Tuition & Fees

One of the factors students need to consider when preparing for college attendance is the cost. While private schools may be considered costly, the cost of attending Platt College is much more manageable. The current tuition breakdown for Platt College is $370.00 per quarter credit hour.

Tuition for the Nursing ProgramSupplies (consumables in class)IT FeeClinical Placement FeeLab FeesProgram Total
$68,265$1,680 Program Total$3,620 Program Total$1,800 Program Total$1,780 Program Total$77,145

Additional Out of Pocket Costs:

*Application Charge*Science Courses and Nursing Kits*Review, Certification, Subscription, Assessment Program, and Insurance Costs*Textbooks
$75.00$543.00 (Program Total)$1,285.00 (Program Total)Average amount for program textbooks is $5,450 (May be purchased from the College or vendor of choice by student)

*Non refundable costs if purchased from College.

Transfer Credit and Repeat of Courses:

Transfer credit review is a one-time cost of $50.00.  If transfer credit is accepted according to Policy 02:14:00, then the fee to transfer credit per quarter credit hour is $75.00.  Course retakes are calculated at the current full tuition rate for any and all courses (including didactic, laboratory, clinical, and simulation) if repeated.

Additional Expenses Purchased:

(1) TEAS Examination at $55.00 paid directly to vendor, (2) Background Check and Drug Screen starts at $90.00 paid directly to vendor, (3) Platt College cranberry scrubs with insignia approximately $175.00 paid directly to vendor, (4) My Clinical Exchange Subscription one time payment of $36.50 paid directly to vendor, (5) Complio one time payment of $58.00 paid directly to vendor, and (6) Laptop Computer either PC or MAC that meets program requirements approximately at $1,000 paid directly to vendor of choice. 

Students must furnish all texts, tools and supplies required for the program of enrollment at his/her expense. Students are not required to purchase texts, tools or instructional supplies before such materials are actually needed for coursework. Students are not obligated to purchase any text, tools or instructional supplies from Platt College. The cost of texts, tools, and instructional supplies specified on page one of the Enrollment Agreement and as part of the current College Catalog is an estimated cost only and is subject to change based on fluctuations in manufacturer and supplier prices. If texts, tools or supplies are purchased from Platt College, the cost of these items is nonrefundable.

Transfer Credit Guide Estimator

Already have a head start on college credit? Good for you! Maybe you've taken courses at another college. Platt College has a favorable, fair transfer credit policy, and transfer tools that are easy to use to help you estimate what transfer credit may be accepted.

Platt College's Transfer Credit Guide is a helpful online tool that allows you to search for course equivalencies. Use the Transfer Credit Guide to find out how applicable undergraduate credits you completed at another college or university will possibly transfer to Platt College. If you have questions, you can find answers in the Transfer Credit Guide FAQ.

If a college or university is not listed in the Transfer Credit Guide Estimator Chart, you cannot find a specific undergraduate course or the course is not listed for the term you completed it, it does not mean the course will not transfer to Platt College. The course may not have been evaluated yet, and you may request a transfer course evaluation.

Net Price Calculator-Cost Estimator

The intention of Platt College's Net Price Calculator is to provide families with estimates on the total cost of attendance for Platt College. The Net Price Calculator simulates the complex financial aid process by asking a limited number of questions. This tool is designed to give students an early indication of the amounts and types of financial aid for which they might qualify. The figures generated here will estimate the net price for a full-time, first-year student attending Platt College in future quarters in the next year. This calculator is not an application for or a guarantee of a particular financial aid package. Instead, it is intended to assist families in making informed decisions concerning college choices. Students and parents completing the calculator are asked to answer some basic questions about family finances, so it will be helpful to have recent tax forms or pay stubs on hand before beginning.

In order to complete this estimator, you will need the following:

  1. Most recent income tax return and W2 statement(s) for the student and parent(s)
  2. 20 minutes of your time to begin the Net Price Calculator