Financial Planning_College Tuition
Review this document to learn about tuition and related fees when you attend college.
What is Tuition?
Tuition represents the cost of courses at a college or university. Factors that influence the price of tuition are the type of institution, academic program, cost of instruction, type of instruction, number of credits, and residency (in-state vs. out-of-state). Tuition varies from college to college, so it is important to do your research and learn about the tuition charges at your selected college.
What are Related Fees?
Fees related to college attendance can include laboratory science fees, textbooks, student fees (i.e., recreational sports, student activities and intercollegiate athletics), parking, meal plans, and housing costs.
Note: Tuition and fees can increase over time, so be sure to consider this when planning for attending your selected institution.
An example of tuition and associated costs of attendance is provided for you here:
Next Steps: To learn more about tuition and associated costs of attendance at your selected college, review the institutional profile. Contact your transfer institution for detailed information about tuition and fees. Financial preparation is crucial to your successful transfer.