General College Fees

Advanced and Professional, Postsecondary Vocational and College Preparatory

 

Resident

Nonresident

Tuition

$79.60

$79.60

Out-of-State

N/A

238.80

Financial Aid

3.98

15.92

Technology

3.98

15.92

Student Activity

7.96

7.96

Capital Improvement

11.58

63.68

Total per credit hour

$107.10

$421.88

Postsecondary Adult Vocational

 

Resident

Nonresident

Tuition

$71.60

$71.60

Out-of-State

N/A

214.80

Financial Aid

7.16

28.64

Technology

3.58

14.32

Capital Improvement

3.58

14.32

Total per vocational credit hour*

$85.92

$343.68

*Note: To calculate fees for programs made up of vocational clock hours, divide the clock hours by 30 to determine the number of vocational credit hours and multiply the credit hours times the appropriate Total Per Vocational Credit Hour charge. Example, a 60 vocational clock hour course divided by 30 = 2 vocational credits multiplied by the Total Per Vocational Credit Hour for Florida residents of $81.84 = $163.68 as the charge for the course.

Baccalaureate Degree

(3000 and 4000 Level Courses)

 

Resident

Nonresident

Tuition

$91.79

$91.79

Out-of-State

N/A

340.20

Financial Aid

4.59

21.60

Technology

4.59

21.60

Student Activity

9.18

9.18

Capital Improvement

12.74

86.40

Total per credit hour

$122.89

$570.77

Adult Education and Vocational Preparatory

 

Resident

Nonresident

Tuition

$30.00 / term

$30.00 / term

Total

$30.00 / term

$30.00 / term

The president is authorized to approve fees for continuing workforce education programs, recreation and lifelong learning programs on a course-by-course basis. For continuing workforce education courses, the president will establish fees which fully support the total annual cost of the supplemental vocational program. The fees for recreation and lifelong learning programs will generate at least the direct cost of instruction. The president will annually report to the District Board of Trustees the amount of fees collected and the accumulated cost of the respective programs.

Fees to the public are subject to change without notice. Student fees embedded in the cost of tuition may vary from semester to semester.