2014 - 2015 Tuition & Fees

(Tuition & Fees are subject to change) 

Semester Hrs
Rate/Hr
 

In-State 

Out-of-State 

1.0

$ 91.25

$283.25

2.0

163.25

547.25

3.0

235.25

811.25

4.0

307.25

1075.25

5.0

379.25

1339.25

6.0

451.25

1603.25

7.0

523.25

1867.25

8.0

595.25

2131.25

9.0

667.25

2395.25

10.0

739.25

2659.25

11.0

811.25

2923.25

12.0

895.25

3199.25

13.0

967.25

3463.25

14.0

1039.25

3727.25

15.0

1111.25

3991.25

16.0 & Up

1183.25

4255.25

$ 72.00 per semester hour for an in-state student
Maximum of $1,144.00 for an in-state student per semester

$ 264.00 per semester hour for an out-of-state student
Maximum of $4216.00for an out-of-state student per semester

For information on residency status (in-state v/s out-of-state) click here.

Required Registration Fees

The chart to the right includes tuition, activity fee, technology fee and accident insurance fee:

  • The Activity Fee is $14 for full-time students and $10 for part-time students. During the Summer Term, the activity fee is $4, no matter the student status.
  • The Technology Fee is $8 per semester for part-time students and $16 per semester for full-time students.
  • The Student Accident Insurance is $1.25 per semester.

 

 

 

Tuition Refund Information

 100 percent tuition credit:

 1.       the student officially withdraws from a class(es) prior to the first day of the semester;

2.       the student registers for a class(es) which fails to "make" due to insufficient enrollment; 

3.       the student officially withdraws from a class(es) prior to the first class meeting if the class(es) began at times other than the first week (seven calendar days) of the semester. 

4.       upon official notification, active duty military and reservists are called to active duty during a semester in which they are currently enrolled.

75 percent tuition credit:

1.      1.   the student officially withdraws from the class(es) on or after the first day of the semester or prior to the official 10 percent point of the semester. 

2.      2.    the student officially withdraws from a class(es) prior to or on the 10 percent point of the class if the class began at a time other than the first week (seven calendar days) of the semester.

For contact hour classes, ten (10) calendar days from the first day of the class(es) is the

determination date. If a program of study or course fails to “make" all tuition will becredited. There will be no credits on fees such as activity, insurance premium, any expenses associated  with graduation, and/or any special fees. In all tuition credits, the student should initiate the drop/add/withdrawal notice through the Enrollment Management Office. If the tuition credit  results in a refund to the student, the Business Office will mail a check to the student after the drop/add/withdrawal notice has been processed. 

 

 
2014-2015 COURSE FEE REQUESTS
         
DIVISION / PROGRAM COURSE PREFIX / TITLE FEE FEE TERM
Applied Sciences        
     Baking & Pastry BPA 120 (Petite Fours & Pastries) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
BPA 150 (Artisan Breads) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
BPA 210 (Cake Decorating) 50   2014FA
2015SP
BPA 220 (Confection Artistry) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
BPA 230 (Chocolate Artistry) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
BPA 250 (Desser/Bread Production) 50   2015SU
         
     Boat
       Manufacturing
BMS 110 (Intro to Marine Woodworking) 35 25 2014FA
BMS 111 (Marine Joinery) 25 25 2014FA
BMS 113 (Hull & Deck Construction) 50 35 2015SP
BMS 114 (Intro to Composites) 65 35 2014FA
BMS 115 (Tooling / Mold Construction) 50 35 2015SP
BMS 116 (Composite Production) 35 35 2015SU
BMS 117 (Marine Spray Finishing) 65 25 2014FA
BTB 107 (Boat Electrical Systems) 45 25 2014FA
         
     Culinary CUL 140 (Culinary Skills I) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
CUL 142 (Fundamentals of Food) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
CUL 160 (Baking I) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
CUL 170 (Garde Manger I) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
CUL 230 (Global Cuisines) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
CUL 240 (Culinary Skills II) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
  CUL 250 (Classical) 50   2014FA
2015SP
CUL 270 (Garde Manger II) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
     Interior Design DES 120 (CAD for Interior Design) 25   2015SP
DES 126 (Graphic Presentation II) 25   2015SP
DES 135 (Principles & Elements of Design I) 25   2014FA
DES 220 (Principles of Interior Design) 25   2015SP
DES 230 (Residential Design I) 25   2014FA
DES 240 (Commercial/Contract Design I) 25   2015SP
DES 286 (Advanced Interior Design) 25   2015SP
         
