Jun 14, 2024  
ARCHIVED 2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
ARCHIVED 2020-2021 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Student Expenses

Statement of Charges: 2020–2021

Students enrolled for six or more credit hours in a semester are classified as full-time students for that semester. All other students are classified as part-time students. Student status is critical when determining financial aid eligibility.

The following fee schedule is applicable to the 2020–2021 academic year. The College reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time without prior notice.

Some or all instruction for all or part of Academic Year 2020-2021 may be delivered remotely or via a hybrid model. Tuition and mandatory fees will remain at the published rate regardless of the method of instruction and will not be adjusted in the event instruction occurs remotely or via a hybrid model for any part of the Academic Year.

Tuition and Fees:

Degree Programs

   Per Credit Hour
Master of Arts in Higher Education Leadership $789
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies $789
Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership $789
Master of Arts in Professional and Creative Writing $789
Master of Arts in Sport Leadership $789
Master of Athletic Training $600
Master of Business Administration $879
Master of Education in Educational Leadership $598
Master of Education in Instructional Coaching $598
Master of Financial Management $879
Master of Human Resource Management $879
Master of Nonprofit Management and Leadership $766
Master of Occupational Therapy (2019-2021 Cohort) $821
Master of Occupational Therapy (2020-2022 Cohort) $837
Audit Fee (per credit hour) $190
Project/Thesis Continuation Fee $450

Certificate Programs

Certificate in Creative Writing $789
Certificate in Financial Management $879
Certificate in Human Resource Management $879
Certificate in Trauma Informed Educational Practices for Children and Adolescents $598


Because North Central College contracts with faculty and staff and incurs other expenses in advance of the academic year, a refund formula has been established to reflect the equitable sharing of the loss when a student withdraws from classes. Refunds due to official withdrawal, suspension or dismissal will be made on the following basis:

Tuition — A student who officially withdraws from the College or a course(s) may receive a full or partial refund (credit) according to the following schedule: Refund Schedule (Graduate) .

A current schedule with specific effective dates is published in advance of each semester. The date of withdrawal is established by the student’s completion of all official steps for completing the process and will be based on the date that the Registrar’s Office records the withdrawal. If a student withdraws from the College or any courses at any time without having completed the official process, no refund/credit will be made. Non-attendance in a class does not automatically withdraw the student from the course. The appropriate paperwork must be turned in to the School of Graduate and Professional Studies to be recorded. The College reserves the right to modify the refund schedule as circumstances may dictate.