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2011-2012 Tuition & Fees

Tuition
  Full-Time (12 - 18 credit hours)
  Fall, 2011 semester $8,266.00
  Spring, 2012 semester $8,266.00
  Total for 2011-2012 $16,532.00
  Part time (1 – 6.0 credit hours), per credit hour $354.00
  Part time (6.1 – 11.9 credit hours), per credit hour $516.00
  Overload fee (per credit hour over 18 hours) $354.00
  Summer school tuition (per credit hour) $195.00

Residential Life Costs (per semester)
  Double room $1,946.00
  Hughes Haven $2,046.00
  Cougar Village $2,196.00
  Single room charge (additional fee) $500.00
  Board - 20 meal $1,181.00
  Board - 14 meal $1,114.00

Other Fees
Audit Tuition (per semester hour)$90.00
Late Registration Fee$35.00

Lab/ Field Experience Fees (per course)
  Art Courses$30.00
  Science Courses $30.00
  Technology Courses$30.00
  Education Courses$30.00

Parking
  Annual permit- residential student
(students living on campus)
$65.00
  Annual permit-commuter student
(students living off-campus)
$40.00
  January to July$35.00
  May to July$30.00

Graduation Fees
  Undergraduate$75.00
  Graduate$120.00

Transcript Fees
$7.50

Application Fees
  Undergraduate$35.00
  Graduate$55.00

Insurance

mandatory for International Students (per year)
approx. $1,200

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Payment

Upon registration, all students are required to pay the entire balance of their accounts (after financial aid awards are considered) by either full payment or through the deferred payment plan. A $35 late registration fee is charged to all students registering on or after the first day of classes.

Columbia College offers several options for financial aid and scholarships. Visit the Financial Aid Web site for more information.

Outstanding balance from a previous semester

Until the balance is paid, the student will not be allowed to:

  • Register for any subsequent semester.
  • Obtain a transcript of academic work.
  • Apply for a residence hall room.

Fees are reviewed on an annual basis and are subject to change without notice.

Each semester's fees are due in full at the time of registration. Arrangements may be made to use a deferred payment plan.

For more in-depth information about tuition and fees, read the Tuition and Fees section of the Undergraduate Catalog.

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