TUITION AND GENERAL FEES
Effective Fall Semester, 2014, tuition and general fees are $149.60 per credit hour. A full-time student taking 12 credit hours per semester would pay $1795.20 per semester in tuition and fees. Two semesters of classes would cost about $3590.40. Your actual costs will vary depending on how many credit hours your classes are worth. Books are not included in tuition and fees.
In State Students *
Out-of-State Students and International Students *
* All fees are subject to change by action of the North Central State College Board of Trustees.
16 or More Credit Hours
In-State Students add an additional $149.60 per credit hour. Out-of-State Students and International Students add an additional $299.20 per credit hour.
All students will be assessed a fee for each course contact hour that exceeds the credit hours for which they have registered. Contact hour fees are based on the college program and type of course, and are subject to change without notice.
Laboratory fees are assessed for the costs of supplies and materials used in selected courses. These fees are subject to change without notice.
The College has a policy of scheduled refunds for students who withdraw from credit courses during a standard academic term. (NOTE: Recipients of financial aid who withdraw from all classes should refer to the Return of Title IV Funds Policy in the Financial Aid section of this catalog.) Refund and withdrawal dates are listed on the class schedule on the web site under each individual course. 100% and 50% refund amounts are determined by the percentage of course completed based on the beginning and ending dates for each course. Flexibly scheduled courses have individual refund and withdrawal dates.
The Office of Student Records is responsible for assuring that each student at North Central State College has the proper residency status. The fees charged to students are based on the student’s residency. Residency information is available at the Office of Student Records. Students may apply for a change in their residency status through the Office of Student Records. Applications for a change in residency status must be submitted, along with all required documentation, no later than one week prior to the first day of the semester in order to be considered for that semester. Applications received after this date, if approved, will take effect for the subsequent semester.