Marquette University Direct Entry MSN Tuition and Fees

While the cost to attend our Direct Entry MSN program may seem intimidating right now, you should think of it as a long-term investment in your future—one that can begin in less than 21 months. While tuition represents the single largest expense of the program, be sure to factor in our College of Nursing fees when planning your finances.

Tuition by Semester

The Direct Entry MSN program’s tuition and fees below are current as of July 2016. New students (start fall 2016 or spring 2017) will be billed as follows:



Semester 1 $10,667
Semester 2 $10,667
Semester 3 $10,666
Semester 4 $10,000
Semester 5 $8,000
Total $50,000

College of Nursing Fees



CPR Certification $50
Health, Drug & Background Screening $124
Uniforms $300
Assessment Equipment $175
Predictor Tests, NCLEX Review $500
Nursing Fees Total (approximate): $1,149.00

Please be aware that our tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

Financial Aid

If you need help paying for nursing school, we recommend contacting our Office of Student Financial Aid to see if you qualify for financial aid, whether it be a federal or alternative loan. Marquette University’s FAFSA school code is: 003863.

Your admissions adviser can help your gather the information you need to answer your questions about financial aid. Contact us to learn more about the tuition and fees for the Direct Entry MSN program.

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