Tuition and Fees

General Fund courses are any credit courses offered during the fall and spring semesters. Tuition and fees for General Fund courses are payable in advance in accordance with deadline dates announced each semester.

Credit Extension tuition and fees are for accelerated courses offered during the summer and winter sessions.

The following is a complete schedule of tuition and fees, prepared by the Board of Regents for Higher Education.


In-State Tuition

Connecticut Residents Tuition and Fees Per Semester

General Fund Classes (In-State Tuition and Fees)

Semester Hours College Tuition College Services Fee Student Activity Fee ‡ Total
1 $166 $88 $10 $264
2 $332 $95 $10 $437
3 $498 $101 $10 $609
4 $664 $106 $10 $760
5 $830 $125 $10 $965
6 $996 $142 $10 $1,148
7 $1,162 $160 $10 $1,332
8 $1,328 $175 $10 $1,513
9 $1,494 $194 $10 $1,698
10 $1,660 $209 $10 $1,879
11 $1,826 $227 $10 $2,063
12 or more** $1,992 $246 $20 $2,258

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Credit Extension Classes (In-State Tuition and Fees)

Semester Hours College Tuition College Services Fee Total
1 $180 $88 $268
2 $360 $95 $455
3 $540 $101 $641
4 $720 $106 $826
5 $900 $125 $1,025
6 $1,080 $142 $1,222
7 $1,260 $160 $1,420
8 $1,440 $175 $1,615
9 $1,620 $194 $1,814
10 $1,800 $209 $2,009
11 $1,980 $227 $2,207
12 $2,160 $246 $2,406

 

Out-of-State Tuition

Non-Resident Rates Tuition and Fees Per Semester

As of July 1, 1991, residency for in-state tuition purposes: an emancipated person must have resided in this state for a period of not less than one year.

General Fund Classes (Out-of-State Tuition and Fees)

Semester Hours College Tuition College Services Fee Student Activity Fee ‡ Total
1 $498 $264 $10 $772
2 $996 $285 $10 $1,291
3 $1,494 $303 $10 $1,807
4 $1,992 $318 $10 $2,320
5 $2,490 $375 $10 $2,875
6 $2,998 $426 $10 $3,434
7 $3,486 $480 $10 $3,976
8 $3,984 $525 $10 $4,519
9 $4,482 $582 $10 $5,074
10 $4,980 $627 $10 $5,617
11 $5,478 $681 $10 $6,169
12 or more** $5,976 $738 $20 $6,734

 

Credit Extension Classes (Out-of-State Tuition and Fees)

Semester Hours College Tuition College Services Fee Total
1 $180 $264 $444
2 $360 $285 $645
3 $540 $303 $843
4 $720 $318 $1,038
5 $900 $375 $1,275
6 $1,080 $426 $1,506
7 $1,260 $480 $1,740
8 $1,440 $525 $1,965
9 $1,620 $582 $2,202
10 $1, 800 $627 $2,427
11 $1,980 $681 $2,661
12 $2,160 $738 $2,898

NEBHE Tuition

New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) Tuition and Fees Per Semester

MCC is a member of the New England Regional Student Program. This program provides an opportunity for students to earn an undergraduate degree in certain programs not offered at a college near their home or in their home state. Under this program, an out-of-state student who is accepted into this program will be charged the regular resident tuition plus a 50% surcharge. Below is a listing of tuition and fees per semester for this program. Go to the Admissions office for more information about this program or visit the NEBHE website.

General Fund Classes (NEBHE Tuition and Fees)

Semester Hours College Tuition College Services Fee  

Student Activity Fee  ‡

Total
1 $249 $132 $10 $391
12 or more** $2,988 $369 $20 $3,377

Credit Extension Classes (NEBHE Tuition and Fees)

Semester Hours College Tuition College Services Fee Total
1 $180 $132 $312
12 $2,160 $369 $2,529
15 $2,700 $369 $3,069

Please note: Additional semester hours are charged accordingly.
‡ Refundable fees. The $20 student activity fee is charged for fall and spring classes. There is no student activity fee for summer session and winter intersession classes.
** Excess Credits Tuition Charge: An additional flat tuition charge of $100 per semester when total registered credits exceed 17 for the semester.


Additional Mandatory Usage Fees Per Semester

Supplemental Course Fee
Level 1 $102.50 per course; level determined by additional contact hours
Level 2 $205 per course; level determined by additional contact hours

*Max per term $410

Material Fee
$51 per course, where applicable

*Max per term $102

Clinical Program Fee – Level 1
$487 per semester (Fall and Spring only) for Level 1 Allied Health Programs

Clinical Program Fee – Level 2
$359 per semester (Fall and Spring only) for Level 2 Allied Health Programs

U-Pass Transportation Fee
$40


Special Fees

  • Installment Payment Plan: $25
  • Late Tuition/Fee Payment: $15
  • Returned Check Fee: $25
  • Replacement of lost ID card: $5
  • College Level Exam Program (CLEP) Examination Fee 1 for general or subject exams
    One exam: $15
    Each additional exam, same month: $15
  • Academic Evaluation Fee: $15
  • Portfolio Assessment Fee: $100

Fee Deposit

Full-time and part-time students must pay a deposit of all fees applicable to the courses for which registered at the time of registration, including courses for audit, exclusive of tuition.

The total tuition applicable to the courses for which registered, including courses for audit, is payable in one installment and is due six weeks before the first day of classes unless the student enrolls in the online payment plan offered by the College.


Installment Payment Plan

An Installment Payment Plan is available to students who are registered for a minimum of six semester hours. Students may apply for an installment payment plan at the time of registration. There is a $25 non-refundable fee for participation in the plan.

Who can enroll? Any credit student enrolled in the fall or spring semester with a charge of $1,158 or more can enroll in a payment plan unless there is an unpaid balance from a previous semester.


Other Refund Links

It is the responsibility of each student to know and comply with the college’s withdrawal and refund policies. Ignorance of policies or deadlines cannot be used as justification for a refund.


Footnotes:

** MCC uses your current registration schedule to calculate your charges in accordance with CSCU Board of Regents (BOR) approved Tuition and Fees rate tables. All tuition and fee charges are subject to change by the BOR.

  1. CLEP exam fees are payable to College Level Examination Board and are not deposited or held in state accounts.

College Presidents/CEOs, with the approval of the BOR, are authorized to waive general and special fees of students enrolled in special programs when the circumstances justify such action.