Mar 21, 2018  
Catalog 2017-18 
Catalog 2017-18

Tuition and Fees


Tuition, Fees and Payment

Tuition (per billable hour)

In-county $120.00
Out-of-county $226.00
Out-of-state $343.00
General Services Fee (per billable hour)  
In-county $15.00
Out-of-county $25.00
Out-of-state $35.00
Selective Admissions Application (non-refundable)* $50.00
Registration fee (non-refundable) $55.00
Late registration fee (initial registration)** $30.00
Capital fee $10.00
Technology fee (per billable hour) $11.00
Lab fees (see class schedule for course fees)  
Senior Course fee (per course – age 60+) $30.00
Activity fee (per billable hour, max $36/semester) $4.00
One Card/ID card replacement $10.00
Graduation fee $75.00
Certificate fee $50.00
Transcript fee $12.00
Non-sufficient funds check $25.00
Delinquent Account Fee $50.00

*Submitted with Selective Admissions form to programs in the School of Health Professions.
**Fee assessed on initial registration occurring on or after the first day of the semester.


  • Fees for credit by exam or portfolio are assessed tuition at 1/2 the Baltimore County rate
  • Tuition and fees are subject to change

Tuition Payment Plans

  • A tuition payment plan is available.
    • A student pays a portion of his or her tuition bill early and budgets the balance through the semester in monthly installments.
    • A $25 enrollment fee is required to participate in a tuition payment plan.
  • For additional information, contact the Bursar’s office

Tuition Payment Deadline

If financial aid is not awarded by the time tuition payment is due, a student will need to make tuition payment arrangements using the tuition payment plan available through the Bursar’s office.

Failure to Meet Financial Obligations

  • A student who fails to meet his or her financial obligations will not receive grades for a previous semester/session, transcripts or diplomas.
  • A student is not eligible to register until all financial obligations are satisfied.
  • Delinquent accounts will be assessed a $50.00 fee. 
  • Accounts that remain delinquent are referred to the State Central Collection Unit. A 17 percent collection fee is assessed.