New England Baptist College (A Ministry of Central Baptist Church)


Financial Information

Summary of Costs and Fees

Application Fee

Six months in advance $25
Three months in advance $75
Within three months of enrollment $125

Tuition

Per semester (16 hrs. or less) $2,150
Under 12 hrs. cost per hour $180
Over 16 hours cost per hour $100
Audit cost per hour $80

Room and Board

Per semester $1,775
Summer cost per week $150

Comprehensive Fee

Per semester $575
Under seven credit hours $150

Part-time and full-time students pay the comprehensive fee. The fee covers, but is not limited to such things as: matriculation and registration costs, student ID cards, yearbook, library usage, computer network, student activities, etc.

Musical Instrument Fee (for students taking private lessons):

Per semester $25

Dormitory Deposit

A dormitory deposit of $100 must be sent to New England Baptist College by June 15th for students enrolling for the fall semester and by November 15th for students enrolling for the spring semester. This deposit will guarantee dormitory space and will be deducted from the student’s total bill at registration. The dormitory deposit is a non-refundable fee. After July 1st and December 1st, rooms will be assigned on a space available basis.

Total Estimated Cost

Per semester $4,400

Conditional fees may apply depending on the academic program and personal circumstances of the student. Contact the college office for specific details.

Financial Terms

The tuition/room and board total can be paid in full, in two payments, or in four monthly payments. The first payment will be paid, along with all fees and textbook costs, at registration. The remaining three payments will be paid on the first day of each ensuing month as follows:

1st semester 2nd semester
1st payment Registration Registration
2nd payment October 1st February 1st
3rd payment November 1st March 1st
4th payment December 1st April 1st

A late fee of $30 will be assessed if the account is not current by the 10th of each month. Students may be asked to leave college if their accounts are more than one month in arrears.

Textbooks, laundry, and incidental personal expenses are approximately $300 per semester. Please note that payment for textbooks should be received at registration.

Refunds

After official withdrawal from classes has been made through the Registrar’s Office, a refund request must be submitted in writing to the Financial Office. The date of withdrawal will be the last date of recorded attendance as identified by the Registrar’s Office. The parent or guardian must make the request if the student is a legal dependent.

If a student does not begin classes, any tuition and room and board payments will be refunded in full; however, the application fee and dorm deposit will not be refunded. The refund will be made within 30 days after the receipt of the written notice of withdrawal.

Students who are dismissed from college will be responsible for the entire tuition for the semester.

For evening and summer school sessions, students who attend the first class meeting commits to the full tuition for the course. A student will not receive a refund after the first class begins.

The following charges will be made in cases of withdrawal from college after the first day of classes:

Tuition

During the first week of classes 25%
During the second week of classes 50%
During the third week of classes 75%
After three weeks of classes 100%

Room and Board:

Charges will be based on the length of the student’s stay. All fees will be charged and are non-refundable.

Scholarships and Financial Aid:

Scholarships and financial aid are available only to students who qualify for these benefits. Students should submit the Application for Financial Assistance and/or the Request for Work Scholarship.

Pastor’s Children Scholarship: $4,000

($500 per semester for eight semesters)

This scholarship is offered to the children of pastors who are presently living in the pastor’s home and are under the age of twenty.

Missionary’s Children Scholarship: $8,000

($1,000 per semester for eight semesters)

This scholarship is offered to the children of active missionaries who are presently living in the missionary’s home and are under the age of twenty.

Full-Time Christian Worker’s Children Scholarship: $4,000

($500 per semester for eight semesters)

This scholarship is offered to the children of active full-time Christian workers who are presently living in the Christian worker’s home and are under the age of twenty.

Pastor’s Scholarship: $1,000

($125 per semester for eight semesters)

This scholarship is given to pastors who can present it to a deserving young person who has a desire to prepare for the Lord’s service.

Preacher Boy Scholarship: $1,000

This scholarship is provided by Ralph and Deborah Mastrianna in loving memory of their son, Mark Mastrianna, who went to Heaven at the tender age of three. The scholarship is awarded each year by the administration to an upper-class pastoral studies major who shows a determination to serve the Lord in a Baptist Church ministry. The scholarship will be awarded during the graduation ceremony. No application needs to be submitted.

Valedictorian Scholarship: $2,000

($250 per semester for eight semesters)

This scholarship is given to the student who has achieved academic excellence as signified by being the valedictorian of his/her senior class. This student must enter college the next fall after graduation for this scholarship to be valid.

Salutatorian Scholarship: $1,000

($125 per semester for eight semesters)

This scholarship is given to the student who has achieved academic excellence as signified by being the salutatorian of his/her senior class. This student must enter college the next fall after graduation for this scholarship to be valid.

Work/Study Scholarship: up to $2,150

This scholarship is offered to students who desire to work on campus in order to subsidize college expenses. Various opportunities are available with hours from five to twenty-five per week. Students who need to earn more money than these opportunities provide are encouraged to look for employment off campus. There are a limited number of these scholarships available.