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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees are subject to change by vote of the Department of Higher Education and/or the Cape Cod Community College Board of Trustees.

All obligations to the College must be paid prior to the beginning of classes each semester. Refer to the Academic Calendar for due dates. The full-time tuition and fees listed here are based upon 30 credit hours of enrollment per year.

See Tuition & Fee Schedule to review current tuition and fees by credit hour.

 

Full-time Tuition and Fees (per year)
Massachusetts residents $6,690.00
Non-residents $12,870.00
Tuition and Fees per credit hour
Massachusetts residents $223.00
Non-residents $429.00

The above includes the following:

  • $9 per credit hour Facility fee
  • $10 per credit hour Tech Fee
  • $180 per credit hour Student Fee
  • $24.00 MA Resident / $230.00 Non-Resident per credit hour Tuition

 

Other Fees
Arts Materials fee $5 per credit hour of course
Applied Music fee $400 per course
Books and supplies (estimate) $1,250 per year, full-time
Challenge Exam fee $40 admin fee + $40 per credit hour of course
Culinary Arts/Hospitality Program fee $10 per credit hour of course
Dental Hygiene Program fee $105 per credit hour of course
EMT fee $125 one-time program fee
Funeral Service Program fee* $125 per credit hour of course
Paramedic Program fee $105 per credit hour of course
Health Insurance $3,045 estimate per year (9 credits or more)
Health Sciences (Dental Hygiene, EMT/Paramedic, Medical Assisting, Nursing ) fee $37 per credit hour of course
Medical Assisting Program fee $75 one-time program fee
Nursing - drug testing fee $50 one-time drug testing fee
Nursing Program fee $105 per credit hour of course
Lab fee $25 per lab
Radio Broadcasting fee $35 per credit hour of course

Note: Other courses may also require special fees.

*Funeral Service Program students have to attain a parking decal, student support and a connect card provided by BSU (which are required by all students on BSU campus during Fall and Spring semesters). Students will be billed by CCCC on behalf of BSU for following fees:

  • $25 for Connect Card( to be picked up at BSU office)
  • $200 Student Support
  • $225 Parking Decal( to be picked up at BSU office)

Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) Program Tuition and Fees
Massachusetts Resident
Program Credits Tuition Program Fee Certification/
FAA Exam Fee
Total
General AMT 101 & AMT 102  12 $2,676 $2,232 *$165 $5,073
Airframe AMT 201 & AMT 202  18 $4,014 $3,348 **$965 $8,327
Powerplant AMT 203 & AMT 204  18 $4,014 $3,348 ***$565 $7,927
          $21,327
Non-Resident
Program Credits Tuition Program Fee Certification/
FAA Exam Fee
Total
General AMT 101 & AMT 102  12 $5,148 $2,232 $165 $7,545
Airframe AMT 201 & AMT 202  18 $7,722 $3,348 $965 $12,035
Powerplant AMT 203 & AMT 204  18 $7,722 $3,348 $565 $11,635
          $31,215

*FAA General written exam
**Includes $165 FAA Airframe written exam + $400 FAA General oral & practical exams + $400 FAA Airframe oral & practical exams
***Includes $165 FAA Powerplant written exam + $400 Powerplant oral & practical exams (Note: This assumes the FAA General oral & practical exams are completed in conjunction with the Airframe exams)

Note: completion of the FAA component of the program does not require completion of the College certificate. However, employers have strongly encouraged students to get an Associate’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree.

 

Project Forward
Tuition $2,260 per Semester
Additional Information

Payment due dates are firm. Please take a look at our payment options and payment plans to make sure you don’t miss out. For assistance with our available payment options, contact the Business Office at 508.375.4123.

In Person – Students may visit the Business Office, and pay in-person. The Business Office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30am–4:30pm. Credit Card (Visa, MC, Discover), cash, check and money order are acceptable forms of payment.

On-Line – Payments may be made utilizing CampusWeb. Forms of acceptable payments are Visa, MC, Discover, AmEx and ACH.

