Tuition Fees, Policies, and Procedures

The N.C.C.A. requires a $75 enrollment fee which must accompany the Enrollment Agreement. This is refundable only if the candidate is not accepted into the program for lack of qualifications.

The tuition for all N.C.C.A. Phase I and Phase II courses is currently $292 per course. There is a $5 processing fee per course (includes online course) plus actual shipping cost added to each order.

The tuition for all advanced courses is currently $193 per course. There is a $5 processing fee per course plus the actual shipping cost added to each order.

Candidates are expected to provide the N.C.C.A. with valid credit card information so the tuition can be processed as each course is shipped.

In addition to the tuition, the candidate will be assigned to a clinical supervisor which may be in his or her geographical area. When assigned, the candidate is required to pay the supervisor directly. The fee for clinical supervision is $50 per hour for a required minimum of six (6) hours.


The course tuition and clinical supervision fees do not include the cost of the A.P.S. reports. The candidate’s cost for the A.P.S. reports is currently $30 each. The fee for the A.P.S. reports may be passed on to the person being tested. Charging for the A.P.S. report is left to the discretion of the candidate.

Many counselors charge from $150 to $300 for comparable reports, therefore requiring $50 to $85 for an A.P.S. report is very reasonable.

If you are working toward a degree, the matriculation and transfer fees for a degree must be paid after all requirements have been fulfilled. The matriculation and transfer fees for a Bachelors degree $1,500 and the fees for an M.A. are $1,500. The fees for a Doctorate are also $1,500.

This fee is for the awarding of the college degree and is not included in N.C.C.A.’s course/tuition fees. There is a surcharge for payment by credit card which is currently $75.

After completion of Phase II, a $100 licensing fee is required with a signed copy of the Application for N.C.C.A. License (completed at end of Phase II) along with The Notification and Release Form for Personal National Screening.

Course Exemption

Upon written request, exemption from one or more of the standard courses may be awarded. Consideration is based on the individual’s academic history as evidenced by documentation (resume and transcripts) submitted by N.C.C.A.’s Evaluation Committee PRIOR to enrollment.

Course Returns

May be applicable with pre-approved consent. Refunds may be awarded upon authorization, but only if course materials are received in a resaleable condition within thirty (30) days of delivery. Online Courses are not refundable after being accessed.


Foreign Candidates

Are required to submit all payments with a valid credit card. No foreign checks, money orders, or certified checks are accepted.

Criminal Record

All felony convictions prohibit a candidate from N.C.C.A. licensure and may block or terminate membership. Other Non-Felony criminal convictions may also prevent a candidate’s eligibility for N.C.C.A. licensing and/or membership.

Notice of Non-Discrimination Policy

The National Christian Counselors Association admits students of any gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, and/or admission policies.

Further, the National Christian Counselors Association does not discriminate in admission or employment practices with respect to those with impaired vision, hearing, physical mobility, or age.

The National Christian Counselors Association is incorporated in the state of Florida and is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt corporation.

All fees and requirements are subject to change.

The N.C.C.A. works with all Christian denominations, churches, colleges, seminaries and universities.