Tuition and Fees
Pay Your Tuition
- See Undergraduate Tuition Payment Due Dates by Term.
- Payment Methods
- You are responsible for declaring the proper residency status through the Registrar/Admissions office.
- Failure to make full payment of tuition and fees by the due date may prohibit you from registering for classes until full payment is made.
- Failure to make payment prior to the end of the semester/term may result in being denied credit for the work done that semester/term.
- Make payment arrangements before you register.
- Apply for financial aid now at FAFSA.ed.gov!
Undergraduate Tuition Rates
for Tuition Purposes
|Per Semester Hour|
|Legal resident of Tarrant County||$59|
|Legal resident of any other Texas County||$106|
|Legal resident of another state||$255|
|Additional tuition charges for courses attempted 3 or more times
(Third Attempt Rule, effective starting Fall 2013)
Community & Industry Education non-credit course fees vary depending on the course.
|Course audit||Tuition rate|
|Special course fees||As assessed|
|Special trips (field trips)||As assessed|
|Payment plan enrollment fee||$25|
|Payment plan returned/late payment fee||$30|
|Short term loan fee||As assessed|
|ID and Permits|
|Student ID (Replacement fee)||$10|
|Replacement parking permit||$5|
|Returned check or credit card chargeback||$15|
|Parking fines||As assessed|
|Library fines||As assessed|
|TSI Assessment test||$29|
|CLEP administrative fee||$15|
|CLEP posting fee per course||$25|
|HESI A2 Nursing Admission Assessment||$37|
|Other testing||As assessed|
|Nursing students are required to pay a fee for liability insurance as provided by the College.||As assessed|
|Some allied health (non-credit) students are required to pay a fee for liability insurance as provided by the College.||As assessed|
Updated May 26, 2016