Link to 2013-14 Tuition Information
General NPC Fees
All students enrolling in 3 or more credits will be charged a $35 Media Fee per semester.* This fee is used to help offset the cost of media services that are available to ALL NPC students such as computers, audio and video equipment, electronic library resources and Internet. Please note this is a general fee and additional fees may apply to specific courses offered at NPC.
*Summer will be charged as one semester even if more than one
session is offered.
Some courses at NPC have instructional fees covering supplies and materials used by students in the classroom.
A typical fee ranges from $15 to $35. Students may also be responsible for providing other supplies or tools. Some courses require higher-than-usual fees to cover special circumstances and materials. Examples of such fees are: Administration of Justice Studies, Computer Information Systems, Cosmetology; Nursing; several Emergency Medical Technology courses, Firefighter I and II, and others.
Chart of all Course Fees including Exceptional Fees
Other Special Fees
|Official Transcript (sealed)
|Official Transcript On Demand (sealed)
at Holbrook Records & Registration Office
|Official Transcript Next Day Delivery (sealed)||$20 each + postage|
|Replacement "Money Card" – ACTIVE Card||$21|
|Replacement "Money Card" – INACTIVE Card||$10|
|NSF Check Collection||$25|
|Late Registration Fee (on or after first day of the semester)||$25|
|Credit by Exam||50% of in-state tuition rate|
|Credit by Evaluation3||50% of in-state tuition rate
|Credit by Evaluation Fee (non-refundable)||$15|
|Delinquent Account Charge||$10 per month|
|HESI Testing (Nursing Program test)
|Library Service Fees - for a complete list, click here||Fax service, Photocopies, Computer printouts,
Proctoring non-NPC academic tests
* GED fees through December 31, 2013
1. Includes a $20 Arizona State Surcharge Fee
2. Includes up to three (3) tests per academic year
3. Evaluation of Learning Certifications from business, industry, government, military, and non-regionally-accredited institutions without a waiver agreement