Tuition and Fees

Student Fees

Fees assessed on the basis of enrollment status or services rendered for the 2020/21 academic year.

Mandatory Fees:

DescriptionAmountPerService Rendered
Health Clinic Fee$15
$1/cr. hr.
FT - Semester
PT - Semester
Funds health services for students
Intramural Recreation / Athletic Fee$110
FT - Semester
PT - Semester
Supports recreation programs and intercollegiate athletics
Student Activity Fee$109.50
FT - Semester
PT - Semester
Supports Student Senate activities
Technology Fee$84
FT - Semester
PT - Semester
Supports hardware and software technology
Transportation & Parking Fee$56
$4/cr. hr.
FT - Semester
PT - Semester
Transport students between campuses and local community; maintenance of parking spaces

Other Fees:

DescriptionAmountPerService Rendered
Academic Foundation Fee$51CourseSupports student foundation course work
Allied Health Lab Fee$162CourseTo cover costs associated with Allied Health Labs and clinicals
Animal Management Lab Fee$208CourseTo cover contractual expenses incurred for labs at zoos and aquariums
Baking and Pastry Arts Lab Fee$121CourseTo cover the cost of consumed materials and supplies
Bowling Lab Fee$58CourseTo cover additional cost of operating bowling lanes
Challenge Exam Administration and Assessment Fee$80ExamFaculty preparation, administration, and evaluation of challenge exams
Child Care FeesVariable
* See note
(Registration fee)
Child (waiting-list placement)
Fees cover the costs of salaries for teachers, meals, supplies, and equipment for day care services provided to children of students.

* The variable schedule service charge is structured on a sliding scale, depending on the length of care time and parental income
Credit for Prior Learning Fee$33Credit HourCPL credit hour fee to be paid for each credit hour awarded through assessment of portfolio (up to a maximum of 14 credits.) The first 6 credits are included in the $192 portfolio assessment fee. Student will pay an additional $33 per credit only for credit hours beyond these 6, to cover administrative costs and additional faculty time for assessment.
Culinary Arts Lab Fee$198CourseTo cover the cost of consumed materials and supplies
Distance Learning Fee$26Credit HourSupports development and delivery of online courses
ID Card Replacement Fee$10ID CardRequired for access to the College library and functions (first card is free)
Late Payment Fee$35OccurrenceAny account balance, after considering financial aid, remaining outstanding at tuition or payment plan due dates
Late Registration Fee$50Registration All support services & resources required to accommodate students unable to attend regularly scheduled registration. You will be charged the late registration fee if your first registration activity for a term occurs during the late registration period, which begins on the first official day of classes for that term.
Payment Plan Fee$40SemesterAdministrative costs for the College's tuition payment plan
Portfolio Assessment Fee$192Portfolio To cover cost of faculty evaluation of a portfolio submitted by a student to document learning acquired through work/life experience
Production Lab Fee$81CourseTo cover the cost of consumed materials and supplies
Returned Check/Charge Fee$30Item Returned or DisputedBank charges and handling costs of returned checks or disputed credit card authorizations
Tobacco Policy Violation Fee$25-$200Per occurrence; does not reset with term or year$25 - 1st violation; $50 - 2nd violation; $100 - 3rd violation; $200 - 4th and additional violations
Transcript Fee$10TranscriptTo cover costs of copying and postage
Welding Lab Fee$58Credit HourTo cover the cost of lab space and consumed materials and supplies


Cashier’s Office
Phone: 716-614-6443
Fax: 716-614-6444
Location: A-205 – Notar Admin Bldg.
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am – 4:00pm