Registration is currently underway for summer and fall classes at Northwestern State University, where flat-rate tuition is available for online learners. eNSU, Louisiana’s first electronic campus, offers accommodating class schedules, personalized instruction, military benefits and financial aid to those who qualify.
Early registration for the 11-week summer session is through May 19. Students taking classes in the eight-week session can register through June 2. Early registration for first four-week summer session is available until June 2 and through June 30 for the second four-week session.
Registration for the fall semester is available through Aug. 16. Late registration will be held Aug. 17-25. Fall classes start on Aug. 17.
Last month, Northwestern State moved to online and alternate course delivery for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester amid COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.
With NSU’s flat-rate tuition for students who attend NSU exclusively online, undergraduates pay $375 per credit hour up to 12 hours and $100 per credit thereafter. Graduate students pay $475 per credit hour up to nine hours and $100 per credit hour thereafter. Internet-only students do not pay any out-of-state fees.
Northwestern State, ranked a Top Military Friendly University, offers financial military financial options that include a competitive tuition rate of $192 per credit hour for active duty, reservist, retirees and their dependents. NSU also recognizes various tuition assistance programs such as Military TA, Montgomery GI Bill, Post-9/11, and MyCAA. Information on Northwestern State’s military services is available at nsula.edu/military.
NSU’s College of Nursing offers a flat rate of tuition and fees for Registered Nurses who would like to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Students pay a flat rate of $6,750, which includes tuition and fees, for 30 credit hours of nursing courses in NSU’s RN to BSN program. The flat rate tuition cost of $225 per credit hour also applies to the general education courses that some students may need.
Northwestern State’s School of Education charges a flat rate for students in the PREP program, an accelerated alternate certification program for professionals who would like to become certified to teach at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. Students are charged a flat rate of $5,040 in tuition and fees for 18 graduate hours of education courses in three alternate certification programs. Upon completion, students will be eligible for 12 hours to transfer into the Master of Education program in Curriculum and Instruction.
NSU offers 40 online degree programs plus more than 85 online options for individual concentrations, certificates and specialized credentials.
With early registration for summer and fall semesters underway, NSU continues to reach out to prospective students. Virtual tours and other helpful videos have been added to the university’s social media channels. Registration information is available at http://www.nsula.edu/registrar.
For more information on eNSU, visit nsula.edu/ensu.