TUITION AND FEES
Tuition and fees will be assessed on the number of credits for which the student is enrolled at the end of the drop/add period. There will be no tuition reduction for courses dropped after that date.
The following semester charges are effective during academic years 2020-2022 and are subject to change:
- Tuition: $150 per credit hour
- Other Fees and Charges
- Lab/Course Fee: Based on course needs
- Technology Fee: $50.00
- Course Audit: $75.00 per credit hour
- Endowment Fee: $5.00
- Student Activity and Services Fee:***
- Part time students – 5 or fewer credits: $75.00
- Part-time students – 6-11 credits: $100.00
- Full-time students – 12+ credits: $125.00
- One-Time Fees
- Application Fee: $20.00
- Readmission Fee: $5.00
- Official Transcript Fee*: $5.00
- ID Fee: $10.00
- Replacement ID Fee: $5.00
- Graduation Fee**: $100.00
*After the first copy
**Due at time of application for graduation
***These charges include printing, fitness center use, and special events
Fees for community enrichment classes and workshops are established independently.
Students must pay tuition and fees or have payment arrangements in place by the start of classes. Payment arrangements often include work-related scholarships which require a letter from the organization responsible for payment. Under special circumstances, students may arrange a payment plan with at least one-third of the tuition and fees paid at registration with the remainder paid by payroll deduction or biweekly payments, as specified by contract. Late registrants must pay or make financial arrangements when they register. Student accounts must be in good standing prior to registering for the following semester or receiving transcripts, diplomas, or certificates.
Tuition and fees will not be refunded for schedule changes following the drop/add period. This may be appealed in exceptional circumstances, such as medical emergencies. If a class is canceled, students will receive a full refund for that class.
TEXTBOOK & BOOKSTORE POLICY
The KBOCC Bookstore, located at the Wabanung Campus, has textbooks and merchandise for sale. Students may charge to their student accounts until the eighth week of the fall and spring semesters.
Students can purchase books or obtain textbook information from the Bookstore at Wabanung.
The textbook list is posted on the college website and available in the bookstore so that students can use online price comparison websites to search for the best prices and purchase books at any bookseller or from students who have previously taken the course.
To buy textbooks from the KBOCC bookstore, a student must complete a book purchase form listing the books being purchased. Students can check the “charge my account” box on the book purchase form and sign the form or pay for books with cash or a check made payable to the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College. When students charge books to their accounts, the costs are included in their college bills. If students receive financial aid, the book charges will be paid out of their financial aid awards.
Students can return books purchased from the College if they drop a class during the first week of the semester. Books must be in new condition to receive a full refund or account credit. Students must bring in their drop cards and the books within three business days of dropping the class to receive a full refund or account credit.