Tuition and Fees - Subject to Change
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*General Fees - Effective Fall 2018
*Subject to change
These fees are required each semester and are subject to change without notice. In-state fees include $129.00 per credit hour Tuition, $9.00 per credit hour Technology Fee, $9.00 per credit hour Facility Renewal Fee, $10.00 per credit hour Special Building Fee, and a $1.00 Bond Reserve Fund Fee. Out-of-state fees include $258.00 per credit hour Tuition, $9.00 per credit hour Technology Fee, $9.00 per credit hour Facility Renewal Fee, $10.00 per credit hour Special Building Fee, and a $1.00 Bond Reserve Fund Fee. In addition to paying the appropriate tuition fee, you may also be required to purchase certain necessary tools and supplies for some courses or programs.
Tuition is due prior to the first day of class. These fees are required each semester and are subject to change without notice. Students from the following counties may be eligible for in-state tuition: Santa Rosa (FL), Escambia (FL), Walton (FL), Okaloosa (FL), Clarke (MS), Wayne (MS) and Lauderdale (MS).
Coastal Alabama Community College accepts cash, checks (U.S. banks only), money orders and credit cards (Discover, Visa, American Express and MasterCard). If at any point a check is returned against a student’s account, all classes and dorms will be cancelled, and the check will be treated as a nonpayment for services. A service charge will also be applied to the student’s account. In the event of delinquent student payments, no college credits, transcripts, or diplomas shall be issued or released. A student with a delinquent account shall not be enrolled in subsequent semesters, and all accounts will be turned over to a collection agency. The student will be responsible for all associated collection fees.
All returning students for the Fall Semester must reapply for Financial Aid by completing the free application for Federal Student Aid. The FAFSA for the upcoming academic school year should be completed and submitted early to avoid delays in being awarded financial aid.
Students who have not been awarded Financial AidMUSTbe prepared to pay for tuition, fees, and books at the time of registration.