Undergraduate Admissions

Tuition and fees

Your Personal Fee Assessment

After you are admitted to the Faculty of Nursing and enroll in courses, the Office of the Registrar will post your real time personal fee assessment in Bear Tracks.  Fall/Winter fee assessments are generally available online in late July, Spring/Summer fee assessments in early April.  

Estimating Your Tuition & Fees

Your fees are made up of two parts: tuition, which is assessed per course, and non-instructional fees, which are assessed per term (semester). For more information about tuition and fees at the U of A, including sample assessments, visit www.registrarsoffice.ualberta.ca/Costs-Tuition-Fees.   

The total cost of tuition and fees can vary from student to student depending on if you receive advance/transfer credit for any of the courses in your program, and if you choose to opt-out of any of the noninstructional fees.   

To calculate tuition, every course at the University of Alberta has a fee index. This is represented by the (fi X) beside each course listing on Bear Tracks and in the University of Alberta Calendar. Most undergraduate courses have a fee index of 6 for a 3-credit course or 12 for a 6-credit course. The cost of a course is therefore determined by multiplying the fee index of each course by the fee index value. (For additional information, visit the Costs, Tuitions, Fees page of the Office of the Registrar's website.) 

Nursing courses can vary in course weight from 1-9 credits each depending on your program and year. The University Calendar and the individual program pages in the Program Descriptions section of our website provide the course sequence for each of our BScN programs, which includes the course names and units of course weight (credits). Note: international students are assessed an additional fee differential for each class taken. 

Non-instructional fees provide a variety of privileges to University of Alberta students such as the U-Pass, student services, health and dental plans, Students' Union membership, etc. Students are able to opt-out of certain fees if they so choose.  

Since Nursing students also take courses in the Spring/Summer Term, there are Spring/Summer tuition and non-instructional fees that will apply.

Payment Options

Financial Services provides information on their website regarding payment options for application fees, tuition deposit, and tuition.