Paying for College
The College of Coastal Georgia is one of the most affordable institutions on the southeast coast.
Estimated costs of attendance are costs that are paid to the College, such as tuition, fees, meal plans, and on-campus housing. We encourage 15 hours per semester to graduate in four years. Tuition costs will vary based on the number of credit hours in which you enroll. Twelve or more credit hours is considered full-time enrollment.
All freshmen living in a residence hall must select a dining plan. Books are not included on a student's invoice. However, since students usually purchase books for class, we included an estimated amount to assist when estimating the cost of attendance. All amounts provided are based on 2020-2021 costs and are subject to change for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Financial Aid is typically awarded and available for review in May. All financial aid is awarded based on availability.
Tuition Rates & Fees
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.
- Tuition & Fees for the 2022-2023 Academic Year (Full-time student taking 15 or more credit hours)
- Residence Hall Cost for Academic Year 2020-2021
- Residential meal plans
- Commuter meal plans
- Other estimated miscellaneous costs
- Total Estimated Annual Cost (with Residential Meal Plan, Mariner Village 2 bed/1 bath private suite, no miscellaneous costs)
- In-State and Out-of-State Tuition for Part-time Students
Are you eligible for in-state tuition?
Qualifying students can gain in-state tuition based on differential waivers offered at the College.