Aug 16, 2018  
Student Catalog 2016-2017 (Archived) 
    
Student Catalog 2016-2017 (Archived) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Fees



ALL FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ACTION OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Applicants should anticipate an increase in Tuition and Fees.

Tuition and Fees will be published in applicable class schedule booklet.

All FEES DUE UPON REGISTRATION

*TUITION (Based on day or evening classes and 12 or more semester hours)
  Residents of Mississippi

$1,250.00

  Residents of other states $2,375.00
  Residents of foreign countries $2,525.00
  TOTAL TUITION MUST BE PAID BY THE FEE PAYMENT DATES LISTED IN THE CLASS SCHEDULE BOOKLET. The college offers a plan allowing deferred payment of tuition for students who cannot meet this requirement. Contact the Business Office for complete details on the Deferred Payment Agreement.
REGISTRATION FEES (Non-refundable)  
  Full-time students (12 or more semester hours) $36.00

 

Part-time students (Less than 12 semester hours) $3.00 per hour

 COURSE MATERIALS FEE (per course, if applicable)

For most courses with a course materials fee, this fee includes all course materials, including e-textbooks, except some science courses which may require the purchase of an additinal lab manual (available only in the Northeast Bookstore).

TECHNOLOGY/ACTIVITY FEE

$40-$150

 

 

$50.00

IDENTIFICATION CARD

$15.00
*Per semester fees for full time university parallel, technical and vocational students. Includes all costs of matriculation, student activities, laboratory, library, instructional, and publication fees
ON-LINE CLASS FEE $30.00
  (Per on-line course)  
PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS  
  Music Majors  
  Per two (2) hour course $60.00
  Per three (3) hour course $75.00
  Non-Music Majors  
  Per one (1) hour course $60.00
  Students who enroll in private or individual music lessons from Northeast faculty will be charged the private music lesson fees in addition to the costs of other tuition and fees. Students enroll in one (1), two (2), or three (3) hour per week individual music lessons. The classes are conducted for the entire semester. Fees for private lessons will help the College recover a portion of the costs for providing individual instruction. The cost differential is because music majors are required to take classes in individual instruction.
AUDIT  
  ($125 per semester hour plus out-of-state fees if applicable)  
CHALLENGE EXAMINATION  
  NUR 1118 $55.00
  NUR 1229 $60.00
  (A transcription fee of $15.00 per credit hour is charged for challenged or exempted NUR or PNV credit.)  
CLEP AND AP CREDIT  
  (Per course) $15.00
COLLEGE WITHDRAWAL PROCESSING FEE  
  (Fee may be waived for extenuating circumstances) $10.00
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND/FINGERPRINTING $50.00
  (For Health Science Students)  
MALPRACTICE INSURANCE $15.00
  (For Health Science Students)  
PARKING PERMIT (Annually) $30.00
DEFERRED PAYMENT ARRANGEMENT FEE $25.00
  Late fee is 10% of payment due.  
PART-TIME STUDENTS (Day, Evening, and Summer Tuition)  
  Mississippi ($138.00 per hour) Out of State ($263.00 per hour)
RETURNED CHECK FEE $30.00
SENIOR CITIZENS (62 and above)* $0.00
  *Tuition only-must pay all other associated enrollment fees.  
TESTING CONTRACT $60.00
  (Per year for A.D.N. students)  
X-RAY BADGES (per year) $75.00
  (For Dental Hygiene Technology and Radiologic Technology Program Students)  
   
   

Dormitory and Meals

Students that select to live on campus must pay dormitory and meal charges in addition to charges for tuition and fees. Students that pre-register for the upcoming semester must pay tuition, fees, dormitory, and meal charges, if applicable, in accordance a schedule to be determined each semester.

Students that register during the published general registration dates must pay tuition, fees, dormitory, and meal charges on the day of registration.

Registration is completed and students are officially enrolled in college after tuition and fees are paid.

Each dormitory resident is required to purchase a meal ticket each semester.

