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College Tuition & Fees

Cumberland County College offers quality education at a reasonable cost. The more you compare, the more you will find that Cumberland is one of the best values in higher education. Click on the following link for the current tuition and fee schedule.







Tuition for 2012/2013
(Effective Sum II 2012 through Sum I 2013)
County Residents: $110 per credit hour
Out-of-County Residents **: $120 per credit hour
Out-of-State & Foreign Residents: $440 per credit hour


 ** Out-of county students will be charged $10 per credit over In-County rates with appropriate chargeback documentation.  Without such documentation the Out-of-County rate is $185 per credit hour.  Chargebacks must be turned in on or before the first day of classes. See below.





Other Fees


 

ACADEMY TRANSCRIPT EVALUATIONS - $5 (per credit)


CHANGE OF COURSE FEE - $ 2


APPLICATION FEE (first time students - non-refundable) - $30


APPLIED MUSIC COURSE FEE - $225 (per course)


ART STUDIO COURSE FEE - $20 (per course)


BASIC & DEVELOPMENTAL SKILLS FEE - $10 (per credit)


FLORAL DESIGN COURSE FEE - Varies with course


GRADUATION PETITION EVALUATION FEE - $25


GRADUATION PETITION LATE FEE - $25


LATE REGISTRATION FEE - $20


LPN CHALLENGE FEE - $500


NON-SUFFICIENT FUNDS CHECK FEE - $20


NURSING RN & PN LAB FEE - $1211 (per semester)


ON LINE COURSE, TELECOURSE, & HYBRID FEE - $10 (per credit)


PERSONAL FITNESS COURSE FEE (any course held at SJH Center for Health & Fitness) - $25 (per credit)


RADIOGRAPHY LAB FEE - $500 (per semester)


SCIENCE LAB FEE - $60 (per course)


TESTING FEES - Varies


TUITION PAYMENT PLAN LATE FEE (Payment plan only available Fall & Spring sem.) - $25



(MasterCard, VISA, AMEX and Discover credit cards and Debit cards are accepted for all tuition and fee payment.)

Application Fee Waived for Returning Students
Upon re-enrollment, the $30 application fee is waived for students who have previously completed courses at CCC. Also, previously completed coursework may apply to current major.

Withdrawals and Refunds
The determination of refunds is at the sole discretion of the college. The college reserves the right to make final judgment in all such cases. The schedule of refunds is as follows:

approved withdrawal before the semester or session begins 100%
approved withdrawal during the first four weeks of the spring and fall semesters 50%
approved withdrawal during the first quarter of the summer or short sessions 50%
approved withdrawal after the refund periods above-none

Withdrawal from a course(s) or from the college must be completed through the Enrollment Services Office. Any student who does not complete the appropriate enrollment change process forfeits any refund due. A student who is removed from a course(s) or from the college for disciplinary or administrative reasons forfeits all refunds.

Tuition Payment Plan
A payment plan is available for the Fall and Spring semesters. Please contact the Bursar's office for more information.

County Senior Adult Student
Cumberland County residents who have reached their 60th birthday may enroll in courses offered by the college, tuition-free on a space available basis (beginning two days prior to semester). Students taking advantage of this opportunity must meet course prerequisites and are responsible for all instruction related fees other than tuition. Senior residents should inform the Enrollment Services and Bursar Offices of their status when registering and if they will be auditing the class.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid is available to assist full- and part-time students in meeting college costs. To be considered for financial aid, students should complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by June 1 for the fall semester and by November 1 for spring semester.

The financial aid application reviews the parent's and/or student's resources for the previous calendar year. The total contribution that can be made by the student and/or parents toward college is determined from this information. If the anticipated contribution is insufficient to meet college costs, the student is considered to have a financial aid need. Students must also demonstrate academic ability to benefit and maintain satisfactory academic progress to be eligible for financial aid.

Students applying for financial aid must submit appropriate documentation in support of their application. Documentation may include copies of parents/student income tax forms, nontaxable income verification, and the college financial aid information form. A student may be eligible to receive financial aid assistance for a maximum of six full-time semesters provided the student meets the college's satisfactory academic progress standards.

Financial aid assistance for more than six full-time semesters may only be allowed upon appeal by the student to the Student Development Council. For consideration of an appeal, the student must present evidence of unusual circumstances, which have not allowed him/her to complete the program with six full-time semesters of financial aid assistance.

Federal financial aid programs available include Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Federal Work Study, and the Federal Family Education Loan Program. State programs available include Tuition Aid Grants, Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) and Garden State Scholarships. Institutional programs available include College Tuition Scholarships and College Foundation Scholarships.

For additional information and/or financial aid applications, contact the Financial Aid Office.




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