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Tuition and Fees

Costs for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Category Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Year 2015-2016

TUITION *

$24,498

$24,498

$48,996

ROOM Rates

     

BOARD **

     
Meal Plan A
2,739
2,739

5,478

Meal Plan B
2,538
2,538
5,076
Meal Plan C
2,334
2,334
4,668

HEALTH INSURANCE ***(optional)

Fall/Spring coverage - yearly coverage billed to student account in the fall semester (twelve-month policy)

$2,883 

*An activity fee of $420 for the year is part of the yearly tuition amount. 

**For fall semester all students will be charged for meal plan C. Students who wish to upgrade their meal plan, please visit www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/studentaccounts/gold-card/meal-plan.dot.  All meal plan changes must be made online.

All students may change their meal plan one time. No meal plan changes are accepted after the second week of school.

***Students who wish to "opt out" of the CC health insurance, must complete a health waiver - completed online only.  More information will be mailed to families about the student health insurance plan and waiver process in late June.

OTHER FEES which may be charged to the Student Account

Music Lessons Fee

Music lessons are offered to enrolled CC undergraduates and CC MAT students as adjunct courses on a semester basis at $425 for 12 private lessons.  This includes the cost of the use of a practice room and the student receives ¼ unit.  Students must sign up for instruction within the first block of the semester with the music department coordinator.  A student may drop instruction within the first block after two lessons and receive an 80 percent refund.  No refund is possible after the first block of the semester.  All enrollment and withdrawals must be made with the music department coordinator.

Off-Campus Fee

Students participating in off-campus programs (that are not CC programs) will be assessed a $300 administrative fee by the college.  Students who plan to withdraw from the program must complete this process by officially notifying the Registrar’s Office by May 1.  If this does not happen, the student will NOT receive a refund of the $300 administrative fee.

Health Service Charges/Fees

Contact Boettcher Health Center at 719-389-6386.

Miscellaneous Fees

Arts and Crafts course fees, Parking fees, Traffic fines, Library fines, Dorm damage, Unreturned equipment and other course related fees may be charged to the student account.

DEPOSITS

Admission Fees and Deposits  

Application fee is not credited to student account and deposit remains in a holding account until the student graduates or withdraws from CC.

A nonrefundable fee of $50 must accompany students' applications for admission, whether they are applying for admission as a regular student or as a graduate student.

A general-obligation deposit of $250 is required both of new students and students returning after interrupting college enrollment.  This deposit is applicable to other indebtedness to the college and remains on deposit as long as a student is enrolled.  The deposit is forfeited by failure to provide notice of withdrawal by March 1 for the fall semester and November 1 for the spring semester for enrolled students, or after acceptance of admission for new students.

Summer Session Deposits

Deposit(s) remain in a holding account until summer session charges are set up in late April.

In order to hold a place in a Summer Session course more than a week before the course begins, a nonrefundable tuition course deposit is due upon enrolling in the course.  A course deposit is also required for courses where the Wild Card is used, but will be credited to the student account upon completion of the course.  Course deposits are $100 for most summer courses; $75 for 3/4 unit courses; $25 for 1/4 unit courses.  Deposits are $500 for Organic Chemistry courses. All international/domestic courses require a $1,000 deposit. If a student drops a course, the deposit for that course will be forfeited.  Because many courses do fill up, and a few classes have been cancelled for low enrollment, students are encouraged to preregister for courses as soon as possible to ensure enrollment in the desired course.