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Learn. Lead. Succeed
Your potential is what we believe in—and invest in. It’s why we froze tuition at the 2015-2016 level (and raised it less than 1% over the last 5 years). And it’s why we’re providing more aid than ever before. In fact, once you add up all funding sources, you may find we cost a lot less than you thought.
¹ The cost of textbooks is not included in tuition charges. Textbooks are purchased separately from the Nichols College Bookstore. Students may be eligible to obtain a book voucher from Student Financial Services. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our book voucher program.
² Residency changes during the term:
All Resident students are required to have a meal plan. A Commuter Meal Plan is also available. Contact email@example.com for more information.
*Fees may be waived.
Massachusetts State Law requires that students who attend college full-time pay a health insurance fee. You may qualify to waive this fee. Under state law, every student enrolled in at least a 75% full-time course load must participate in a qualifying student health insurance program or in a health benefit plan with comparable coverage. Massachusetts State Law requires students carrying 9 or more credits be enrolled in a qualified health insurance program. To enroll in the Nichols plan or submit a waiver, please complete the corresponding form at University Health Plans.
Statements are available electronically prior to the start of the semester and are due on the following schedule (subject to change):
There are many ways to pay your statement charges:
Our withdrawal policy explains the official process to withdraw from Nichols College including the refund percentages and time frames. Students who are considering withdrawing should initially contact Katie Moulton, Associate Director of Enrollment & Retention, at 508-213-2402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.