Tuition and Fees

Schedule of Tuition and Fees

Student tuition and fees are due in full at the time of registration. Students are expected to pay all tuition and fee charges before attending classes. Payment can be made in person at the Business Office in the Student Community Center. Payments can be made with cash, check, debit or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover). Checks returned due to insufficient funds are subject to a returned check fee of $30.

It is the responsibility of the student to verify with the Financial Aid office that sufficient aid is in place to cover tuition and fee charges for the semester. For students that do not have financial aid in place and are unable to pay the full amount of tuition and fees before classes begin, we offer an online payment plan (FACTS) →. At the FACTS website, you can establish or view details of the payment plan. A 25% down-payment is required to enroll. If payment arrangements are not made prior to the first day of classes of the semester, students may be dropped for non-payment.

Schedule of Tuition and Fees

Tuition
Tuition Fee Per Credit Hour (In-State) $90
Tuition Fee Per Credit Hour (Out-of-State) $147
Tuition Fee Per Credit Hour (Off-campus) $99
Required Fees
Quality Improvement Fee (per credit hour) $7
Online Class Fee (per credit hour) $20
Student Activity Fee (per credit hour) $2
Academic Excellence Fee (per credit hour) $6
Optional / Program Fees
Nursing Fee (per semester) $120
Allied Health Fee (per semester) $70
Surgical Technology Program Fee (per semester) $150
Hospitality Program Fee (per semester) $50
Commercial Driver Training Institute (per semester) $1450
CDTI Equipment Fee (per semester) $300
Lab Fee (per lab course) $20
Nursing Testing Fee $100
Welding Certification Testing Fee $100
NEW Nursing Pre-Entrance Testing Fee $30
STEP-RN Entrance Testing Fee $40
Advanced Placement Fee $45
TEAS V Testing Fee $50
ACT Testing Fee $30
COMPASS Testing Fee¹ $10
Returned Check Fee $30
Payment Plan Fee $30
Nace I $65
DEPS $25
1 The COMPASS Test includes the following: three sections (math, reading and writing; students may retest by section (charge is $10 regardless of the number of sections taken during the retest); nursing students may retest one time for each application / selection cycle; there is no charge for concurrent high school students.

Tuition Waiver for Senior Citizens

Arkansas residents who are 60 years of age and older are entitled to attend college credit classes at Arkansas State University-Newport without a tuition charge. Proof of age must be presented at the time of registration. This waiver does not apply to non-credit classes, assessment fees, or any other fee collected by the university.


Refund of Tuition and Fees Schedule

Refunds must be claimed at the time of withdrawal through the Admissions Office and the Business Office.
This applies to both special and regular students.

Schedule of Refunds

Fall and Spring Semester Five-Week and Eight-Week Terms
First Week 100% 100%
Second or Third Week 60% None
Over three weeks None None
The refund schedule applies to the total tuition charge rather than the amount paid at the time of withdrawal.

Driver Training Institute Refund Policy

All of the tuition will be refunded if the student leaves
during the first eight days of enrollment. Thereafter, no refund will apply.

The student is responsible for all tuition and fee charges whether they attend class or not. Non-attendance of classes does not automatically drop or withdraw you from classes. Proper procedures for a drop or withdrawal must be followed.

Outstanding Account Balance Procedure

Students are responsible for all tuition and fees which are due and payable upon registration of classes unless a student has qualified for financial aid. Monthly statements are mailed to all students who have an outstanding account balance. Students with an outstanding balance on their account at the end of the term are placed on financial hold by the business office. This hold prevents the student from registering for another term so they can resolve their current balance.

If the student plans to graduate and they owe on their account, the registrar’s office will contact the student and request that they contact the business office in regards to their account before they graduate.

If any student continues to have an outstanding balance after a term, the balance will be considered delinquent and will be sent to the State of Arkansas to be deducted from their state income tax. If no payment is made after this process, the account balance will be sent to collections.


Commercial Driver Training Costs

Training Costs *

In State Tuition (4 week term; 7 credit hours) $616.00
Out of State Tuition (4 week term; 7 credit hours) $1008.00
Quality Improvement Fee (7 Credit Hours) $49.00
Academic Excellence Fee (7 Credit Hours) $28.00
Student Activity Fee (7 Credit Hours) $7.00
CDTI Fee $1450.00
Equipment Fee (Newport Campus Only) ¹ $300.00
Housing ² $400.00
Other Expenses:
(D.O.T. Physical, NIDA Drug Test, CDL Packet and Final CDL License)
Varies
*Expenses are subject to change without notice.
1 Due first day of class: two checks; appropriate amount for tuition and fees to ASUN and an equipment use fee of $300.00 to Northeast Arkansas Higher Education Charitable Foundation
2 Provided by outside sources. A $10 key deposit is due when checking into apartment that will be refunded after check out. (Furnish your own linen)

Outstanding Account Balance Procedure

Cash paying students will be required to pay the cost upon registration of the Commercial Driver Training program. Students who are sponsored by a third party will have their account credited for payment when the billing processes are complete and the paying entity makes payment for the sponsored student.

If a sponsored student is declined at any time, that student becomes responsible for the tuition due the University. Declined students must contact the business office in order to make payment arrangements which will be evaluated on an individual basis. Students unable to meet their obligation at this point may be asked to withdraw from the program.

Statements are periodically mailed to students with outstanding account balances. Students with an outstanding balance on their account at the conclusion of the program are placed on financial hold by the business office. This hold prevents the students from acquiring official academic records from this institution and/or registering for any additional classes until their account is cleared.

If any student continues to have an outstanding balance after the term, the balance will be considered delinquent and will be sent to the State of Arkansas to be deducted from their next year state income tax.
If no payment is made after this process, the account balance will be sent to collections.