Cost of Attendance
Tax Credit for Tuition and Fees
Non-Payment of Fees
Tuition and Payment
Withholding Student Records
Federal Financial Policies
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Certain classes charge fees in addition to tuition. Refer to the Schedule of Classes published each semester and summer session for class fee information. The Schedule of Classes is subject to change without notice.
Cost of Attendance Return to menu
Coconino Community College’s charges for educational fees are approved annually by the CCC District Governing Board are subject to modification by this Board. The following is intended to provide prospective students with information regarding approximate expenses. It is not to be interpreted as limiting the College’s need to adjust charges in response to rising costs.
• An Arizona resident who registers as a full-time student should expect to pay approximately $900 per semester for tuition and about $500 per semester on books and supplies.
• A part-time student who registers for 6 credit hours should expect to pay approximately $450 per semester for tuition and about $375 on books and supplies.
• The student should consult the most recent Schedule of Classes for current and complete information concerning expenses.
For more information on direct and indirect costs associated with attending CCC, please visit http://www.coconino.edu/sa/finaid/Pages/CostofAttendance.aspx .
Tax Credit for Tuition and Fees Return to menu
There are two tax credits available to help offset the costs of higher education by reducing the amount of your income tax. They are the Hope credit and the lifetime learning credit. Refer to IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education for more information.
Non-Payment of Tuition and Fees
A student who fails to meet financial obligations to CCC may be dropped from classes and will be barred from future enrollment until debts are settled.
Returned Checks Return to menu
Any check returned by the bank will result in the assessment of a $25 processing fee to the student’s account. A student who pays for registration or any other college obligation with a returned check may be subject to legal action and/or the cancellation of registration. The College reserves the right to refuse credit cards or checks for any transaction. Paying for the use of other college services by personal checks may be disallowed for any individual who has a check returned by the bank. If any payment tendered is unauthorized, incomplete, or received after the due date, registration fees will be considered as unpaid and the student will be dropped from all classes.
Tuition and Payment Return to menu
Tuition costs are summarized in the appropriate Schedule of Classes. Tuition does not include additional charges for class fees, books or supplies. To complete advance registration, tuition and fees must be paid (or financial aid arrangements completed, including the FACTS payment plan) by the payment deadline for advance registrants. To register for classes at any other registration period, payment is due at the time of registration unless financial aid arrangements have been made.
Withholding Student Records Return to menu
Coconino Community College may deny enrollment, official transcripts, degrees, and/or certificates to students with outstanding obligations to the College relating to fees, college equipment or materials, or any other obligation. Failure to respond to notifications regarding outstanding obligations may result in the withholding of student records and involuntary withdrawal from the College.
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In the event a class is canceled by the College, a 100% refund of tuition and fees will be issued. The refund due the student will be processed after the add/drop period and will be mailed to the student’s last known address unless prior arrangements have been made with the Business Office.
The withdrawal date is:
• The date the student began the withdrawal process as defined by the school;
• The date the student otherwise provided official notification to the school of the intent to withdraw; or
• If the student did not begin the withdrawal process or otherwise notify the school of the intent to withdraw, the midpoint of the semester for which federal financial aid was disbursed or a later date documented by the school. Please see www.coconino.edu/collegecatalog/current/CollegeCompliances.htm for information on the finacial aid office's requirement to recalculate your financial aid if you withdraw. This is known as the Financial Aid Return of Title IV Funds Calculation.
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This catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication. All information is subject to change without notice, obligation, or liability.