- All rates are per credit hour and in US dollars.
- See payment due dates for NPC college tuition.
- Read NPC's tuition refund policy.
- The Academic Calendar contains important registration dates.
- Find out about the e-Cashier Payment Plan.
- Current students can see their account balance and make payments in real-time by logging in to MyNPC and clicking the "My Registration" tab.
- Financial aid and scholarships are available. NPC does not participate in any federal student loan programs, including Stafford, PLUS, FFELP Perkins, direct or private loans.
Questions . Please contact the Records & Registration - Admissions Office at (928) 524-7459. | email
- Tuition Fall '20 & Spring '21, In-State
- Tuition Fall '20 & Spring '21, Out-of-State
|Credit Hours||Cost Per Semester||Credit Hours||Cost Per Semester|
|1||$40* (base rate $79/credit)||9||$360|
|8||$320||Additional Credits||$40 per credit|
|Credit Hours||Cost Per Semester||Credit Hours||Cost Per Semester|
|1||$380 (base rate)||9||$3,420|
|8||$3,040||Additional Credits||$380 per credit|
|Western Undergraduate Exchange||150 percent of in-state base tuition rate|
|College & Career Preparation (CCP) courses||50 percent of base tuition rate|
|Summer Session||50 percent of base tuition rate
(Does not apply to noncredit classes)
Only one 50 percent reduction applies to CCP courses
|Senior Citizens||Students 60 years of age or older, in-state or out-of-state, may qualify for a reduced tuition rate at 50 percent of the base fall and spring semester tuition rate. All other fees will be assessed at the full rate for students. The tuition reduction is NOT applicable for enrollment in noncredit seminars, classes, or programs. The reduced tuition rate may not be combined with any other tuition reductions available in a given semester.
To qualify, a student must meet the appropriate age qualification prior to enrolling:
Late Registration Fee
Late Registration Fee – Students registering for classes on or after the first day of the semester will be charged a $30 Late Registration Fee, which is non-refundable. Short-term classes will also have a late fee assessed if registering on or after the start date of the class.
Exceptions: There are a few exceptions in which the Late Registration Fee will not be applied. Students who meet the following criteria will not be assessed a Late Registration Fee during any point of the semester:
- Registering only for:
- AJS (Police Academy)
- ART 199 (1-credit only)
- All CCP
- IBEST/CON * Must be co-enrolled in CCP 106 or CCP 107, otherwise Late Fee applies. CON 101, 102, 111, 120, 126, 145, 228 & 229
- All COS
- All DOC
- ECD 198 & 199
- EDU 1-credit, 101, 102, 223 & 275 199-ISW Facilitator Refresher
- EMT 199 – Extended EMT
- ENL 201 & 202
- HPE 1-credit Yoga Classes – (101A, 101B, 101C)
- All ICT
- MUS 100, 118, 121, 123, 129, 155A, 200 & 287
- SPT 170, 171, 180, 199, 200, 201, 220, 230, 240, 265, 275, 199 – Play Production for Advanced Students
- POS 199, 221 & 222
- Registering only for noncredit courses (those with a course number ending with an x, i.e. AGR 099x).
- Registration is to replace a canceled class.
- Registration if the student is exchanging one previous course registration for another.
- Registering only for dual enrollment courses.
- Registering to Audit a class (AU).
- Independent Learning Contracts (ALU).
Petition to Waive Late Registration Fee
Northland Pioneer College's Assistant Registrar reserves the right to extend the registration period or waive the Late Registration Fee if circumstances reasonably beyond the control of the student caused the student to be unable to finalize their schedule. All waiver requests must be timely and not more than 10 business days after the start of the class. Documentation to support the student's claim is required.
This Late fee must be paid upfront until the petition to waive the late registration fee is either approved or denied. The late fee waiver will not be approved or denied via phone call or email, only by submitting the form.
- The Petition to Waive Late Registration Fee (PDF) is completed by the student.
- The form will include (but is not limited to) an explanation for the request and the name of the person requesting the waiver, as well as the student's name and identification number.
- Waivers may be issued when:
- The late registration was the result of an institutional error; or
- A student was actively engaged in military service, firefighting, law enforcement or other similar public service duties during the registration period and such duties precluded registration; or
- An unusual circumstance beyond the control of the student caused the student to be unable to finalize registration before the first day of class. (Additional documentation should be provided, i.e. supporting documentation of the circumstance, etc.)