Dormitory Rent Per Semester:
  Mississippi Hall $800.00
  Wood and Yarber Halls $750.00
  Murphy and White Halls $670.00
    A limited number of private rooms are available on the third floor in Murphy Hall for female students only. Please contact the Residential Housing Office at (662) 720-7311 for additional information and availability.
      Private room with semi-private bath $950.00
      Private room with private bath $1,105.00
 
Meal Costs Per Semester:
The following Meal Plan options will be offered for the 2016-2017 Academic year.
  4 Day Meal Plan $980.00
  7 Day Meal Plan $1,190.00
  Lunch Only Meal Plan (4 Day M-Th) $285.00
     

Dormitory residents must pay the total entrance fee by in accordance ith a schedule to be determined each semester. A deferred payment plan may be set up for dormitory residents.

Room deposit of $100.00 will be refunded provided reservation is cancelled two weeks prior to registration for the fall or spring semester.

Fee Payment

Registration is not complete and a student is not listed on the class roll until tuition and fees are paid. Payment must be made at the Business Office. Payment may be made by cash, check, charging to approved financial aid (scholarship, PELL grant, etc.), and/or credit card. Payment may be made via Internet by utilizing Tigerline. Partial payment may be made in accordance with the following guidelines. Students must contact the Business Office to complete registration and lock-in their schedule.

Deferred Payment Agreement (Payment Plan): If a student is unable to pay the full cost of tuition and fees at the time of registration, the college offers a Deferred Payment Arrangement (payment plan). Students should contact the Business Office for details. The Deferred Payment Arrangement option allows students to make a minimum payment of 35% of the total Tuition and Fees upon registration. The remaining balance will be due in three equal installments on a schedule to be determined each semester. Students must sign the Deferred Payment Agreement agreeing to the payment plan and their commitment to pay the remaining balance in installments by the due date.

A late fee of 10% of the late payment amount is charged if a payment is not paid in full by the due date.

A $25 Administrative Fee will be charged on all Deferred Payment Arrangements and must be paid in addition to the down payment.

Collections: Student accounts that are unpaid at the conclusion of the semester of enrollment will be forwarded to an external agency for collection. Students with unpaid balances will have their records placed on “hold” and may not register for future terms or receive a transcript of grades until all balances are paid in full.

Returned Checks: Students with unclaimed Returned Checks will be prosecuted in accordance with Mississippi Law.

Tuition Pro-Ration

Tuition Pro-Ration Policy. A student who officially withdraws from all classes within a semester may obtain a tuition pro-ration in accordance with the tuition proration policy. It is the student’s responsibility to complete the withdrawal process in accordance with College Policy.

  1. Tuition Refund Policy:
  Fall & Spring Semesters Percentage Refund Summer Terms
  Prior to First Class 100% Prior to First Class
  Through First Week 75% Through Second Day
  Through Second Week 50% Through Third Day
  Through Third Week 25% Through Fourth Day
  After Third Week 0% After Fourth Day
  1. All student fees are non-refundable.
  2. Refunds on student meal tickets shall be on a pro-rated basis according to the schedule below. The identification card of a dormitory student serves as the meal ticket. The identification card will be surrendered to the Office of Event Planning and Residential Services when the student withdraws from the dormitory. A student must officially withdraw from the dormitory before refund calculation will be made.
  3. Refunds on student dormitory charges shall be pro-rated according to the schedule below. Students must officially withdraw from the dormitory by submitting a completed housing withdrawal form to the Office of Event Planning and Residential Services before refund calculation will be made.
  4. A student may request an appeal for a fee refund by submitting in writing a request for a hearing before the refund committee consisting of the Executive Vice President, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Instruction, and the Director of Enrollment Services. The decision of the refund committee is final.

Refund of Room and Board Fees Schedule

In order to be eligible for a refund, a student must officially complete the residence hall checkout procedure. The following scale applies to room and board refunds:

During the 1st week 90%
During the 2nd - 3rd week 80%
During the 4th - 5th week 70%
During the 6th week 60%
During the 7th 50%
During the 9th 40%
After the 10th week 0%