MBA Program Information

Tuition/Fee Information

Fall 2015 (M115), Winter 2015 (M216), Spring 2016 (M316), Summer 2016 (M416)

Graduate Fee

  • Graduate Resident Fee: $278.85 per credit hour
  • Graduate Non-Resident: $651.60 per credit hour
  • Graduate MSEP**: $348.56 per credit hour

Additional Fees

  • Student service fee – Graduate: $4.05 per credit hour for all students
  • Technology Fee: $8.80 per credit hour
  • MBA Differential Fee: $26 per credit hour
  • Repair and Rehabilitation Fee: $2.60 per credit hour
  • Facility Fee: $3.55 per credit hour

Students who register late will be charged a fee of $25.00 per course to a maximum of $100.00.

**MSEP (Midwest Student Exchange Program)

 NOTE: All bills will be online only. There will be NO paper bills. An email will be sent telling you that the bill is available.

Things You Must Do to avoid cancellation of your enrollment:

*Students receiving Financial Aid must first accept their awards and their aid must be processed before continuing.

Confirm Your Enrollment & Accept Fees

Confirm that you will be attending PNC

  • From the PNC Home Page, click on My PNC
  • Log in with your career account.
  • Then click on Student Banner
  • Select Confirm Enrollment (You must confirm by the Invoice Due Date)

NOTE: If your student account balance is $0; you still need to Confirm Enrollment & Accept Fees.

Pay Tuition and Fees by the Invoice Due Date

We offer a variety of payment options.

Save time and Pay On-Line: You may pay online or enroll in the Installment Payment Plan through you’re My PNC account. Accepted methods of payment are: Electronic Check (Requires a valid bank routing number and account number for a personal checking or savings account. Sorry, No Corporate Accounts accepted.) or Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover).

***Click on “My PNC”, Log in, select Student Banner, select Manage My Account. This will open a new browser window which will allow you to see your bill, initiate a payment, enroll in an installment payment plan, create a refund profile, add Authorized Users to your account, and to set-up payment methods for future use.

Pay in Person at the Bursar’s Office: We accept Cash, Personal Check, Cashier’s Check, Money Order, Pin Debit cards, Visa and MasterCard credit cards.

Pay by Mail: Bursar’s Office, Purdue North Central, 1401 S US Hwy 421, Westville, IN 46391. Please do not send Cash. When paying by mail, please mail a Personal Check, Cashier’s Check or Money Order made payable to “Purdue University North Central”. (Please allow 7 days for the mail.)

Installment plan: MBA students may only enroll in the “MBA Payment Plan” online through their My PNC account. View plan online for details.  A Finance Charge of 8% APR is applicable based upon enrollment in the plan.  A $18.50 late payment fee will be assessed if the remaining Installment Plan payments are paid later than 10 days after the due date.

DO YOU HAVE FINANCIAL AID? Do you have Grants, Student Loans, Scholarships or other forms of Tuition Assistance?

You may view your financial aid information, if already logged in, by selecting Financial Aid Awards on the Student Banner page.

Disbursement of Financial Aid Refunds or Tuition Refunds Due to Withdrawals:

Funds are disbursed by two options:

  1. Direct Deposit – This is the safest and quickest way to have your EXCESS funds deposited. They are put directly into a U.S. checking or savings account. An e-mail notice will be sent indicating the direct deposit of your excess funds has been made. (See instructions below)
  2. Check – Note: All checks will be printed at Purdue West Lafayette and mailed to the Purdue North Central Campus. Students will have to appear in the Bursar’s Office during business hours, with a Photo ID and will have to sign for their check before it will be released.

You may sign up for direct deposit by logging on to My PNC, then select Student Banner, then select Manage My Account. A new browser window will appear. Select Create a Refund Profile, then select Payment Profile. Make sure you check the “Refund Option” box after filling in your information.


Schwarz Hall, room 127


8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Fridays
The office closes at 4:30 when classes are not in session
Summer Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Phone: (219)785-5337 or (800)872-1231 ext. 5337


Purdue University North Central
Bursar’s Office
1401 South US Highway 421
Westville , IN 46391-9542


  • Fall (M115) Friday, September 4, 2015
  • Winter (M216) Monday, November 30, 2015
  • Spring (M316) Friday, February 26, 2016
  • Summer (M416) Friday, May 27, 2016


Registration & Course Schedule Changes may be processed through your advisor or by completing a drop card in the Registration Office, Schwarz Hall, Room 40.

