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Short–term emergency loan assistance is available to those eligible students who are experiencing an emergency. Budgetary shortfalls such as paying rent/mortgage, utilities, car repair, etc., do not meet the definition of emergency status.
The emergency loan is considered a loan of last resort for those experiencing a true emergency. The maximum amount that can be borrowed is $500. A $10 loan-processing fee may be charged for each loan. Please contact the Director of Financial Aid to request an application to be considered. Students must also be in good academic standing and cannot borrow this loan in the final quarter of the academic year.
When students register for classes at NCNM , they incur charges on their account. Students are responsible for payment of all charges on their account by the due date, even if another party is paying the account.
Students experiencing financial problems in the payment of any tuition and fees are responsible for contacting the Business Office to make satisfactory arrangements.
Students are responsible for keeping NCNM informed of their current address, and should submit address changes to the Registrar’s Office immediately upon moving.
Students are responsible for formally withdrawing from classes they wish to drop. Students who fail to formally drop classes during the refund period are responsible for the tuition charges.
Any assessment or judgment against a student for damage to NCNM property, whether arising from a Student Conduct Code proceeding or a court action, shall be considered money due NCNM as if it were tuition. No transcripts or diplomas will be released to the student until the amount due the College has been paid. The Business Office may also block future registration.
NOTE: The college is not responsible for any loss of, or damage to, the personal property of a student.