2020-2021 academic year’s tuition and cost are now availbable.  Students may be responsible for additional course specific fees and student health fees, which can be found using the online course catalog. Testing Fees may be charged for the administration of tests, including Placement and Nursing exams.

What is a refund?

Remaining grant, loan or scholarship money after tuition, fees and book charges have been paid.

Excess Title IV funds occur when the total amount of Title IV aid disbursed to your student account exceeds charges for tuition, mandatory fees, room and board contracted by NCMC, and books/supplies as mentioned above. Federal regulations state that any federal funds disbursed to a student’s account in excess of allowable charges must be refunded to the student (or parent in case of an undergraduate PLUS loan) within 14 days.

Refund Information

Treatment of Financial Aid

Students should keep in mind that dropping/withdrawing from any course(s) could also impact the financial aid they have been awarded. NCMC is required to follow guidelines and regulations with regard to any financial aid awarded to a student. It is recommended that students access the following documents for further information on the guidelines and procedures for returning federal financial aid funds:

Billing Information

  • Student ID Numbers are located on the upper right side of the statement and being with “000”. Please have this available when inquiring about the account.
  • The only paper bill you will receive in the mail is the first bill of each semester (May, July, & November). All other billings for the semester will be in the form of an email reminder to your NCMC Pirate email account. Please note that if the bill needs to be passed on to a family member for payment, it will be your responsibility to do so.
  • The statement shows itemized charges and credits to the student’s account, including Financial Aid.
  • The “Payment Due” line automatically subtracts any pending Financial Aid. This is the amount that is actually due, although this amount is subject to change if the estimated Financial Aid does not become finalized
  • Students who are receiving outside aid (i.e. Vocational Rehabilitation or WIOA), must have paperwork to the Student Accounts Office prior to the first payment due date of each semester.
  • Students are responsible for setting up a payment plan if necessary.