Estimated Program Expenses, 2020
CBC Bachelor’s Degree Tuition & Fees: columbiabasin.edu/bastuition
This website provides a breakdown of tuition and fees for Washington State and non-state residents. Revisit
this website after July 1, 2020 for updated costs for 2020-2021 school year.
CBC RN-BSN Program Fees:
• NCLEX fee: Considered credit by exam, $350.00 is charged once during the program (winter
quarter). This fee applies 35 credits towards obtaining your BSN.
• Background Check/Immunization Tracker (CastleBranch.com): $124.75 one-time charge.
Students who graduated from CBC ADN program in the spring quarter prior to enrollment in the RN-
BSN program do not pay this fee since the information is already available.
• Textbooks: Estimated at $800.00
• Association of Students Nurses (ASN) $10.00 Although optional enrollment provides an
opportunity to participate in student governance while enrolled in the RN-BSN program.
RN-BSN Specific Costs:
• Immunizations: Cost will vary depending upon necessary immunizations needed.
• Clothing: Professional clothing (business dress) or scrubs may be needed for practicum experiences
depending upon the facility.
• Transportation costs: fuel and automobile costs related to travelling to clinical sites.
• Student Injury and Sickness Insurance Plan is available for approximately $507 per quarter for
students who do not have insurance.
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or service animal (allowed by law) by a person with a disability, or any other prohibited basis in its educational programs or employment.
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