New Charter University operates on 12-month terms and charges a monthly tuition rate per degree level. Undergraduate programs like an Associate’s or a Bachelor’s degree cost $299 per month for students enrolled in a degree program or $300 per course for non-degree seeking students. Graduate programs cost $499 per month for students enrolled in a degree program or $1000 per course for non-degree seeking students.
We don’t offer U.S. Federal financial aid, but we do offer a variety of scholarships.
As part of our effort to lower our overhead and reduce costs and pass the savings on to our students, we don’t participate in the U.S. Federal Title IV financial aid program. What does this mean for you? No financial aid = no student loan debt.
Please note that Title IV loans obtained before attending New Charter cannot be deferred via enrollment at the University.
How the Billing System Works
At New Charter University, our entire mission is to make your education as financially manageable as possible. Please consult your student advisor for details.
Is there a limit on the number of courses I can take in a term?
For degree-seeking students, NCU’s policy allows students to register for up to four courses in a term, however, it is strongly recommended that one course is taken and completed at a time. (Exceptions to the number of courses taken in the term are at the discretion of the Academic Dean.) Students may not start a course less than four weeks from the end of the term.