Tuition and Costs

2013-2014 Full Year Budget*

On Campus Associate
NYS Resident
Baccalaureate
NYS Resident
Associate
Non-NYS Resident
Baccalaureate
Non-NYS Resident
Full-time
Tuition Costs**
$5,870 $5,870 $9,740 $15,320
Mandatory Fees $1,424 $1,424 $1,424 $1,424
Room and Board***
(based on 18-meal plan)
$11,580 $11,580 $11,580 $11,580
Total On-campus Costs $18,874 $18,874 $22,744 $28,324
         
Part-time
Cost Per Credit Hour
$245 $245 $406 $638
Mandatory Fees pro-rated per
credit hour
 pro-rated per
credit hour
 pro-rated per
credit hour
 pro-rated per
credit hour

Online Associate
NYS Resident
Baccalaureate
NYS Resident
Associate
Non-NYS Resident
Baccalaureate
Non-NYS Resident
Full-time
Tuition Costs**
$5,870 $5,870 $9,740 $15,320
Mandatory Fees $423 $423 $423 $423
Total Online Costs $6,283 $6,283 $10,153 $15,733
         
Part-time
Cost Per Credit Hour
$245 $245 $245 $638
Mandatory Fees pro-rated per
credit hour
 pro-rated per
credit hour
 pro-rated per
credit hour
 pro-rated per
credit hour

Tuition and fees for on campus certificate programs will be assessed the on campus associate rate based on residency. Tuition and fees for online certificate programs will be assessed the online associate rate based on residency.

The D.C. College Access Act makes District of Columbia residents eligible to receive in-state tuition rates at public colleges and universities across the nation. More information is available at: https://dconeapp.dc.gov/.

*Cost information as of June 20, 2013. Tuition rates are pending administrative action to finalize.

**Students with 12 (+) plus credits are charged full-time tuition rate based on residency.

***Other Room and Board options are available.

Miscellaneous Expenses

  • A $100 mandatory one-time orientation fee is billed to all new full-time/part-time and transfer students to cover the cost of programs, food, registration requirements, July orientation, August welcome week, and new student programming. Online students are excluded except for those in Health Information Technology and Coding & Reimbursement.
  • There will be costs for books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses that vary by student.
  • Some programs require a laptop computer or other required tools which would be an extra cost.
  • There are several optional fees a student may elect that will be added to the billed costs.