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Program Selected: Fundamentals of Architecture - Certificate

  • Tuition: $2,572.00
  • Books: $398.00

Estimated Total: $2,970.00*

*This is your estimated total cost for the full academic program based on in-state residency.

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What about other expenses?

Room and board, transportation, and personal expenses should also be considered when planning your college costs. Use the Net Price Calculator tool to quickly estimate your full cost of attendance.  

What is included in my cost of attendance?

Your total cost of attendance includes program tuition, fees, books, other supplies, room and board, transportation, and personal expenses.   

Living with my parents or family?

The estimated cost of attendance (COA) is an estimated budget that includes categories of expenses that a student can expect to incur while attending college.

Estimated COA does not necessarily reflect actual charges. 

Full Time = 12 or more credits  3/4 Time = 9-11 credits  1/2 Time = 6-8 credits  LTHT = 1-5 credits

Living with Parents (2022-2023) Fall/Spring


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$4,960

$3,720

$2,480

$1,240

Books and Supplies

$2,200

$1,650

$1,100

$550

Room and Board

$4,000

$4,000

$4,000

$0

Personal Expense

$2,500

$2,500

$2,500

$0

Transportation

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

Total Budget (9 Month)

$16,060

$14,270

$12,480

$4,190

Living with Parents (2022-2023) 8 Week Session


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$2,480

$1,860

$1,240

$620

Books and Supplies

$1,100

$825

$550

$275

Room and Board

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

$0

Personal Expense

$625

$625

$625

$0

Transportation

$600

$600

$600

$600

Total Budget 

$5,805

$4,910

$4,015

$1,495

Living with Parents (2023-2024) Fall/Spring


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$4,960

$3,720

$2,480

$1,240


Federal Student Loan Fees (Actual)

 
$86$86$86$0

Books, Course Materials, Supplies, & Equipment 

$2,200

$1,650

$1,100

$550

Living Expenses

$4,052

$4,052

$4,052

$0

Miscellaneous Personal Expenses

$2,500

$2,500

$2,500

$0

Transportation

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

Total Budget 

$16,198

$14,408

$12,618

$4,190

Living with Parents (2023-2024) 8 Week Session


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$2,480

$1,860

$1,240

$620


Federal Student Loan Fees (Actual)

 
$43$43$43$0

Books, Course Materials, Supplies, & Equipment 

$1,100

$825

$550

$275

Living Expenses

$1,013

$1,013

$1,013

$0

Miscellaneous Personal Expenses

$625

$625

$625

$0

Transportation

$600

$600

$600

$600

Total Budget 

$5,861

$4,966

$4,071

$1,495

Living on your own (or with a roommate) on campus or off campus?

The estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimated budget that includes categories of expenses that a student can expect to incur while attending college.

Estimated COA does not necessarily reflect actual charges. 

Full Time = 12 or more credits  3/4 Time = 9-11 credits  1/2 Time = 6-8 credits  LTHT = 1-5 credits

Living On-campus or Off-campus (2022-2023) Fall/Spring


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$4,960

$3,720

$2,480

$1,240

Books and Supplies

$2,200

$1,650

$1,100

$550

Room and Board

$8,800

$8,800

$8,800

$0

Personal Expense

$2,500

$2,500

$2,500

$0

Transportation

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

Total Budget (9 Month)

$20,860

$19,070

$17,280

$4,190

Living On-campus or Off-campus (2022-2023) 8 Week Session


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$2,480

$1,860

$1,240

$620

Books and Supplies

$1,100

$825

$550

$275

Room and Board

$2,200

$2,200

$2,200

$0

Personal Expense

$625

$625

$625

$0

Transportation

$600

$600

$600

$600

Total Budget 

$7,005

$6,110

$5,215

$1,495

Living On-campus or Off-campus (2023-2024) Fall/Spring


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$4,960

$3,720

$2,480

$1,240


Federal Student Loan Fees (Actual)

 
$86$86$86$0

Books, Course Materials, Supplies, & Equipment 

$2,200

$1,650

$1,100

$550

Living Expenses

$9,616

$9,616

$9,616

$0

Miscellaneous Personal Expenses

$2,500

$2,500

$2,500

$0

Transportation

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

$2,400

Total Budget 

$21,762

$19,972

$18,182

$4,190


Living On-campus or Off-campus (2023-2024) 8 Week Session


Full Time

3/4 Time

1/2 Time

LTHT

Tuition and Fees

$2,480

$1,860

$1,240

$620


Federal Student Loan Fees (Actual)

 
$43$43$43$0

Books, Course Materials, Supplies, & Equipment 

$1,100

$825

$550

$275

Living Expenses

$2,404

$2,404

$2,404

$0

Miscellaneous Personal Expenses

$625

$625

$625

$0

Transportation

$600

$600

$600

$600

Total Budget 

$7,252

$6,357

$5,462

$1,495



Resident and Non-Resident Tuition

How is tuition calculated for residents vs. non-residents?

Tuition is calculated differently for Wisconsin residents and non-residents. Tuition is set each spring by the Wisconsin Technical System Board, while fees for books and supplies vary by program.  

Wisconsin Residents 

Tuition and minimum fees: $163.30 per credit; books and other supplies not included. 

  • Associate of Arts and Associate of Science transfer courses (course numbers that start with 20): $209.60 per credit; books and other supplies not included.
  • Minnesota residents enrolled full-time at NWTC are considered Wisconsin residents for tuition purposes. 
  • Michigan residents of Bay de Noc and Gogebic Community College Districts and the counties of Gogebic, Iron, Dickinson, Menominee, and Delta will pay $5.00 extra per credit. 

Nonresidents 

Tuition and minimum fees: $236.40 per credit; books and other supplies not included. 

  • Associate of Arts and Associate of Science transfer courses (course numbers that start with 20): $304.05 per credit; books and other supplies not included.
  • International students are considered non-residents for tuition purposes. Learn about paying for college in the U.S.

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