Tuition & Fees

Fall 2017 Tuition

$71 per credit hour (Boone County)

$96 per credit hour (Arkansas)

$121 per credit hour (Contiguous Counties — Barry, Ozark, Stone and Taney counties in Missouri)

$169 per credit hour (Out-of-State)

 

Fees (*indicates a mandatory fee)

*Activity Fee — $3 per credit hour

*Student Services Fee — $2 per credit hour

*Safety & Parking Fee — $3 per credit hour

*Technology Fee — $12 per credit hour

*Student Government Fee — $1 per credit hour

CDL Class A Fee - $200

ACCUPLACER Test Fee - $6

Health Professions Program Fee – $28 per Health Professional course credit hour (Radiologic Technology, Surgical Technology, Emergency Medical Science, Registered Nursing, Practical Nursing, Medical Lab Technician, Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy and Certified Nursing Assistant program courses)

Insufficient Check Fee – $15

Late Registration Fee — $25

Science Lab Fee – $8 per Science Lab course credit hour (Course prefix of AGRI, BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, or PHSC)

Technical Program Fee - $25 per Technical program course credit hour (Course prefix of AST, CAD, CEO, CIT, CRT, CT, ET, HVAC, MT, & TECH ~~ excludes Truck Driving, Welding, all Northark Tech Center Courses, and courses ET 1001 and ET 1002).

Truck Driving Program Fee – $1,800 per program (Courses at regular tuition rates, based on residency)

Welding Fee – $25 per Welding course credit hour

Welding Certification Fee – $100 (Courses WLD 1184, WLD 2505, WLD 2605, WLD 2705, and WLD 2805)

North Arkansas College offers a Golden Ager waiver of general student fee charges for senior citizens 60 years of age or older in compliance with A.C.A. §6-60-204:

When any person sixty (60) years of age or older is admitted and enrolls as a student in any state-supported institution of higher learning in this state, the Board of Trustees of the institution or other appropriate institutional officials shall waive all the general student fee charges for each student on a space-available basis in existing classes. Fees will be waived only for courses organized to grant credit and recognized by the Department of Higher Education for credit.

Bookstore

Please note that expenses for books and supplies required for courses are additional out-of-pocket costs for students. Students are responsible to purchase required books and supplies via awarded financial aid or personal payments. Books and supplies expenses are separate from tuition and fees, and thus, should not be included with tuition and fee payments. Expenses for books and supplies are estimated to be $300 to $900 per semester, depending on the availability of rental options verses purchase prices, and depending on a student’s major and class load.