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Joint Nursing Degree Program
Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships

As a Concordia student during your freshman and sophomore years, you will be eligible for merit scholarships provided by the University based on high school grades and ACT/SAT scores. CUC offers all full-time admitted students generous merit scholarships. Entering freshmen with stated academic credentials can receive a minimum scholarship of $13,000. Transfer scholarships vary. 

You should also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to take advantage of all federal and state aid eligibility; CUC’s FAFSA school code is 001666. To determine your estimated financial aid including scholarships for your first two years at CUC, utilize our net price calculator.

Concordia University Chicago is an affordable choice. For Fall 2012, annual tuition and fees at Concordia is $25,942. Learn more about paying for college at Concordia University Chicago. 

After admission to Resurrection University, you will be considered a full-time student there for your junior and senior years. At Resurrection University, you may have the opportunity to obtain limited merit scholarships. As with your first two years at Concordia Chicago, Resurrection University will also encourage you to complete the FAFSA to receive all entitled state and/or federal financial aid.

Current annual tuition and fees at Resurrection University is $22,036. You can learn more about tuition, financial aid and scholarships by visiting Resurrection University’s website.

A unique advantage of this degree program is Presence Health system Loan Forgiveness Program. If you’re committed to entering the Presence Health system workforce upon graduation and if you meet the eligibility requirements, the dream of a no-loan future can be yours. To be considered for this program you must meet requirements specified by Presence Health and Resurrection University.

For more information about financial aid at CUC, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 708-209-3113 or crffa@CUChicago.edu.