Raleigh School of Nurse Anesthesia fees are separate and in addition to UNCG tuition and fees.
Financial Aid information for UNCG School of Nursing can be found by clicking on the following link: UNCG Financial Aid Office
One-Time Fees payable to RSNA
ExamSoft $325.00 (one-time fee)
Medatrax $270.00 (one-time fee)
Equipment Fee $250.00 (one-time fee)
Ear Mold $60.00 (one-time fee)
Nerve Stimulator $200.00 (one-time fee)
Review Courses $1200.00 *
Per Year Fees payable to RSNA
Equipment Fee $250.00 (per year)
Activity fee $20.00 (per year)
Technology Fee $200.00 (per year)
Student Fees Independently Paid for by Student
AANA Associate Membership $200.00 (one-time fee)
Malpractice Insurance $275.00 (per year)
Background check & drug screen $300.00 (one-time fee)
ACLS and BLS certification renewals (3rd year students only), cost depends on vendor
Required Books $2,300.00 (Approx) (one-time cost)
National Certification Exam $725.00 (Approx)
SEE Exam $160
Certification Exam $725.00 (Approx)
AHEC Housing $7.00 per night (clinical sites out of area)
* Review Course(s) vary based on provider.
Students are required to purchase their own textbooks, notebooks, lab coats, stethoscopes, nerve stimulators, and precordial stethoscope ear pieces. RSNA works with local merchants for the nerve stimulators and precordial stethoscope ear pieces and these fees are included under miscellaneous equipment. It is strongly recommended for students to purchase student liability insurance coverage through AANA Insurance. Students are also responsible for providing their own health insurance. A student health insurance policy is available through UNCG.
Students must provide their own living accommodations within a reasonable driving distance of the Raleigh metropolitan area.
If clinical site housing is unavailable, students are responsible for finding and paying for their own housing. AHEC housing is available at a first come-first serve basis.
Students are required to wear scrubs in the operating room. Scrubs will be furnished at the individual clinical site. Long white lab coats are worn over scrub clothes when leaving the operating room for meals, conferences or patient rounds.