Online tuition and fees
The following tuition and fee rates apply to students who are enrolled in an online program.
Online learning costs
|Master of Education/Education Endorsements||$325/credit|
|Bachelor of Science, Nursing (RN to BSN)||$325/credit|
|Bachelor of Arts, Early Childhood||$325/credit|
|Student teaching (required for some endorsements)||$325/credit|
|Coaching Authorization||$470 total|
|Undergraduate general education courses (not part of an online degree program)||$470/credit|
|Technology fee, full-time student||$100/semester|
|Technology fee, part-time student||$75/semester|
NO application fee
Continuing your education is more than a time investment. Below are a few resources that may help you finance your bachelor's degree, master's degree, or endorsement online with Northwestern College.
Contact an enrollment counselor for more information on specific scholarships and grants available.
Students in online programs may be eligible for federal and/or state financial aid. To determine your eligibility, you must:
- Complete the FAFSA. Northwestern's institutional code is 001883.
- After acceptance into your program, Northwestern's financial aid office will put together a financial aid package for you.
You can either pay each semester’s tuition in full prior to the start of classes or sign up for our convenient monthly payment plan that spreads your payments over 10 months for the entire academic year or over 5 months for one semester. Enrollment in the monthly payment plan costs $25/semester, and no interest is charged unless a payment is late.
If payment is not made on the date it's due, the entire balance becomes due and interest of 1% per month (12% per year) will be charged to the student's account. Students who fail to make payment may be denied access to classes (face-to-face and online), Blackboard, computer usage and campus facilities. Diplomas, transcripts and credentials will be withheld until all accounts are settled.
The application for the monthly payment plan is available through MyNWC.
Many different lenders provide additional loan funding to help students cover college costs. Before pursuing a private loan, first consider your grants, scholarships, and federal student loans. You may qualify for a private loan even if you don't qualify for a federal loan. No FAFSA is required to apply.
T.E.A.C.H Early Childhood Scholarship
T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Scholarship
Educators pursuing a bachelor's or endorsement in early childhood may be eligible for a T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Scholarship. For information or to apply, visit the T.E.A.C.H. website.
A TEACH Grant can help you pay for your masters if you teach or plan to become a teacher in a high-need field in a low-income area. Our master's programs are approved for the TEACH Grant. You’ll be required to teach for a certain length of time in a high-need area, so it's important to understand your obligation.
For more information about the grant requirements visit the TEACH Grant website.