The total amount of tuition and general fees is determined each semester by the student's residency status, and the number of hours in which the student enrolls. Anyone auditing courses will be charged all tuition and fee rates.
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Certain courses, classes or programs have various additional laboratories, class materials or other fees. These additional costs are approved annually by the Board of Trustees. A complete listing is available in the Business Office and on the college website.
Various Credit by Examination programs require a processing fee for the credits to be placed on the student's transcript. Students will be notified of this charge at the time of award.
*Tuition and fees are subject to change.
All tuition and fees must be paid in full or students must be signed up and current on a payment plan before any future enrollments can be processed. 1 week before classes begin the student can view their student account on line by logging into their Buster Web, under "Review Student Account/Make Payment/ Set up Payment Plan. From there a student can make a payment, set up a payment plan or authorize others to view their student account, make payments or sign up on a payment plan on the student's behalf. Students whose financial aid applications are complete and accurate in the Financial Aid Office by July 1 or December 1 will have their aid eligibility determined by August 1 or January 1.
In addition to GCCC's refund policy, all students receiving Federal (Title IV) Financial Aid are subject to a "Return of Title IV Funds" calculation. This calculation is required for students who completely withdraw on or before the 60% point of the semester. The "Return of Title IV Funds" calculation involves only the Federal Financial Aid portion of funds received by the student. It determines the amount of federal funds the student and GCCC are entitled to keep, based on how long the student was enrolled during the semester. It is possible that GCCC and/or the student will owe federal funds back to the Department of Education regardless of the outcome of the GCCC institutional refund policy.
Students are expected to make prompt payment of all college financial obligations such as tuition and fees, housing, food, special fees, library fines and loans. MasterCard and VISA cards are accepted for payments.
• All existing financial obligations must be paid before enrollment will be allowed for the subsequent semester or summer session.
• If a student leaves the college with unpaid accounts, his/her academic records will be placed on hold and no academic transcripts will be issued until the account is cleared.
• Graduating students must clear all outstanding accounts before their diplomas will be issued.
• Holds will be placed on records of students who have defaulted on Federal Student Loans received while attending GCCC. No academic transcripts will be issued until the default status is resolved.
• To avoid registration delays a student, relying on financial aid to pay college costs, is responsible for contacting the Financial Aid Office and having all necessary forms and documentation completed before registration.
The Residence Hall Contract is a room and board contract. The cost includes actual room rent and food service for two different meal plans (15 or 19 meals per week). This amount is subject to change. Students interested in living in the Residence Halls should telephone the Residential Life Office at (620) 276-9516 for current costs, contracts, payment plans available, and additional information. Residential Life web page.
Full-time students can expect to pay at least $500 per semester for textbooks. Textbooks may be purchased at the Broncbuster Bookstore, located in the Beth Tedrow Student Center. Students with financial aid in place at the beginning of each semester may purchase books with a book voucher issued by the Business Office.
Students will be charged $5 for each official transcript requested or $5 for each faxed transcript. Transcripts will not be issued until payment is received. Transcripts will be sent by Federal Express only if an authorized account is provided, or if payment is made in advance to cover each transcript fee and actual express costs.
If a check made payable to the college is returned by a bank for any reason, the student's records will be placed on hold until the financial obligations are paid. The student will be charged a returned check fee for each returned check.Top of Page