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Continuing Studies Tuition & Fees

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Continuing Studies​ Tuition and Fees for the 2019-2020 Academic Year

Tuition

Credits Cost
1 to 11 credits (part-time)
Allied Health, Criminal Justice,
Organizational Psychology programs
$550 per credit
1 to 11 credits (part-time)
All other CCS degree and non-degree programs
$650 per credit
12-18 credits (full-time) $21,860 per semester

$43,720 per year

The comprehensive full-time tuition may not include audit and non-credit courses.


Student Expenses

Expense Per Course Per Semester
Student Activities Fee
(Mandatory for all full-time students)
  $145 per semester for full-time students
Technology Fees $50 per course for part-time students $225 per semester for full-time students
Distance Learning Course Fee $35  
Audit $180  
International Student Orientation   $275 for the student's first-semester only

Misc. Expenses

Expense Cost
Application Fee $50
Readmission
(non-refundable; after 2 years of non-enrollment)
$30
Enrollment Clearance Fee $50
Enrollment Reinstatement $100
Medical Insurance Plan**
(academic year)
$1,872
ID Card Replacement - First Time $30
ID Card Replacement - Subsequent Times $60
Late Tuition Payment (all FT undergraduate students) $250
Late Tuition Payment (all PT undergraduate students) $50
Monthly Payment Plan Fee $75
Late Payment Plan Fee $25
Dishonored Check Fee - First Time $30
Dishonored Check Fee - Subsequent Times $50

**Medical plans are marketed in spring, rates for the current year will be determined based on the plan marketing.


The fees and charges set forth herein are subject to adjustment at any time.

Questions regarding rates and fees should be directed to the Bursar's Office at 609-896-5020.

Eligibility for scholarships, loans, and housing may be jeopardized if a student registers for a part-time load.

Students receiving financial aid from federal government programs or agencies (for example the Veterans Administration, the Civil Service Commission or State Scholarship Commissions) must pursue a full-time course of study of 12 credits or more to meet the eligibility requirements for continued assistance. Most state programs have the same requirement.