Northwest College

Tuition, Fees, Scholarships

At Northwest College, we understand that studying abroad is a significant investment for you and your family. When you compare our cost of education with other U.S. institutions, you will see that we offer an excellent value for your money. 

www.xe.com is a very useful website to convert the cost of tuition to your local currency.

2019-2020 Estimated Costs for International Students
USD
Tuition/Fees (2 semesters with 15 credits per semester)1 $10,580
On-Campus Housing (based on standard double occupancy room)2 $3,510
Meal Plan (based on 220 meals per semester and $200 flex bucks)3 $3,670
Health Insurance Plan4 $1,330

Total for 2 semesters
This amount will be listed on your I-20 and must be listed in the Statement of Financial Support and shown on your bank statement.

Students should also budget for travel costs, books, and personal spending money.

$19,090


NOTE: All costs are subject to change without notification.

1 Tuition and Fees: International students are charged the nonresident tuition rate. The estimate above is based upon a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 20 credit hours per semester. International students are required to enroll in at least 12 credit hours per semester. Depending upon your program of study, you may also pay additional lab or course fees.

Students are required to pay for the entire semester's amount of tuition and fees by the first day of each semester. Payment plans are available. Failure to pay by the deadline will result in the withdrawal from all classes and termination of your I-20.  

Cost of On-Campus Housing There is an additional cost for a small single room, a super single room, suite single, and apartments. There is also an additional cost for housing during winter, spring, and summer breaks. 

3 Cost of Meal Plans

4 Health insurance is mandatory and all F-1 students will be enrolled in the Northwest College group policy. The cost of the insurance will be billed directly to the student's account.

Scholarships

Eligible first-year international students may apply for the Trapper Scholarship. Application instructions and additional information is provided for admitted students. 

Contact

Amanda Enriquez
Amanda.Enriquez@nwc.edu
Intercultural Program Manager
(1) 307-754-6424

OR

Kara Ryf
Kara.Ryf@nwc.edu
Intercultural Program Coordinator
(1) 307-754-6429