,595.00 $1,595.00
Overload Status4 (if applicable) $800 $800 
 Supplemental Learning Resource Fee5 $200 $200
Estimated Total Program Costs $110,639 $97,903

1 West Coast University also offers certain online courses to students enrolled in on-ground programs.  If a student enrolled in an on-ground program chooses to take a course or courses offered online, he/she will be subject to a Technology fee of $50 per credit hour per course in addition to the tuition charges listed above.

2 Includes 10 transfer credits for LPN license.  

3 The Total Book, Uniform and Supply costs reflect the Manufactures Suggested Retail Price totals compiled in January 2017 and are subject to change.

4 All credits taken in a single semester which exceed 18 credits will be charged at $800 per credit.

5  If a student is conditionally accepted into the University, additional materials must be purchased.  Please see the Conditional Acceptance Disclosure found in the enrollment packet for additional information.  


*Students who wish to take Challenge Exams will be subject to a fee of $100 for each Challenge exam.  Please see your campus Bursar Office for a full price listing.

**Tuition, fees, and supply costs are subject to change as stated in the enrollment agreement.