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Tuition & Fees

Sample Student Budget Per Semester

The following is a sample two-year student budget:

Educational Expenses Semester 1
(12 credits)
Semester 2
(13 credits)
Semester 3
(14 credits)
Semester 4
(15 credits)
Tuition ($154.00 per credit) $1848.00 $2002.00 $2156.00 $2310.00
Registration fee ($15.00) $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00
Technology Fee ($10.00 per credit) $120.00 $130.00 $140.00 $150.00
Transcript Fee ($5 per semester) $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00
Books & Supplies – Estimate (dependent upon courses taken) $300.00 $375.00 $475.00 $590.00
Student Activity Fee $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00
Art Fee $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00
TOTAL $2,363.00 $2,602.00 $2,866.00 $3,145.00

 Required Fees

Fee Cost
Student Activity Fee $25.00 per semester
Technology Fee $10.00 per credit hour per semester
Registration Fee $15.00 per semester
Transcript Fee (unlimited official transcripts) $5.00 per semester
Replacement Student ID Card $10.00 per replacement card
Carpentry Trades Course Fee $150.00 one-time fee
Electrical Trades Course Fee $75.00 per semester
Materials Fee for ART 100, ART 204, ART 113, ART 114, ART 116 $50.00 per course
Materials Fee for ART 107, ART 108, ART 109, ART 110, ART 180, ART 207, ART 208, ART 210, ART 281 $50.00 per course
Law Enforcement MMPI Testing Fee (All new LE students; includes background check. Must pay before attending Skills) $158.00 (Semester Prior To Attending Skills)

Tuition Policy:

Students dropping individual courses or withdrawing from enrollment up to the last date to officially drop courses will receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees (except application fee). Students who officially withdraw from a course or courses by the Last Day to Officially Withdraw will be liable for their unpaid balance, if any.

After the ADD/DROP date, the student will be held liable for all tuition and fees. Failure to pay the amount owed may prevent future attendance at the College. Students who have a billing statement hold should seek assistance from the Accounts Receivable Clerk, and those who have financial aid holds should talk to the Financial Aid Director.

Students who drop and/or withdraw from the College, and who have received a Pell grant, may also jeopardize future attendance if the College has to reimburse the Department of Education for all or part of the Pell award. This amount then becomes the student responsibility to pay back to the school.