Tuition and Fees

Application Fee

one-time nonrefundable
$25

Registration Fee

per semester nonrefundable
$75

Credit Hour Price

per credit
$300

Textbooks

Per course
Student responsibility (approx $80 per textbook)

Proctor/Testing

per course
Student responsibility ($25-$30 per final exam)

FEE SCHEDULE

Application and Registration fees are payable immediately. Tuition fees for courses must be paid before the first day of classes. Payment plans may be worked out with our Financial Office.  Transcripts are issued only to students who have fulfilled their financial obligations to Naaleh College.

For more information about Refunds and Cancellations, and other Naaleh College Policies, click here.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Need Based Financial Assistance

At Naaleh College, we believe that anyone should be given the opportunity of an excellent education, regardless of financial status.  Need-based tuition reductions are offered to eligible students upon submission of two years of income tax returns.  Our Financial Assistance Department reviews the returns, and based on income and household size, and any extenuating circumstances that may increase expenses significantly for the household, determines how much a student can afford. Level of education may play a role if the applicant is seeking a first degree. 

We offer up to a 50% reduction of tuition.  Naaleh considers the financing of education expenses to be the responsibility of students and parents, up to the level of their ability to contribute. Thus student and parent financial information are the primary components for the determination of need.

Merit Based Financial Assistance

Academic Accomplishment

Naaleh College appreciates the value of hard work and academic accomplishment.  A student with a combined SAT score of 1300 (Verbal + Mathematics score) or above is eligible for a 50% reduction of tuition.  Students who wish to apply for a general academic scholarship should submit official score reports to registrar@naalehcollege.com.

Dean's Scholarship

The Dean’s Scholarship is awarded to a select group of students who demonstrate a high motivation to succeed and a lack of previous opportunities to advance their higher education.  To apply for the Dean’s Scholarship, students should submit a 500-word essay describing their high motivation and lack of opportunity.  Their letter of recommendation should include rationale for their receipt of the Dean’s Scholarship.

Talmud Fellowship

A limited number of Talmud Fellowships are awarded annually to applicants who have studied Talmud at an advanced Talmud program for at least one year, and would like to pursue professional studies at Naaleh College.  Talmud Fellowships are awarded based on transcript evaluations and letters of recommendation from the Dean of the Talmud program. 

Naaleh Staff

As a gesture of appreciation to our staff and faculty members, Naaleh College waives all tuition for staff or faculty members who wish to study at Naaleh.  A 50% discount of tuition is awarded to dependents of staff or faculty members.

All scholarships and financial assistance packages refer to tuition fees only.  There is no reduction for other fees or textbooks. 

Email contact@naalehcollege.com for more information about applying for a scholarship or financial assistance.