Academic Standards Handbook

2.8 Financial Expenses

Completed payment of financial obligations to the college is required at the time of registration.  Registration, thus enrollment, is not complete unless the financial obligation is satisfied.  Students with any outstanding financial debt to the college will not be able to register for additional classes or receive official transcripts of credits earned and any student officially withdrawing from college must resolve outstanding financial obligations to the college.

Tuition and Fees

The State Board of Community Colleges approves tuition for full-time and part-time students annually and students are billed according to their residency.  The number of college credits for which a student registers and the residential classification of the student determine tuition

Student fees are charged to all students for registration process, technology fee and bond fees.  In addition, full-time students are charged for student health services, Associated Student Government and Event Center fees.  Various courses have fees related to the courses as indicated in the term schedules.  Selected career and technical programs, such as cosmetology, automotive technology and the licensed practical nursing program, require special equipment or materials. 

Room and Board Expenses


Students who have permanent residence outside Logan County must live on-campus for two semesters or until 30 semester hours have been completed.  Students who are married, over 21 years of age, have minor dependent children, or commuting from a parent or grandparent's residence with a 60-mile radius are exempt from this procedure, as well as residents of Logan County.


Room and board is expensed on a combined contract for each semester.  Each resident is required to pay a room deposit of $125.00 for reservation space; this deposit is refundable less damages, if any, upon completion of the contract.  Residence halls and rooms are assigned on a first reserved basis; private rooms can be contracted and are assigned when space is available.  Food service (or board) consists of a choice of three meal plans - 10 meals over 7 days, 14 meals over 7 days or 19 meals over 7 days.  Sophomores can contract for an 8-meal plan over 7 days.  The 19-meal plan provides 3 meals each day except Saturday and Sunday; a brunch and evening meal are served on the weekends.  Off-campus students may purchase meals daily or a meal ticket.