Tuition and Fees

Tuition, fees and additional costs, such as estimated supplies and commute costs, are listed by program on the School of Nursing chart of the UCSF Student Financial Services website. For the anticipated in-state tuition, Professional Degree Supplemental Tuition and student services fees for the BSN Entry to DNP — Advanced Nursing Focus pathway, please visit our BSN Entry to DNP pathway webpage.

All specialties in the BSN Entry to the DNP Advanced Nursing Focus pathway require attendance during summer quarter. The UCSF Registrar’s Office lists the fees for summer session. In addition, please note that there may be additional costs, such as an on-boarding fee at clinical sites where students are placed and commuting to these clinical sites.

Reduced Tuition and Fees for UC Employees

Regular status employees of the University of California in these eligible titles who meet our admission requirements are eligible for a two-thirds reduction in the Student Services Fee and Tuition when enrolled in regular session courses of up to 12 units or four courses per quarter, whichever provides the greater benefit to the employee. This tuition and fee reduction for employees is available through spring 2026.

Students registered in self-supporting programs do not pay the Student Services Fee or Tuition and are not eligible for the reduced fee enrollment in any quarter.

The reduced fee enrollment benefit is available to non-represented UC employees and most represented employees. Represented employees should consult their bargaining unit's contract for specific information.

Employees who are eligible to receive reduced fees under this policy are not eligible to receive an additional reduction in fees under the Policy and Procedures Concerning Part-Time Study.

Reduced fee enrollment status does not include access to student services and facilities that the Student Services Fee funds, which includes but is not limited to gymnasiums and Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Services, unless the employee is otherwise entitled to them.