The price tag on a bachelor’s degree may make you wonder, “Is college even worth it?” The answer—especially when your degree is from Nova Southeastern University—is yes.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, full-time workers with at least a bachelor’s degree earned about $600 more per week on average than those with just a high school diploma.

Plus, with a degree from NSU, you know you’re getting a competitive advantage in your career. Experiential learning opportunities and a dedicated career coach will give you an edge in today’s job market. We’ll also help you find scholarships and put together a financial aid package that works.

Tuition, Room and Board for the 2021-22 Academic Year

Flat Rate

$16,755 per Semester,
12–18 Credits*

Per Credit

$1,117 per Credit,
or Under 12 Credits
Exceeding 18 Credits**


$797 per Credit,
Online eArmy


$9,240–$16,764 Annual
Room and Board***
(Including Meal Plan)

Health Care and Nursing*

Students of the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences and the Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing should refer to each college's undergraduate program pages for more details about tuition and fees for those respective colleges.

18+ Credits**

Students taking more than 18 credits per semester must pay the flat rate ($16,755) plus $1,117 per each additional credit taken.

Residence Halls***

Residence halls are available only at the Fort Lauderdale/Davie campus. The amount is dependent upon residence hall options and includes a declining balance meal plan. Learn more about campus housing.

Fees for the 2020-21 Academic Year


Application Fee


$30 per Semester
Registration Fee

Late Fee

$100 per Semester
Late Tuition Payment


$75 per Semester
Deferment Fee

Student Services

$250 (1–3 Credits)
$500 (4+ Credits)
per Semester

Health Insurance**

$691 (Fall)
$1,201 (Winter)

Laboratory Fee


Course Fees*

$0–$275 per Course

Books (Estimated)

$100–$250 per Course

Degree Application

$100 Application
for Degree Fee
(Seniors Only)

Transcript Fee

$10 Transcript Fee

Cap and Gown

Regalia (Cap and Gown)
Fee Is Assessed
when Ordered

Course Fees*

You can refer to the undergraduate student catalog for specific tuition and program fees.

Health Insurance**

All undergraduate students enrolling in courses will automatically be enrolled in the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan, and your student account will be charged accordingly. If you are insured under another insurance plan, you must opt out of the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan each academic year by the given waiver deadline for your program. Read more about the NSU Student Health Insurance Plan, or access the waiver.