2014-2015 Tuition and Fees Schedule
Tuition and fees are established by the DCC Board of Trustees and are subject to change by its action.
For each semester, a deposit is required at the time of registration to complete the registration process and to hold a student’s class schedule with final payment due by the stated Tuition Due Date. Along with cash and checks, the College accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card for payment.
To help you meet your educational expenses, Dutchess Community College offers the FACTS Payment Plan as a convenient way to pay your semester charges. This is not a loan program. There are no interest or finance charges assessed and there is no credit check. This is a semester-based plan and is easy to enroll in through your MyDCC account. Once you set up your plan, payments are made automatically. Further information about the FACTS plan can be obtained from the Office of Student Accounts or on the web through your MyDCC account.
Tuition for Full-Time Students (over 11 credits)+
|New York State Resident†||$1,600.00 per semester|
|Nonresident||$3,200.00 per semester|
|Technology Fee||$150.00 per semester|
|Activity Fee||$40.00 per semester|
|Athletic Fee||$20.00 per semester|
Tuition for Part-Time Students (1-11 credits)+
|New York State Resident†||$133.00 per credit hour|
|Nonresident||$266.00 per credit hour|
|Technology Fee||$10.00 per credit hour|
|Activity Fee||$8.00 per semester|
|Athletic Fee||$7.00 per semester|
|Aviation Fees¤||$6,559.00 - $8,891.00
|Background Check Fee||105.00|
|Ceramic Materials Fee||$40.00 per applicable course|
|CLEP Exam||$77.00 (exam); $10 (service fee)|
|Cross-Registration Fee||$30.00 per semester|
|Dantes Exam Fee||$80.00 (exam); $15.00 (service fee)|
|Equipment Breakage Fee||$10.00-$50.00 per applicable item|
|Graduation Fee||$30.00 per diploma|
|Hepatitis B Series
|ID Card Replacement*||$5.00 per replacement|
|Lab Fees||$20.00 - $40.00 per applicable course|
|Laboratory Nursery School‡||$2,300.00 per year|
|Late Payment Fee||$50.00 per semester|
|Late Registration*||$10.00 per semester|
|Library Fines||up to $5.00 per infraction|
|Lost Book Fee||$50.00 per infraction|
|Overdue Reserve Book||$50.00 lost charge|
|Playaway||$50.00 lost charge|
|Audio Cables/Earbuds||$10.00 lost charge|
|Headphones||$35.00 lost charge|
|DVDs/Video||$75.00 replacement charge|
|Lost Article Fee||$10.00-$250.00 applicable item|
|Non-Student Testing||$35.00 per exam|
|Personal Training Certification||$175.00 per exam|
|Prof. Liability Insurance*||$12.00/$35.00 per year|
|Proficiency Exam Fee*||$45.00 per exam|
|Program Change Fee*||$5.00 per change|
|Red Cross Certification*||$5.00/$10.00/$30.00 applicable courses|
|Replacement Diploma||$15.00 per diploma|
|Returned Check Fee*||$25.00 per check|
|Student Accident Insurance||$7.50 per semester/ $2.00 per summer semester|
|SUNY Learning Network||$25.00 per course|
|Traffic Fines||$15.00/$25.00/$50.00 per infraction|
|Transcript Fee*||$5.00 per copy|
|Transition RN Fee||$25.00 per semester|
|Trip Fee (Study Abroad)||$90.00 per trip|
|Tuition Payment Plan Deferrment||$25.00 per semester|
Music Lab Fees
|Individual Lesson||$375.00 MUS 141, 142, 161, 162, 241, 242, 261, 262|
|Individual Lesson||$1,125.00 MUS 210, 211|
|Group Lab Fee||$175.00 MUS 141, 142|
Students registered for less than 12 hours of course work are classified as part-time.
* Not Refundable
+Tuition correct at time of publication; however, review and adjustment of tuition and fees may occur before the start of the 2014-2015 academic year.
The tuition and fee schedule shown is for the 2014-2015 academic year. Tuition and fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change.
†To qualify for the NY State Resident rate, a student must have been a resident of New York State for one year immediately prior to registration. In addition, those who are not residents of Dutchess County must present a Certificate of Residence signed by the chief fiscal officer of the county or counties in which they have lived in the past six months. Without such a certificate or certificates, a student will be required to pay the Nonresident Tuition rate. Dutchess County residents must file an Affirmation of Dutchess County Residence (available in the Student Accounts or Registrar’s Office) to pay the resident tuition rate.
‡ The College is authorized to reduce the basic fee for the Laboratory Nursery School enrollment in accordance with established guidelines. Families unable to pay the basic fee are invited to contact the director of the DCC Laboratory Nursery School for further information.
Aviation Fees are negotiated with flight school and may vary.
A $50 deposit is required within 48 hours of registration and the balance is due on or before the first day of each semester. Accounts unpaid after the third week of classes will incur a $50 late payment fee. Accounts unpaid by mid-semester will be sent to a collection agency. Any fees charged to DCC by the agency as a result of collection activities will be charged to the student. The charges can be 30% or more of the balance due.
Additional costs related to housing and meals for Conklin Hall are established by the Dutchess Community College Association Board of Directors. Visit the residence hall website for more information.
VIEW YOUR ACCOUNT STATEMENT AND MAKE PAYMENTS ONLINE at myDCC
To access your online statements, make payments or add Authorized Users to your account:
Log on to myDCC at myDCC with the username and password provided to you by the College. If you don't know, or don't remember this information, contact the DCC Helpdesk at (845) 431-8000 ext. 4357 or email email@example.com
Select the tab marked "Student Financial Services" and click on the QuikPay logo in the QuikPay channel box.
In QuikPay, you can view your current statement, make payments and set up other authorized users who will be able to view your statements and make payments on your account.
DCC is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail. Please mail at least 10 days prior to due date to the address above. DO NOT SEND CASH THROUGH THE MAIL.
The registered student is responsible for the tuition and fee charges unless de-registered by the College or courses are OFFICIALLY dropped. Non-attendance does not constitute an OFFICIAL drop. To OFFICIALLY drop you must submit a drop form to the Registrar's office before the first day of classes. Non-payment does not limit student's liability.