We understand the cost of college is expensive. NPC has developed a plan to help you and your family better prepare for the cost of your education and provide an incentive to help you graduate on time.
Beginning Fall 2015 semester, NPC is implementing a tuition guarantee for all continuously enrolled students. The NPC Tuition Guarantee means that your tuition rate will be locked until the completion of your degree or certificate as long as you continue to meet the tuition guarantee criteria.
A student must meet the following criteria to maintain eligibility for the NPC Tuition Guarantee.
For More Information
Review our FAQs or contact the Student Accounts Office for more information about the NPC Tuition Guarantee.
Frequently Asked Questions
|If I am in a tuition guarantee rate, but fail to meet the criteria after my first year, am I allowed to re-enter at a new rate?||Yes, any student that's tuition is guaranteed at a specific rate and is removed due to not meeting the tuition guarantee criteria is allowed to re-enter at the current rate of tuition, as long as you continue to maintain eligibility.|
|Does it matter if I have financial aid or scholarships?||No, the tuition guarantee applies to all eligible students regardless of the payment method you use.|
|Do I have to fill out a form or sign up for the plan?||No, your tuition rate is locked as soon as your eligibility is verified and will remain locked as long as you continue to meet the tuition guarantee criteria.|
|I'm already enrolled in classes, am I eligible for the tuition guarantee?||Yes, all eligible students may take advantage of the tuition guarantee. For students already enrolled, your tuition rate will be locked for the remainder of your semesters beginning in Fall 2015 as long as you continue to meet the tuition guarantee criteria.|
|What if I take classes over the summer semesters?||Students who enroll in summer terms will receive the same tuition guarantee rate as long as you continue to meet the tuition guarantee criteria.|
|What if I need to take one regular semester (fall or spring) off for any reason?||Students who do not have continuous enrollment from fall to spring or spring to fall will lose eligibility for the NPC Tuition Guarantee.|
|What if I withdraw from one or more of my courses?||If you withdraw from a course(s), you may continue to be eligible for the tuition guarantee as long as you complete a minimum of six (6) semester credit hours each fall and spring.|