The following tuition and fees are for the 2016-2017 academic year. The College reviews tuition and fees annually and reserves the right to adjust fees when necessary.
Tuition (12-21 credits) $16,610
General Fee $300.00
Program Fee – Radiologic Technology & Physical Therapist Assistant $1,100.00
Program Fee – Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning $650.00
Program Fee – Welding $1,200.00
Program Fee – Carpentry $650
Program Fee – All Other Programs $550.00
Technology Fee $425.00
Orientation Fee $150.00 (freshmen only)
Graduation Fee $200.00 (to be submitted with graduation application)
On Campus Housing $7,100.00 (Room & Meal Plan)
Microtel Housing $8,000.00 (Room & Meal Plan)
Woodland Townhouse $8,400.00 (Room & Meal Plan)
Books & Supplies $1,700 estimated cost per year
Transcript Fee $ 5.00
Change of grade $ 25.00
Late registration $ 30.00
Drop/Add $ 15.00
Re-admission $ 15.00
Credit by Examination $ 100.00
The general fee covers Student Government allocations, student activities, auto registration/roadway maintenance, and accident insurance with $25,000.00 medical coverage per accident.
The program fee defrays the institutional operating costs associated with maintaining and upgrading equipment within each program.
The computer lab fee covers the cost of utilization of the computer labs and a personal e-mail account for all students.
The Orientation Fee covers the cost of the College’s Freshman Orientation program.
The graduation fee covers the cost of diplomas, caps and gowns, invitations, and the post-graduation reception. There is no reduction in the fee for graduates who do not attend commencement. The graduation fee is required for each degree earned.
Limited on-campus student housing is available to incoming freshmen on a first-come, first-served basis for freshman year only. Any unoccupied units are then made available to returning second-year students. A $200.00 housing deposit is required to secure your room. The housing cost is $7,100.00 per student per year for a double occupancy. This cost includes a meal plan and applies only to students who live in on-campus housing. Students who would like to have telephone, cable and/or internet connections services are responsible for those expenses.
The apartments are supervised by the Student Life Coordinator for Student Engagement/Residence Life and Student Resident Advisor who conducts daily rounds of the student apartment housing. The apartments are also monitored by exterior closed circuit security cameras. Apartments are modestly furnished with ample storage and closet space. The first floor has a kitchen and living area and the second floor has a bedroom and bathroom. A handicapped accessible unit is also available. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Student Life Department or the Residence/Student Life Coordinator.
Please note that Pennsylvania law requires students residing in on campus housing to submit documentation of immunization against meningococcal disease (meningitis) before being permitted to live on campus. This information can be recorded on the back of the health clearance form obtained through the Student Life Department.
For more information, visit our Campus Housing page.
Books and supplies will cost approximately $1,700.00 per school year; this amount may vary substantially depending on the program in which a student is enrolled.