Tuition And Fees
Tuition and fees are determined periodically by the College Board of Trustees. NCCC charges tuition and fees on a per credit hour basis. Fees are charged to maintain and enhance technology, physical facilities, scholarship opportunities, and student life. In addition, certain classes have special fees assessed to help defray the cost of materials and supplies. For a current list of tuition, fees, and special fees, see the class schedule or contact the business office. NOTE: Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.
Payment Of Tuition And Fees
Payment Due Dates
Students should be prepared to pay tuition and fees on or about July 25 for the fall semester, January 2 for the spring semester, and May 15 for the summer sessions. Students enrolling after these deadlines must pay at the time of enrollment, or have financial aid and/or scholarships in place to cover their entire balance.
Certain courses, such as allied health courses which fill quickly, require payment at the time of enrollment.
Installment Payment Plan
NCCC also offers a convenient installment payment plan. Students who wish to use this option are required to log into their myNEOSHO account and enroll in the online payment plan. There is a $35 user fee for this service per semester. The payment plan allows the student to divide their balance into multiple payments. The $35 payment plan fee is required at the time of enrollment. Students can have up to five monthly payments, depending on how early they enroll in the online payment plan. The payment plan option is not available for the summer sessions, or intersession classes. NCCC accepts VISA, MasterCard, AMEX and Discover. No academic records, such as transcripts or other information, will be released to students or other educational institutions until all financial obligations to NCCC are met in full.
If a check made payable to NCCC is returned for any reason, a returned-check fee of $30 will be charged for each returned check. The student will be notified at their current student address if a check is returned. If the payment is not made to the College within ten days, the matter may be referred to a collection agency. The student’s records will be placed on hold until the returned-check fee and all outstanding NCCC financial obligations have been paid. Once a student has a returned check, the College will accept only cash, money order, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX or Discover as payment.
For more information, contact accounts receivable at 620-432-0339.
Books And Supplies
Rental textbooks, purchased textbooks, and school supplies are available at the NCCC bookstore, located in the Student Union on the Chanute campus and on the Ottawa campus. The College bookstore also carries basic school supplies, College logo items such as mugs, hats, clothing and many other items. A full range of food and drink options are also available. Both bookstores accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. In Chanute, the bookstore is open daily Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The Ottawa bookstore hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Chanute campus phone number is 620-432-0400, in Ottawa call 785-248-2836 or 888-466-2688 (KS only).
A textbook rental system is used at NCCC. The fee for the textbook rental is charged to each student’s account and most textbooks are available. This system saves the student several hundreds of dollars each semester. The books that are rented are distributed through the NCCC bookstore and must be returned to the bookstore no later than 3:00 p.m. the Monday following the completion of a course or when a class has been dropped. If the book(s) are not returned on time, a late fee will be charged to the student’s account and all grades and transcripts will be placed on hold until the fine has been paid.
Not all textbooks are available to rent. Lab books, computer books, workbooks, class notebooks, allied health and nursing books, among others, are not available for this service. Please check with the bookstore to see if books are available for rental or must be purchased.
Books may be picked up, ordered, and/or purchased through the Chanute and Ottawa campus bookstores or online at http://bookstore.neosho.edu/home.aspx. VISA and MasterCard cards are accepted. The Chanute campus phone number is 620-432-0388, in Ottawa call 785-248-2836 or 888-466-2688 (KS only).
Transcripts of work completed at NCCC are provided to other institutions of higher learning or any other entity of a students’ choosing. A student must go to our website www.neosho.edu, click on Transcript Request, and then proceed to Ordering Transcript Online. Click on Chanute or Ottawa Campus Clearinghouse Site to order your transcript. If you wish to physically pick up a transcript, select hold for pick up. The fee is $7.50 per transcript and can be paid by debit card or credit card. Transcript requests will not be processed until all obligations to the institution are met in full.
Institutional Refund Policy
The registration office has been designated as the official office for withdraw notification. Refunds are calculated based on the day a student officially drops a class by contacting the registration office in person, by mail, or e-mail.
If NCCC exercises its right to cancel a class, a full refund will be issued.
If a student has completed registration in a class and wishes to withdraw from a class or classes in which he/she is enrolled, the student refund will be based on the following:
- 100% refund if the completed drop form is received by the registration office within 1% to 13% of the business days in the class period.
- No refund will be given after the refund period. A specific date for the end of the 100% refund period for each semester will be published in the enrollment management calendar for that semester.
If a student is withdrawn administratively from a course, there will be no refund given.
The Vice President for Student Learning or Dean for the Ottawa and Online campuses may authorize exceptions to this policy.