Tuition and Fees

January - November 2017

Pre-enrollment fees


 Application (nonrefundable)   


 Test of Essential Academic Skills Exam (nonrefundable)


Sub Total 


SEMESTER I - 450 Clock Hours  



Lab Fee 


Textbooks & Electronic Resources - estimated        


ATI Complete


Uniforms/Equipment - estimated


Copying/Printing Fee
Student Activity Fee $25
Laptop computer estimate, if needed $500
Sub Total without laptop
SEMESTER II - 450 Clock Hours  



ATI Complete


Copying/Printing Fee

Student Activity Fee


Sub Total 


SEMESTER III - 300 Clock Hours  



Application for Licensure


*Graduation Fee

*Graduation Uniform


Sub Total 


Total Estimated Tution & Program Fees without laptop:


Total Estimated Tution & Program Fees with laptop:


Items with * cannot be paid with financial aid. An additional $200 will be needed for the NCLEX Exam after graduation.

Tuition payment plan

Tuition and fees are charged by semester, and due by August 15 and January 15 for the August class, and January 15 and May 1 for the January class. If your tuition and fees are not fully covered by financial aid or other funding sources, you  may enter into a Payment Plan agreement with IGH which divides your semester balance due into two payments each semester. Our Payment Plan is designed to assist those students who may find it difficult to pay the total tuition bill before the semester begins and/or would like to reduce the amount you need to borrow. The Payment Plan is usually set up during the required post-acceptance financial meeting and carries a $50 fee.

Tuition refund procedure

Students who withdraw from the Practical Nursing program before completion may be entitled to a full or partial refund of their institutional costs. (Due to restrictions from the school's suppliers, books and electronics cannot be returned to IGHSPN for credit.)

Any student eligible for a refund who receives Title IV federal financial aid (Pell Grant, Stafford Loan, FPLUS) must have her/his aid recalculated and a portion repaid to the federal government, as mandated by the US Department of Education.

Students who DO NOT receive Title IV federal financial aid are subject to the IGH Refund.

View the full Tuition Refund Procedure here.