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Paying for College

Paying for College

What if you could earn a degree and follow your dreams – without amassing major student debt? If that’s your goal, then you’re in the right place.

You can afford college.
Here’s how:

Grants, scholarships, work-study jobs, low-interest loans, payment plans – all are ways to make college affordable.

What’s the smart first step? Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you don’t, you could miss out on affordable loans and grants (which don’t have to be repaid!). Completing the FAFSA only takes about 30 minutes, and we can help you fill it out.

Get Started on your FAFSA

Compare the Cost

Compare the Cost

NWTC: $152 per credit (in-state tuition)

4-Year Public University: $328 per credit (in-state tuition)

For-Profit College or University: $435 per credit

Private College or University: $1,647 per credit

Tuition and minimum fees for 2019-2020 academic year; in-state tuition for NWTC and four-year public university. NWTC per-credit cost is based on lecture courses only.

Funding Sources

Financial aid - Obtain low-interest loans, get a work-study job, or receive grants you don’t have to pay back.

Scholarships - Over $500,000 in scholarships is awarded to new and current students every year!

Promise Scholarship - If you’re a qualified high school senior, you could be eligible for Promise, a program that helps pay for tuition and books.

Ways to Pay

People Who Will Help You

Paying for college can be stressful and confusing! But you can do this. We’re here to help.

More Funding Sources and Ways to Save

Get Credit for Prior Learning

The learning you have gained from previous classes or life experience may eliminate the need for certain classes, which can save you time and tuition. 


Apprenticeship is an earn-while-you-learn program in which employers pay students to work and learn a trade.

Use Your Military Benefits

Work with our Veterans Services Staff to learn how to take advantage of state and federal tuition assistance programs.

Connect With Your Employer

Many companies will pay for part of their employees’ education. Contact your employer for details.

Your future is within reach! Contact us today.

Call Enrollment Services: (920) 498-5444 or (888) 385-6982.