Statewide and Health Workforce Shortage Programs
The Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act (House Bill 72) enacted changes to the discounted tuition rate for out-of-county students in Statewide and Health Manpower Grants. Beginning in FY 2012, State funding is limited to the amount provided in the annual State budget; colleges will be reimbursed on a pro-rata basis for qualifying out-of-county fees if annual appropriation is insufficient to cover the complete cost. The act establishes that a community college may charge the student the out-of-county rate and is then required to reimburse the student the amount the college is reimbursed by the State.
CCBC has chosen to provide out-of-county students in these programs a discount of 50% of the out-of-county differential at the time of registration, instead of requiring students to pay in full and receive a subsequent reimbursement. International students (F-1 student visa, etc.) are not eligible to receive the differential through the Summer 2018 term. Beginning with the 2018 Fall term, CCBC will provide out-of-county students 100% of the out-of-county differential at the time of registration.
- A student must verify his or her address and program of study with the Enrollment Services Center or the Registrar’s office when registering for classes.
- Statewide differential will be applied within 24 hours after the student enrolls for the semester.
- When tuition is due at the time of registration, a student is required to inform the Bursar that he or she is enrolled in a Statewide or Health Workforce Shortage program.
- A student in a statewide program must be enrolled in all courses by the 50% period as referenced on the college academic calendars in order to receive the statewide differential for the current academic year. Any registration after that date will be billed at the out-of-county rate and not the statewide differential. A student whose classes are cancelled for non-payment may be subject to full charges, not the differential rate.
For more details, view the Statewide and Health Workforce Shortage Programs listed below and under Programs of Study.
A student who drops classes during the 50 percent refund period is responsible for the out-of-county tuition charge. See the Withdrawal Policy for details.
Construction Craft Professional
Construction Craft Professional Certificate
Construction Management Certificate
Human Services Counseling
Health Workforce Shortage Programs
Emergency Medical Technology (EMT)
Health Informatics and Information Technology
Medical Laboratory Technology
Practical Nursing Certificate
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Radiography (X-Ray Technology)
Respiratory Care Therapist