|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|
All first time students receive free tuition their first year at New England Baptist College. (Learn More)
|Summer cost per week||$150|
|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, library usage, computer network, student activities, etc.
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.
Conditional fees may apply depending on the academic program and personal circumstances of the student. Contact the college office for specific details.
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|
|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.
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:
|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%|
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 are available only to students who qualify for these benefits. Learn more.