CNA announces tuition increases for first time in over 20 years

College of the North Atlantic has announced that students will see a modest increase to their tuition and related fees for the first time in nearly 25 years. Domestic tuition will rise by $145 per semester while international student tuition will rise by $495. Materials and fees will will see a minimal increase of an average of $25 per program. “The college has persisted in its goal to deliver the highest quality academic experience for students, while also working hard to shield students from increased costs,” said CNA President Liz Kidd. “We don’t take making these changes lightly, because at CNA, serving our students is critical.” With the increase, CNA states that its tuition will remain the lowest in Canada outside of Quebec. CNA Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.