Expenses

The schedule of tuition and fees has been authorized by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. The schedule is subject to change prior to each semester. Early registration is not valid unless tuition and fees are paid by the specified date. Registration at the beginning of each semester is not complete until all tuition and fees have been paid, and the student is not eligible to attend class until registration is complete.


Estimated Expenses

The expenses shown below reflect estimated costs for a student carrying a full-time load for fall and spring semesters, 2016/2017. These expenses include fees and other charges. Actual fees may vary based on specific program or course fees or the number of credits carried each semester. These figures are subject to change at any time and should be regarded as estimates only.

Undergraduate Residential Students (On Campus)

Category

Semester

Academic Year

Tuition1

$1,532

$3,064

Fees

$685

$1,370

Residential Housing Options (Lakeside Village)

2 bedroom/1 bath suite

$2,969

$5,938

2 bedroom/1 bath semi-suite

$2,733

$5,466

4 bedroom/2 bath suite

$2,620

$5,240

Residential Housing Options (Mariner Village)

2 bedroom/1 bath private suite

$3,000

$6,000

4 bedroom/2 bath private suite

$2,645

$5,290

2 bedroom/2 bath shared suite

$2,450

$4,900

Meal Plan Options

19 meals +$ 50 Dining Dollars

$1,775

$3,550

17 meals +$ 100 Dining Dollars

$1,775

$3,550

15 meals +$ 125 Dining Dollars

$1,775

$3,550

Books/Supplies3

$800

$1,600

Total

$7, 711

$15,422

1 Tuition cost reflects 15 semester hours at the in-state tuition rate at $102.13 per credit hour. The non-resident tuition rate is $377.40 per credit hour. The average full-time (12 credit hours or more) student enrolls in 13 credit hours. The average part-time (6-11 credit hours or more) student enrolls in 7 credit hours. Online and eCore classes have separate tuition rates. The online course rate is $136.00 per credit hour and the tuition rate for eCore courses is $159.00 per credit hour. Fees associated with eCore courses are prorated.

2 Total cost is reflected of 2 bedroom/1bath suite and any of the meal plans.

3 The actual cost of books and supplies will vary depending upon curriculum. CCGA has reduced the cost of some textbooks by using Free Source and online textbook options.

Undergraduate Students (Living Off Campus)

Category

Semester

Academic Year

Tuition1

$1,532

$3,064

Fees

$685

$1,370

Housing2

$2,100

$4,200

Books/Supplies3

$800

$1,600

Total

$5,117

$10,234

1 Tuition cost reflects 15 semester hours at the in-state tuition rate at $102.13 per credit hour. The non-resident tuition rate is $377.40 per credit hour. The average full-time (12 credit hours or more) student enrolls in 13 credit hours. The average part-time (6-11 credit hours or more) student enrolls in 7 credit hours. Online and eCore classes have separate tuition rates. The online course rate is $136.00 per credit hour and the tuition rate for eCore courses is $169.00 per credit hour. Fees associated with eCore courses are prorated.

2 Housing numbers were calculated by College Board and reflect an increase in the Consumer Price Index.

3 The actual cost of books and supplies will vary depending upon curriculum. CCGA has reduced the cost of some textbooks by using Free Source and online textbook options.

Undergraduate Students (Living with Parents or Family)

Category

Semester

Academic Year

Tuition1

$1,532

$3,064

Fees

$685

$1,370

Housing2

$1,050

2,100

Books/Supplies3

$800

$1,600

Total

$4,067

$8,134

1 Tuition cost reflects 15 semester hours of the in-state tuition rate at $102.13 per credit hour. The non-resident tuition rate is $377.40 per credit hour. The average full-time (12 credit hours or more) student enrolls in 13 credit hours. The average part-time (6-11 credit hours or more) student enrolls in 7 credit hours. Online and eCore classes have separate tuition rates. The online course rate is $136.00 per credit hour and the tuition rate for eCore courses is $169.00 per credit hour. Fees associated with eCore courses are prorated.

2 Housing numbers were calculated by College Board and reflect an increase in the Consumer Price Index.

3 The actual cost of books and supplies will vary depending upon curriculum. CCGA has reduced the cost of some textbooks by using Free Source and online textbook options.


Out of State Waiver Information

Alabama, Florida, South Carolina Border State Waivers

Beginning with the 2016-2017 academic year, College of Coastal Georgia offers the equivalent of in-state tuition to all residents of Alabama, Florida, and South Carolina who meet the requirements for admission. There is a separate application for this waiver. To apply for a Border State tuition waiver (available to students from Alabama, Florida, or South Carolina), students must complete the application for out-of-state tuition differential waiver and return it with the proper supporting documentation. Download the Border State Waiver form.


Presidential Out-of-State Student Waivers

Students who have demonstrated academic success in high school and have academic credentials (Grade Point Average and SAT or ACT scores) that are comparable to the top 25 percent of our previous fall incoming class might qualify for a presidential out-of-state waiver.

Students must be accepted to the College of Coastal Georgia and apply for the waiver upon acceptance. Students are encouraged to apply immediately following acceptance. Waivers are awarded based upon availability.


Additional Out-of-State Waivers

Students are encouraged to visit the tuition classification page to review additional waivers that can be awarded to students with special circumstances. Additional waivers include: military-related waivers and economic advantage waivers.


Office of Admissions
912-279-5730
admiss@ccga.edu

Office of Financial Aid
912-279-5722
finaid@ccga.edu
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