This mandatory charge is assessed for all day and evening scheduled credit courses. The in-state day tuition portion of your bill is remitted to the state of Massachusetts. The remainder is used to help defray the costs associated with general operations of the college.
This mandatory charge is assessed for all day and evening scheduled courses regardless of residency category and is used to help pay for a variety of academic services, equipment, supplies, and technology expenses.
High Costs Course Fee
This mandatory non-refundable fee is assessed on specific courses, based on lab component, special equipment, technology, specialized software, or additional personnel, such as laboratory technicians or clinical coordinators, to support instruction. The three levels of fees that are assessed depend on the expenses involved in a course. View the high cost course listing.
This mandatory non-refundable fee is charged to help fund the vast technology changes and upgrades, and the backlog of facilities projects and operational needs.
This mandatory fee is a non-refundable administrative fee is charged for all day and evening credit courses. It is charged for processing your enrollment and registration.
This mandatory non-refundable fee is assessed for online and hybrid courses and is used to help defray the costs associated software and training for online classes.
Student Activity Fee
This mandatory non-refundable fee is assessed if you have at least one day scheduled credit courses in both the fall and spring semesters only and is used to support student activities including concerts, guest speakers, orientation, graduation, clubs, and special events.
iHealth Credit Courses Fee
The iHealth programs at NECC are designed for students to be successful in a Health Profession career by providing a more convenient, efficient and supportive environment. The fees for these courses are due to the expenses associated with the use of simulation mannequins and other supplies.
Student Health Insurance Fee
Student health insurance coverage is a state requirement for all students enrolled in nine (9) or more credits hours. For insurance purpose, courses comprising the nine credits must be taken concurrently. Learn more about student health insurance.
There are other fees associated with attending NECC, such as course material, malpractice and test fees. These fees are assessed base on the program of study or course requirement.