New Hope Christian College
Don't allow financial concerns to keep you from God's calling on your life. When God calls you to do something, He will also provide a way.
At New Hope Christian College, 100% of our students receive some type of financial aid - in the form of scholarships, grants, or federal student loans.
Our scholarships are renewable for 4 years! Once you qualify, you continue receiving the scholarship until you graduate so long as you continue meeting the minimum requirements.
Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) today to be considered for financial aid. NHCC’s FAFSA code is #015167.
For additional information and FAFSA resources visit the U.S. Department of Education's Financial Aid Tool Kit.
Our goal is to make Christian Education at the collegiate level affordable. We are committed to helping students pursue their college education with a Biblical World view. A study conducted in 1994 showed that approximately 52% of students who attended public institutions ended up not identifying as "born again" or stopped attending church altogether. Our faculty and staff are committed to investing in the academic and spiritual growth of each student. When you walk across the stage to receive your diploma, we want you to have a firm understanding of who you are in Christ and how to walk out your faith with love and confidence.
At NHCC, faculty and staff mentor students to God's very best; the Bible is woven into the fabric of everything we do, from doing devotions to intramural competitions or performing community outreaches. The culture of NHCC is truly what sets us apart - we love because He first loved us.
Students are provided opportunities to grow academically and spiritually as the Lord equips them for the calling He has on their lives.
FULL-TIME STUDENT COSTS: 12-16 CREDITS
Cost of Attendance
The following is the average yearly cost for a typical dormitory student.
Tuition & Fees: $16,600
Shared Room & Board: $7,300
Total = $24,600
(*Costs subject to change each school calendar year. Private Lesson fees are not included; Creative Arts students are required to take one private lesson per semester.)