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Visiting the Northeast campus will prove one of the most important decisions you make during your college selection process. Pictures may be worth a thousand words, but you will find nothing like stepping onto campus and feeling the spirit and positive energy that abounds at Northeast.

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Tuition and Fees

Northeast strives to make higher education affordable for its students. Current tuition and fees are listed below to help you estimate your total college costs. Be sure to thoroughly explore all of the Financial Aid pages to learn about scholarship and loan opportunities that may be available to help fund your education. All tuition and fees are subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees. Applicants should anticipate an increase in tuition and fees. All fees are due upon registration.

Housing Options

The College provides comfortable and safe residence halls for students who wish to live on the campus. The college has five multi-level residence halls for male and female students.  Living in the residence halls provides the ultimate college experience: growing and learning with like-minded students in a fun, yet safe, environment.  Everything you need — classrooms, labs, food, the Student Union, and the Eula Dees Library are all within a 5-minute walk.

Financial Aid

The four main types of aid include Federal Student Loans, Grants, Scholarships, and Work Study. Federal Student Loans require repayment. Federal and Mississippi-based Grants are awarded on a needs basis and do not need to be paid back. Scholarship awards are based on performance and major. Work Study is also a great way to help pay for your education while working part-time on campus.

Important Reminders

Suspended or excluded students may request reinstatement to the College without the typical one semester of non-attendance. Students seeking early reinstatement may request an appointment with the Vice President of Instruction, who will decide the status of readmission to the College. The Vice President of Instruction will consider extenuating circumstances offered by the student, their current GPA status, the potential for remediation and academic correction, and the recommendation of the student's advisor as to the basis of a decision to readmit.

Students may receive conditional readmission for one or two semesters at the discretion of the Vice President of Instruction. Students must achieve a semester GPA of 2.0 or higher on all academic work attempted during the conditional reinstatement period. The decision of the Vice President of Instruction is final.

Students are notified of their academic standing via email at the end of each semester.