Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid
Tuition and Fees
Students enrolled in NTEN courses are students of Montana State University. Please see the Montana State Online tuition and fees chart for information on tuition and fees for NTEN courses.
NTEN courses offered through Montana State University may be eligible for financial aid if you are admitted to Montana State University and enrolled in a degree program. NTEN certificate students are not eligible for financial aid.
For information about financial assistance, please visit MSU's Office of Financial Aid.
Deferred Fee Payment Plan
The Deferred Fee Payment Plan is an installment loan available for qualified applicants who are unable to make full payment of current semester tuition and fees on regular fee payment day.
Health insurance fees
Health insurance is required whenever a student is enrolled for six or more academic credits, and you may be automatically billed for health insurance through MyInfo. If you have your own insurance, you may waive participation in the student policy via MyInfo after you register. View the detailed instructions.
If you are unable to waive the fees online or have any questions about the student health insurance plan, call the Student Health Insurance office at (406) 994-3199.
Students with fewer than six credits may be eligible to purchase coverage depending on your enrollment circumstances. For more information, call (406) 994-3199 or visit the Student Health Insurance plan site. From here you can access details on the student Blue Cross Blue Shield policy, including current rates.
Student ID card fee
You might notice that you have a $15 charge on your account for an MSU Student ID card. Since this program is an online program and you will not need to come to campus, you can have this fee waived by contacting the Cat Card office at (406) 994-2273.