- The completed Petition to Waive Late Registration Fee form may be turned in at a campus/center front office, mailed to the Records and Registration - Admissions Office, or sent via email to the Assistant Registrar.
- The Assistant Registrar will review Petition and accompanying documents. A decision will be made to approve or deny the student's petition based upon the facts presented.
- If approved, the Business Office will waive the late registration fee by crediting the petitioning student's account.
All students enrolling in three or more credits will be charged a $47* 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.
*Starts fall 2020. | 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.
PDF Chart of all 2020-21 Course Fees including Exceptional Fees. (2020-21 Course Fees)
|Ordered Online||$10 (Each)|
|Ordered Online On Demand||$15 (Each)|
|Ordered Online Transcript (sealed) Priority Delivery||$40 (Each)|
|Paper Transcript (sealed)
[3 – 5 business days for processing]
|Paper Transcript On Demand (sealed)
picked up at Holbrook Records & Registration Office
|Paper Transcript Priority Delivery (sealed)||$20 (Each) + Priority Rate Postage|
|Late Registration Fee (on or after first day of the semester)||$30|
|Credit by Exam||50% of in-state tuition rate|
|Credit by Evaluation2||50% of in-state tuition rate|
|Credit by Evaluation Fee (non-refundable)||$15|
|HESI Testing (Nursing Program test)||$44|
|NSF Check Collection (returned check)||$35|
|Replacement "Money Card" – ACTIVE OR INACTIVE Card||$10|
|Student ID Replacement Fee||$5|
|Library Service Fees - for a complete list, click here||Fax service, photocopies, computer printouts,
proctoring non-NPC academic tests
2. Evaluation of Learning Certifications from business, industry, government, military and non-regionally-accredited institutions without a waiver agreement
Listed below are some useful terms that will help you navigate NPC's tuition and fee information.
Tuition is a charge paid for instruction. It is based on the number of credit hours a student is enroll in. Each course at NPC is assigned credit hours and tuition is charged to the student based on the total number of credit hours enrolled in per semester. Some courses at NPC have zero credits assigned to them, but still may require a charge to take the class. Be sure to make your payment on time so you don't get dropped from your classes!
A fee is an additional charge on top of tuition for courses. NPC charges several kinds of fees for taking classes:
Late Registration Fee – Students registering for classes on or after the first day of the semester will be charged a late registration fee, which is non-refundable. Short-term classes will also have a late fee assessed according to the start date.
Exceptions: There are a few exceptions in which the late registration fee will not be applied.
See Late Registration Fee (under Late Registration Fee tab) for Waiver Procedure and Petition Form
Media Fee -- Every student who registers for three credits or more will be charged a 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.
Course Fee -- Some courses at NPC have additional fees covering supplies and materials used by students in the classroom. Please note that students may also be responsible for providing other supplies or tools in addition to these course fees.
Special Fee -- These fees cover a variety of other services, such as GED testing, credit by evaluation, online course offerings and others that do not specifically have to do with courses.
2020-2021 fee schedule (PDF)
A semester is a period of weeks during which courses are taught. NPC currently offers three semesters (Fall, Spring, Summer) of classes to its students. A semester is defined by dates on the academic calendar. Although most classes are taught on a semester basis, not all classes taught at NPC have to be started and completed during a semester, such as some internet courses.
Credit hours are units of academic credit assigned to courses. These credits can be combined together to earn an associate degree or certificate. Not all courses offered at NPC have credit hours assigned to them and may not be applicable to a degree or certificate.
An academic year consists of three semesters starting in the fall and ending in the summer. An academic year crosses over more than one calendar year. Example: 2020 - 21 academic year.
NPC's academic calendar contains key dates important to every student for all semesters within one academic year. Information contained on this calendar includes semester start and end dates, registration dates, college closure dates, graduation and more. These dates are for events college-wide, but may not list other important dates for students such as department or program deadlines.
FORMS OF PAYMENT
NPC accepts the following forms of payment: cash; credit/debit card through MasterCard, Discover, VISA; e-Cashier Payment Plan; cashier's check/money order; personal check* (must be pre-printed with the account holder's name, Arizona address and have a greater check number than 199).