For every credit you register for, we charge a tuition fee and a college service fee. The cost-per-credit depends on multiple factors including whether you take day, D/D, or evening courses and your residency status. Tuition and the college service fee do not comprise the entirety of your bill; other fees apply. See Miscellaneous Fees below. The College offers no reduction in tuition and fees for auditing a course.
NOTE: All fees are subject to change after July 1.
Costs by Residency
Massachusetts Residents and Evening, Online/Remote, Summer, and Intersession Courses
The following rates apply to Massachusetts state residents and to all students taking evening, online, summer, and intersession courses, regardless of residency.
New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) Students (Day and D/D Course Rates)
Out-of-State (Day and D/D Course Rates)
|Health Records Administration Fee*||$11 per semester|
|Late Fee||$35 per semester|
|Late Payment Plan Fee||$10 for each month payment is more than 30 days past due until account is referred to collections|
|Online Distance Education Course Fee||$10 per online credit|
|Payment Plan Enrollment Fee||$35 per semester (non-refundable)|
|Registration Fee||$20 per semester (non-refundable)|
|Returned Check Fee||$15 per returned check|
|Student Activity Fee*||$30 per semester|
|Student Health Insurance||$3,858 (fall semester-annual coverage)
$2,574 (spring semester-8 month coverage)
* The health records administration fee and student activity fee are charged for day, D/D, and online classes in each of the fall and spring semesters.
Description: Additional fees shown in the table below may be included on your bill for specific programs or courses. Some programs may also require equipment, supplies, or other expenses related to the cost of running the courses within that program. All health occupation students are required to carry College-approved professional liability insurance (information about this charge can be obtained from the Health Occupations Department).