Tuition & Financial Aid


The CRNA program’s average annual cost is $54,000. The 90-credit program is three years in length with an estimated total cost of $162,000.

We’re committed to making our CRNA program as affordable as possible. A financial aid counselor will walk with you through each step of the financial aid process to ensure you receive all the assistance that’s available.

The board of trustees reserves the right to adjust charges at any time, after giving due notice. No changes will be made during a semester, nor, unless special circumstances make such action necessary, will changes be made during a given academic year.

Financial Aid

Virtually every George Fox student who can demonstrate financial need is offered federal funds to assist in meeting the cost of attendance.

As you explore what it will cost to enroll in the CRNA program, you’ll discover there is a real difference between the total cost of your education (tuition, books, fees, etc.) and the amount you’re expected to pay. Financial aid reduces the gap between the two.

Check out the steps involved in the financial aid process. Although not every step is required for all students, it’s important to complete those required for your situation.

Outside Scholarships

External scholarships are also available for CRNA students. They must be counted as part of your total financial aid award and be reported to your financial aid counselor in MyGeorgeFox (George Fox login required).

There are many scholarship opportunities for students from sources outside George Fox University. Visit our Scholarship Resource Center for information on finding outside aid to help pay for your education.


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