Tuition, Fees, and Living Costs Analysis

UndergraduatePer Credit HourEarning After GraduationComparison
For the academic year 2021-2022, the undergraduate tuition & fees at National Park College is $4,550 for Arkansas residents and $5,000 for out-of-state students. It has been decreased by -9.00% for Arkansas residents and decreased by -19.74% for out-of-state rates compared to the previous year. Its in-state undergraduate tuition and fees is a little bit higher than the average amount ($4,128) and its out-of-state undergraduate tuition and fees is much lower than the average amount of similar schools' tuition ($8,919 - public Associate's - Public Rural-serving Medium).
The 2023 estimated undergraduate tuition & fees for National Park is $4,141 for Arkansas residents and $4,013 for out-of-state students. It is an estimated costs based on the last two years' tuition change rate and It may differ from the actual costs.
It has been decreased by -9.00% for Arkansas residents and decreased by -19.74% for out-of-state rates compared to the previous year.
National Park Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
YearIn-StateOut-of-StateOn Campus Room & Board, Other Expenses
2020-2021$5,000 $6,230$9,192
2021-2022$4,550$5,000-
Change % 2021-2022-9.00%-19.74%-100.02%
2022-2023$4,141$4,013$0
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Data source: 2021-2022 tuition - NCES(National Center for Education Statistics (Last update: July 22, 2022)
Cost estimates for 2022-2023 are based on last year's rate of change.
The below table describes the cost per credit hour for part-time students and/or full-time students who take additional courses more than regular credit hours at National Park. The undergraduate tuition per credit hour is $90 for Arkansas residents and $100 for out-of-state students.
Per Credit Hour Charge (2021-2022)
YearIn-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate2020-2021$100$137
2021-2022$90$100
2022-2023$81$73
The 2022 costs per credit hour has been officially published by IPEDS and 2023 costs is estimated based on the change rate of last two years.
The next table summarizes the average earning by years after graduation from the school. After 6 years of graduation, the mean earning is $24,900 and, after 10 years of graduation, the mean earning is $28,100 for National Park College graduates.
Mean Earning After Graduation By Time
TotalMaleFemale
6 Years After Graduation$24,900$26,300$24,100
7 Years After Graduation$24,900--
8 Years After Graduation$26,600--
9 Years After Graduation$27,600--
10 Years After Graduation$28,100$30,900$26,700
The next table compares the tuition & fees between National Park College and its similar schools. The similar schools are based on factors such as school type, level, and rivalry schools.
Tuition Comparison between National Park College and Similar Schools
In-StateOut-of-State
National Park College$4,550$5,000
NorthWest Arkansas Community College$2,656$4,096
University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College$5,670$6,900
Arkansas State University-Beebe$2,928$4,656
Arkansas State University-Newport$2,856$4,320
University of Arkansas Community College-Morrilton$3,216$3,456

Tuition, Fees, and Living Cost Tables and Charts

Next tables and charts illustrate the 2022 tuition, fees, books & supplies, and living costs in detail. We provide the previous 5 years' costs so that you can check the increased amounts of each cost item and estimate future year costs. In addition, you can check the financial aid amount including grant, scholarship, and federal student loans for the last five years. Use the left menu to explore the tuition and college costs information at National Park College.
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National Park College 2022 Costs of Attendance
In-StateOut-of-State
Tuition and FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs Tuition & FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$4,550$6,230-$2$5,000$6,230 -$2

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