Tuition & Fees
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Students will no longer receive emailed statements (or bills) beginning with the spring 2014 semester. Students will receive notification at their NWACC email address when new statements are available online through TouchNet eServices.
Payment Due Date is always the week before classes start. Check the Academic Calendar for up-to-date information.
Payment for the Spring 2014 semester is January 7, 2014 by 6:00 PM.
Students must have financial aid posted to their account, a payment plan established, or their account paid in full to avoid being dropped for non-payment.
After payment due date, January 7, 2014, students who register by each Friday must pay in full or set up the payment plan using E-Cashier by 6:00 p.m. the following Monday, or they will be dropped from their classes.
Registrations through certain periods may not receive a bill before payment due dates.
Cash, check, certified funds, and all major credit cards are accepted forms of payment.
Payment Plans are available online.
Third Party Payee:
If a third party (employer or a government agency) will be paying tuition and fees on behalf of a student directly to NWACC, a letter of authorization to invoice the employer or agency must be received in the Treasurer's Office by the student's published payment due date. Any part of the tuition and fees not covered by the third party must also be paid by the published payment due date. The Treasurer's Office must have a letter of authorization to invoice the employer or agency for each semester. Note: An individual may not be invoiced as a third party.
The letter of authorization to invoice should contain the following:
· Student's name
· Student's social security number or student ID number
· Third party name and address (letterhead is sufficient)
· Detail of covered expenses (tuition, fees, etc.) Maximum dollar amount
· Semester covered by third party
If the letter of authorization is not received by the published payment due date, the student will be responsible for the balance in full. Any charges not approved or paid by the third party will be placed back onto student's account, as all charges are the responsibility of the student.
GOLDEN AGE WAIVER
Waiver forms are available online or at the Treasurer's Office located on the second floor of the Student Center.
Students who are an Arkansas resident, are 60 years of age or older and show proper proof of age, and meet admission requirements are eligible to have their tuition and general student fees waived. This waiver is limited to credit courses on a space-available basis. The "Golden-Age Waiver" form must be completed each semester and turned in to the Treasurer's Office prior to registering for classes. Students taking advantage of the waiver are allowed to register three business days prior to the start of the term. This waiver does not cover text books, class supplies, or course related fees.
IN-DISTRICT TEACHER WAIVER
Waiver forms are available at the Treasurer's Office located on the second floor of the Student Center.
Tuition only will be waived for students who are currently employed as full-time Arkansas certified teachers in the Bentonville or Rogers School districts. This waiver is limited to credit courses. The "In-District Teacher Waiver" form must be completed each semester and turned in to the Cashiers Office along with a verification letter from School District or copy of current contract by the published payment due date.
This Waiver is for NWACC Employees Only. Employee waiver forms are available online. The "Employee Waiver" form must be submitted each semester by the published payment due date. The Human Resources Office will verify qualifying employees & their spouse/dependent(s).
If a check made payable to the college is returned by the student's bank for any reason, the student's records will be placed on "HOLD" and the student will be charged a returned check fee of $25 for each returned check.
The NWACC Treasurer's Office will notify the student by phone and by letter if a check is returned on a student account. The student's records will remain on "HOLD" until the student pays the amount of the returned-check plus the $25 returned check fee with either: cash, cashier's check, money order, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa. If payment is not made to the college within 10 business days, the matter may be referred to the Benton County Prosecutor's Office. If you have more than one check returned, the college will refuse to accept checks from you.
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