Payments may be made in installments, utilizing NELNET. Credit card and ACH payments are accepted.

For additional information: www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/capecod

Past due accounts are referred to collection agencies and to the State for tax intercept. Past due accounts will be charged legal fees, plus collection company fees and other costs. Collection costs can be as high as 25% of the past due balance.

Tuition waivers cover the amount of tuition only, which is approximately 15% of the class price. Recipients are responsible for all remaining class fees.

If you are a Massachusetts resident you may be eligible for tuition waivers if you are:

  • Sixty years of age or older
  • A Native American
  • A client of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission or the Commission for the Blind
  • An active duty service person
  • A Veteran of the U. S. military
  • An adopted or former foster child through the Department of Social Services (until age 24)
  • A recipient of either the Adams Scholarship or the Stanley Koplik Certificate of Mastery for MCAS achievement
  • A surviving child or spouse of the September 11, 2001 tragedy

Tuition waivers cover the amount of tuition only, which is approximately 15% of the class price. Recipients are responsible for all remaining class fees. Specific guidelines for waivers are described in the categorical tuition waiver.

For additional information, contact the Financial Aid Office.

See also: Military Benefits for Tuition and Fees

Students who withdraw from classes may be due a refund of their tuition and fees. Please check with the College Business Office regarding the status of your account. Full refund of tuition is usually allowed before classes start and during the first week of the semester. Financial aid funds will be paid based on the number of days enrolled. Withdrawing during the first nine weeks of the semester will impact the amount of funds available to pay tuition and fees.

  • A full refund is made if a course is cancelled by the College.
  • To withdraw from a course after the first scheduled class, follow the Withdrawal Policy.
  • The above policy does not pertain to courses that meet for fewer than five sessions.
  • The refund policy for non-credit courses and some credit courses vary.

If you serve in the Massachusetts National Guard, you are eligible for 100% tuition and fee reimbursement. Request a Certificate of Eligibility online at mro.chs.state.ma.us, then submit it to the College's Financial Aid Office.

Cape Cod Community College welcomes and appreciates our veterans. 4Cs has VA approval for educational training of veterans and their dependents including all chapters of the GI Bill®

The Financial Aid Office certifies payment for all VA Education Benefits. Veterans receive assistance obtaining tuition waivers and GI Bill® payments. The office provides application materials, contact information, and certifies enrollment.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts provides its Veterans, National Guard members, and Active Duty military stationed in Massachusetts with tuition waivers. For Veterans and Active Duty military, the waiver is approximately a 15% discount on each class. MA National Guard members may receive full tuition and fee coverage.

Many veterans receive financial assistance through the VA. Assistance may be in the form of tuition, fees, books, and monthly living stipends. The amount varies with each veteran's situation and with the number of credits per term. Spouses and children of disabled or deceased veterans may also qualify for monthly education payments. Recipients of the Post 9/11 and Montgomery GI Bill® will be charged resident rates. The College also participates in the VA Vocational Rehabilitation program.

The VA provides an online application for benefits at www.gibill.va.gov. Veterans should apply for a degree or certificate program through the Admissions Office. Once registered for classes, the Financial Aid Office will certify and monitor enrollment.

Cape Cod Community College will adhere to the requirements of and comply with S2248 PL 115-407 Section 103.

GI Bill ® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. governement Web site at https://benefits.va.gov/gibill/

More Information
Financial Aid: 774.330.4393
Military and Veterans Services774.330.4478

See also: Military Benefits for Tuition and Fees

 

The financial requirements of the College, changing costs, state and legislative action, and other circumstances may require adjustments in the tuition and fees stated. The College reserves the right to make such adjustments in these charges as may from time to time be required by the Department of Higher Education or the Board of Trustees. All obligations to the College must be paid prior to the beginning of classes each semester.

Contact the Business Office

Business Office
Location Nickerson Administration Building, Room 116
Hours Monday–Friday: 8:30am–4:30pm
Phone 508.375.4123
Toll Free 877.846.4093
Fax 508.375.4093
E-mail studentaccounts@capecod.edu