ebilling is the official means of generating and delivering billing statements to all NSU students. NSU ebills are generated about the middle of every month. Access your student billing account through NSU eBill.
For questions regarding NSU eBill, visit our NSU eBill FAQs page.
NSU Payment Plans
Students and authorized users may also sign up for an NSU Payment Plan in NSU eBill, contingent on meeting eligibility requirements. Visit our Payment Plan webpage for more details.
SharkLink is NSU's online portal. With a single username and password, students, alumni, faculty and staff members, can easily access many online university applications.
NSU tuition and fees vary based on a student’s college, program, and level (undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral) and are annually approved by the board of trustees in the spring for the upcoming academic year. Rates are subject to change without notice.
If you would like to find out how much undergraduate students paid to attend Nova Southeastern University in the previous year after taking grants and scholarships into account, visit our Net Price Calculator.
All students enrolling in 12–18 credit hours per semester pay flat-rate tuition in the fall and winter semesters based on total attempted credits. Students will not be charged additional tuition for adding classes as long as they do not go above the 18-credit hour limit.
Students seeking to register for course loads above 18 credits must request permission from their division or department chair. Students taking more than 18 credits per semester are responsible to pay the flat rate plus the per credit amount for each additional credit taken.
Students enrolled in 1–11 credits will be charged per credit based on total attempted credits. Students who initially register for 1–11 credits, then add credits that increase their course load to 12–18 credits, will be charged the full flat-rate tuition. Students who officially drop courses and fall below 12 credits will have their tuition recalculated on a per-credit basis.
Credits that are dropped during the first week of class do not count as attempted credits for tuition purposes. Credits from which a student withdraws (no refund given) are counted as attempted credits. Dropping or adding classes may result in undesirable consequences. Adding classes may result in additional charges and dropping classes may impact your financial aid. Before you make schedule changes, carefully review the academic calendar for pertinent deadlines. If you are unsure how a schedule change may impact your student account, contact an Enrollment and Student Services representative for assistance.
The university sets the overall student fees on an aggregate, student-centric basis for the entire student body, as the same quality education and opportunities for student benefits are offered to all students regardless of whether they attend on campus, online, in clinicals, or hybrid classrooms. The below fees are assessed for all NSU students. Additional fees, such as acceptance, access, late registration, and lab fees, may be assessed by your college and/or program.
Student Health Insurance Fee (12-month coverage period)All NSU students are required to maintain adequate health insurance. Studentswho already have comparable coverage, may waive out of the NSU plan. Fees are assessed per semester. For details, visit the student health insurance website.
4 or more credits$500.00