PARKING Information

If you have questions about your statement please contact the Bursar’s Office at (800)872-1231 ext. 5337, or e-mail:

Due to the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), information will only be given to the student.

Students Receiving Financial Aid
Change Money: “Change Money” is excess financial aid after fees are paid.  Change money checks may be picked up in the Bursar’s Office during the first week of classes, if you did not sign up for direct deposit.
NOTICE: Students who receive financial aid (Title IV) and do not attend classes for which they are enrolled will be responsible for repayment of their financial aid.


MBA 2015 Fall Refund Policy
M1 10-Week Session September 12-November 21
Prior to semester 100%
9/12 to 9/18 100%
9/19 to 9/25 60%
9/26 to 10/2 40%
10/3 to 10/9 20%
10/10 to end of semester 0%
M11 5-Week Session September 12-October 10
Prior to semester 100%
9/12 to 9/14 100%
9/15 to 9/18 60%
9/19 to 9/21 40%
9/22 to 9/25 20%
9/26 to end of semester 0%
M12 5-Week Session October 24-November 21
Prior to semester 100%
10/24 to 10/26 100%
10/27 to 10/30 60%
10/31 to 11/2 40%
11/3 to 11/6 20%
11/7 to end of semester 0%
MBA Winter 2016 Refund Policy
M2 10-Week Session December 5-February 20
Prior to semester 100%
12/5 to 12/11 100%
12/12 to 12/18 60%
12/19 to 1/8 40%
1/9 to 1/15 20%
1/16 to end of semester 0%
M21 5-Week Session December 5-January 16
Prior to semester 100%
12/5 to 12/7 100%
12/8 to 12/11 60%
12/12 to 12/14 40%
12/15 to 12/18 20%
12/19 to end of semester 0%
M22 5-Week Session January 23-February 20
Prior to semester 100%
1/23 to 1/25 100%
1/26 to 1/29 60%
1/30 to 2/1 40%
2/2 to 2/5 20%
2/6 to end of semester 0%
MBA Spring 2016 Refund Policy
M3 10-Week Session March 5-May 14
Prior to semester 100%
3/5 to 3/11 100%
3/12 to 3/18 60%
3/19 to 4/1 40%
4/2 to 4/8 20%
4/9 to end of semester 0%
MBA Summer 2016 Refund Policy
M4 10-Week Session June 4-August 13
Prior to semester 100%
6/4 to 6/10 100%
6/11 to 6/17 60%
6/18 to 6/24 40%
6/25 to 7/8 20%
7/9 to end of semester 0%

** The regulations apply only to full withdrawals.  All partial withdrawals are refunded by the percentages designated above for “Other Students” (Institutional).
* Institutional refund will be used when greater than Federal refund.


  1. Unsubsidized FFEL Stafford Loan
  2. Subsidized FFEL Stafford Loan
  3. Perkins Loan
  4. PLUS Loan
  5. Pell Grant
  6. FSEOG Program
  7. Other Title IV Aid Programs
  8. Other Federal, State, Private or Institutional Aid
  9. The Student


  1. Pell Grant
  2. FSEOG Program

Refund Policy for Financial Aid Recipients

When a title IV financial aid recipient withdraws from all classes, the percentage of the period completed, based on class days will be calculated.  The federal government mandates that students who withdraw may only keep the financial aid they have “earned” up until the time of withdrawal.  Title IV funds in excess of this amount must be returned by the University and/or Student to the Federal Government.

To determine how much Financial Aid a student has earned, we will calculate the percentage of the period completed, based on calendar days.  Scheduled breaks of 5 days or longer will be excluded.  This percentage is then multiplied by the total amount of Title IV aid disbursed.  The Institution and/or Student must return the unearned amount of aid.

This policy applies to all Title IV financial Aid recipients, including first time students.  You will be notified by mail if you have withdrawn from all classes and must repay a percentage of you financial aid.  If you have any further questions, please contact the Bursar Office.

Procedures to follow to obtain a Refund

Notifications of withdrawal or cancellation and requests for refund must be in writing and addressed to the Registrar. Not attending a class does not constitute a formal withdrawal from a course.   You must complete a drop card in the Registrar’s Office (located in room 40 Schwarz Hall) to formally withdraw from a course.  Otherwise you may receive a failing grade in the course for non-attendance.