Cost of College
What’s my education going to cost?
Financing your education is an important investment and you need all the information you can get to make decisions. We encourage students and families to review the costs involved with your education.
Georgia residents pay $100 per credit hour. Out-of-state students’ tuition rates are calculated at twice the resident tuition fees rate. International students' tuition rates are calculated at four times the resident tuition fees rates.
Students who are legal residents of the state of Georgia under the regulations of the State Board of The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) shall pay tuition and fees at the state resident rate. A legal resident has resided in the state of Georgia for 12 consecutive months prior to the first day of class.
|Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour||$100||$200||$400|
|Books and Supplies*||$386||$386||$386|
|Total** (based on 12 Credit Hours)||$1887||$3087||$5487|
*Estimates only; book and supply costs may vary by major. Tuition and fees for the Commercial Truck Driving program not included in this chart.
Convenience, opportunities to develop life-long friendships, and living in an environment that fosters the educational and personal growth of students are a few of the numerous benefits of living on campus.
Are you planning on living in Student Housing?
|SINGLE OCCUPANCY||DOUBLE OCCUPANCY|
|Fall or Spring Semester||$2,400||$2,000|
A $150 deposit is due when the Residence Hall application is submitted and is non-refundable if the student does not occupy the room. The deposit will be returned in full if the student occupies the room and leaves campus housing with no balance due on their account, leaves their room in good condition and free of personal belongings, and returns the key, student I.D., etc.