Cost of Attendance Table

While actual expenses will vary based on your lifestyle and level of enrollment, the estimated costs listed below should assist you in planning your own budget. "Direct" educational expenses include Tuition/Fees, Books and Room/Board. "Indirect" educational expenses include Transportation and Miscellaneous expenses. Please note that actual indirect educational expenses vary by student.

2015-2016 School Year

Resident (In-state)            
  Tuition/Fees Books Room/Board Trans. Misc Total
Dependent Undergraduate            
On-Campus 2304 800 5506 1584 2106 12300
Off-Campus 2304 800 6606 1908 2106 13724
With Parents 2304 800 2710 1908 2106 9828
Independent Undergraduate            
On-Campus 2304 800 5506 1584 2106 12300
Off-Campus 2304 800 6606 1908 2106 13724
             
Non-Resident (Out-of-state)
           
  Tuition/Fees Books Room/Board Trans. Misc. Total
Dependent Undergraduate            
On-Campus 3872 800 5506 1330 2106 13614
Off-Campus 3872 800 6606 1908 2106 15292
With Parents (OK/Mo. Resident) 2624 800 2710 1908 2106 10148
Independent Undergraduate            
On-Campus 3872 800 5506 1330 2106 13614
Off-Campus 3872 800 6606 1908 2106 15292

 

*Tuition/Fees

The numbers used are estimated tuition and fees for the academic year. Actual tuition and fees are set by the Coffeyville Community College Board of Trustees, and additional fees may be incurred for certain courses. The rates listed above are for a full-time credit hour load of 16 hours per fall and spring semester.

Current full- and part-time tuition and fees are available on the Cost/Fees page of the CCC web site.

**PLEASE NOTE: Full-time enrollment requirements for students receiving federal financial aid are defined as 12 or more credit hours per term for undergraduate students.

Books

Costs vary by program, course load and classes selected. You may be able to reduce your costs significantly by purchasing used books.

Room/Board

Housing costs can vary significantly based on the living arrangements you select. Typically, living in a college residence hall will reduce a student's cost since residence hall fees include utilities and a meal plan in the college cafeteria.

Transportation and Miscellaneous Expenses

These categories represent other miscellaneous student expenses, including transportation, meals not covered under the standard meal contract, communication (cell phone, internet), clothes, personal hygiene, entertainment, etc. It is the most variable and personal component of anyone's budget. Personal spending can make or break a college budget! The most important thing is to set yourself an allowance, keep track of your expenses, and stick to your budget.