Welcome to the NAC Net Price Calculator!

Disclaimer: While our IT Department and Financial Aid Office staff are collaborating to provide the most useful NAC Net Price Calculator, please keep in mind that the results of this calculator are only estimates and neither represent actual awards nor guarantee any amount of actual financial assistance. Students must complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to qualify for or receive an actual financial aid award that includes federal grants, loans, or work-study assistance under Title IV.

General information



Household circumstances

Because the student is not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you can skip this step.

Parent financial information

Incomes and taxes

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The adjusted gross income, or AGI, appears on

  • IRS Form 1040 line 37, or
  • IRS Form 1040A line 21, or
  • IRS Form 1040EZ line 4.

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This amount is the total of FAFSA/SAR lines 91.a to 91.f:

  1. Education credits (American Opportunity, Hope or Lifetime Learning tax credits) from IRS Form 1040 line 49 or IRS Form 1040A line 31.
  2. Child support paid because of divorce or separation or as a result of a legal requirement, not including support for children in parents' household.
  3. Parents' taxable earnings from need-based employment programs, such as Federal Work-Study and need-based employment portions of fellowships and assistantships.
  4. Parents' taxable student grant and scholarship aid reported to the IRS in parents' adjusted gross income. Includes AmeriCorps benefits (awards, living allowances and interest accrual payments), as well as grant and scholarship portions of fellowships and assistantships.
  5. Parents' taxable combat pay or special combat pay.
  6. Earnings from work under a cooperative education program offered by a college.

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Assets

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Because the student has been classified as independent, you can skip this step.
Because the student is not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you can skip this step.

Student and spouse financial information

Incomes and taxes

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The adjusted gross income, or AGI, appears on

  • IRS Form 1040 line 37, or
  • IRS Form 1040A line 21, or
  • IRS Form 1040EZ line 4.

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This amount is the total of FAFSA/SAR lines 43.a to 43.f:

  1. Education credits (American Opportunity, Hope or Lifetime Learning tax credits) from IRS Form 1040 line 49 or IRS Form 1040A line 31.
  2. Child support paid because of divorce or separation or as a result of a legal requirement, not including support for children in student's household.
  3. Taxable earnings from need-based employment programs, such as Federal Work-Study and need-based employment portions of fellowships and assistantships.
  4. Taxable student grant and scholarship aid reported to the IRS in the student's adjusted gross income. Includes AmeriCorps benefits (awards, living allowances and interest accrual payments), as well as grant and scholarship portions of fellowships and assistantships.
  5. Student's taxable combat pay or special combat pay.
  6. Earnings from work under a cooperative education program offered by a college.

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Assets

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Because you are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you can skip this step.

Merit considerations

SAT and ACT scores

Enter the highest score the student has earned on the SAT or ACT, if applicable.

Other

Your estimated net price

Tuition and fees
Room and board
Books and supplies
Transportation and other expenses
Cost of attendance
Federal grants
Federal loans
NAC scholarships and grants*
Student/family contribution
Remaining need
*100 percent of North American College freshmen receive institutional grants.