Northrise University offers quality education at very competitive and affordable fees. In addition, NU offers three (3) payment plans to give students alternatives in the way they pay for tuition fees, thereby help ease the financial pressure. Take advantage of these and more Tuition and Financial options to create a financial plan that provides convenient ways to pay for your tuition, other fees and educational expenses.
Please read and understand the terms and conditions that apply for each particular payment plan and ensure that you make your payment before the payment due date. Contact the accounts office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on the following payment options offered:
This is a plan where students pay for their course (s) in full at the beginning of each Semester or Study Period (SP), including courses taken during double up periods for the Center for Professional Studies (CPS).
Tuition will be paid per Study Period based on the tuition fee amount, the number of courses to be taken in an AY, and the duration of the course. For example, for AY 2011, CPS students are supposed to take 9 courses at a fee of K1,075.00 per each three-credit course, over 6 SPs. The total tuition for the AY comes to K9,675.00. When this amount is prorated over the 6 SPs of the AY, students would pay K1,612.50 (K9,675.00/6 SPs) in each SP regardless of whether they are doubling up or not.
This payment plan allows you to make payments in Three (3) installments and the breakdown is as follows;
First Installment: 34% of the total invoice (To be paid before classes commence).
Second Installment: 33% of the total invoice (5th week on a Thursday )
Third Installment: 33% of the total invoice (10th week on a Thursday) .
Should you have questions, do not hesitate to contact the accounts department on email@example.com
Under this option a student pays half of the tuition fees for the course(s) at the beginning of each course. The other half is required in the 4th week of the course for CPS. If a student fails to pay by the 4th week, they would not continue with the course, forfeit the fees paid so far (to cover the classes attended up to this point) and the course would need to be redone. This payment plan is applicable to DAY scholars as well. The only difference is that they are required to pay the second half of the fees in the 7th week just before the mid semester exams. Further, this option is not available should a student fail to make the required half tuition payment before the beginning of each course. Consequently, such a student is mandated to follow the Full Tuition (FT) Payment Plan for the Study Period or Semester in question.
Academic Year 2020 Fee Schedule
The link below leads to a document that highlights tuition and other fees for Academic Year 2020. Click the link for a comprehensive list of fees, please download the AY 2020 Fees Schedule and Refund Policy
Follow the payment process below to make your tuition and other fees payment with convenience.
Once you make the bank deposit, please bring the original deposit slip (make a copy if you need to retain one) and present it at the Reception at NU. You will be issued with a receipt which you must retain for your records. For all “Onsite” students, your registration is incomplete if the Receptionist is not in possession of the bank deposit slip.
For Online and International students , please scan and submit your bank deposit and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on deposit procedures and bank account details, click here.