|$100||REGISTRATION FEE non-refundable (domestic)|
|$175||REGISTRATION FEE non-refundable (international)|
|$299*||Monthly tuition for Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degree Programs|
|$500||Single course fee for non-degree seeking students – Undergrad|
|$499*||Monthly tuition for Master’s Degree Programs|
|$1,000||Single course fee for non-degree seeking students – Graduate|
|$50||Transfer Credit Evaluation Fee included in registration fee if enrolled in university. Non-refundable. Only official transcripts will be evaluated.|
|$100||International Transcript Evaluation Fee (per transcript if not in English) Only official transcripts will be evaluated.|
|$500||Course Retake Fee (scholarship undergraduate)|
|$1,000||Course Retake Fee (scholarship graduate)|
|$100||International Graduation (Additional cost is for international postage)|
|$50||Duplicate Diploma (Any additional shipping cost will be covered by the student.)|
|$15 per transcript||Official Transcript|
|$50||Returned Checks/Declined Credit Card Charge|
|$20||Late Monthly Payment Charges|
|$50**||Technology Fee (assessed per term)|
|$ 50-75***||Lab Fees (when indicated by course catalog)|
Tuition and fees do not include cost for books and study materials. Obtaining books and study materials for courses are the responsibility of the student. The best effort estimate cost of new textbooks and other materials per course are currently purchased at a price averaging $20-$170. Textbooks are not mandatory, and each course contains learning resources that cover course objectives.
*All tuition costs are applicable to the first course taken in each term. Any subsequent courses taken in the same term are taken at no additional costs or fees for the student, except student purchased textbooks.
**Technology fees are assessed to the student’s account upon enrollment each new term. This fee covers access to the ProQuest Library, Originality Verification Tools, Proctoring Services, and other learning resources. This fee is NON-REFUNDABLE.
***Varies per course and materials
NCU does not participate in federal or state financial aid programs. If you obtain a loan to pay for this educational program, then you will have the responsibility to repay the full amount of the loan plus interest, less any refund. New Charter University does not currently authorize the deferment of student loans obtained for schooling at other institutions.
If you are eligible for a loan guaranteed by the federal or state government and you default on that loan, both of the following may occur: (1) The federal or state government or a loan guarantee agency may take action against you, including applying any income tax refund to which you are entitled to reduce the balance owed on the loan. (2) You may not be eligible for any other federal student financial aid at another institution or other government assistance until the initial loan is repaid.