     Paralegal LEX 120 (Legal Research and Writing I) 25 25 2014FA
         
     Photography PHO 110 (Fundamentals of Photography) 50   2014FA
PHO 115 (Basic Lighting) 50   2015SP
PHO 120 (Intermediate Photography) 50   2015SP
PHO 139 (Introduction to Digital Imaging) 50   2014FA
PHO 140 (Digital Photo Imaging I) 50   2015SP
PHO 150 (Portfolio Development I) 50   2014FA
PHO 217 (Photojournalism I) 50   2014FA
PHO 224 (Multimedia Production) 50   2015SU
PHO 226 (Portraiture) 50   2014FA
PHO 235 (Commercial Photography) 50   2015SP
PHO 250 (Portfolio Development II) 50   2015SU
         
Arts & Sciences        
     Associate in
            Fine Arts
ART 135 (Figure Drawing) 30 30 2015SP
ART 231 (Printmaking) 25 25 2014FA
2015SP
ART 283 (Ceramics I) & 284 (Ceramics II) 36 25 2014FA
2015SP
         
     Physical Education PED 117 (Weight Training I) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
PED 122 (Yoga I) 25 50 2014FA
2015SP
PED 123 (Yoga II) 25 50 2014FA
2015SP
PED 128 (Golf - Beginning) 38 38 2014FA
2015SP
PED 132 (Racquetball - Beginning) 50 50 2014FA
2015SP
PED 145 (Basketball - Beginning) 50   2015SP
         
Health Sciences        
     Associate
         Degree Nursing
NUR 111 (Intro to Health Concepts) 499 430 2014FA
NUR 111 (Intro to Health Concepts) 15 15 2014FA
NUR 112 (Health-Illness Concepts) 15 15 2015SP
NUR 211 (Health Care Concepts) 50 50 2014FA
NUR 213 (Complex Health Concepts) 120 120 2015SP
         
     Emergency Medical
        Science
EMS 220 (Cardiology) 22   2015SU
EMS 250 Adv. Medical Emergencies 15 15 2014FA
EMS 260 Adv Trauma Emergencies 15 15 2014FA
EMS 270 (Life Span Emergencies) 15   2015SP
EMS 285 EMS Capstone 25 25 2015SP
         
     Practical Nursing NUR 101 (Practical Nursing I) 350 416 2014FA
         
     Radiography RAD 110 (Rad Intro & Patient Care) 15 15 2014FA
RAD 121 (Radiographic Imaging I) 50 50 2015SP
RAD 122 (Radiographic Imaging II) 15 15 2015SU
RAD 151 (Clinical Ed I) 15 15 2014FA
RAD 245 (Image Analysis) 15 15 2015SP
RAD 271 (Radiography Capstone) 15 15 2015SU
         
     Respiratory RCP 110 (Intro to Respiratory Care) 32 32 2014FA
RCP 111 (Therapeutics/Diagnostics) 38 38 2015SP
RCP 210 (Critical Care Concepts) 43 43 2014FA
RCP 211 (Advanced Monitoring Procedures) 15 15 2015SP
RCP 215 (Career Prep-Adv Level) 140 140 2015SP
 
All Programs
      that Offer
WBL 111 (Work-Based Learning I 7.5 7.5 2015SP
2015SU
WBL 112 (Work-Based Learning I) 7.5 7.5 2015SP
2015SU
         
Liability Insurance - $11.00 per semester
Associate Degree Nursing Esthetics Practical Nursing
Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technology Radiography
Cosmetology Instructor Medical Assisting Respiratory Therapy
Early Childhood Education Emergency Medical Science
Therapeutic Massage
       

For more information on the Student Accident Insurance, click here for a printable brochure.

     



 

 

 

 

 

 

       
     


 
       
       
       
       
       
       
         
         
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
         
         
       
       
       
       
       
         
       
         
         
       
       
       
       
       
       
         
         
         
         
       
       
         
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
         
         
         
       
       
         
         
       
       
       
       
         
         
         
       
       
       
       
         
         
       
       
       
       
         
         
         
         
       
       
       
       
       
         
         
         
       
       
       
 
         
       
     
       
       
       
     
     
     
       
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
       
       
     
     
     
     
     
     
       
       
     
     
     
       
       
     
       
       
     
     
       
       
     
     
     
     
       
       
     
     
     
     
       
       
     
     
       
       
     
       
     
     
     
     
     
       
       
     
     
     
     

 


 

 

 





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