Tuition and Fees

The following table provides costs details for the 2019-20 academic year.

(The TBR has approved a 0% in-state and 0% out-of-state maintenance fee change for community colleges for 2020-21.)

In-State Tuition

  • $168 per semester hour up to 12 hours
  • $35 per hour for all additional hours (13+)

Out-of-State Students

  • $692 per semester hour up to 12 hours
  • $140 per hour for all additional hours (13+)

Late Registration

  • $25 fee

In-State Students

  • $168 per hour, no maximum

Out-of-State Students

  • $692 per hour, no maximum

Online Course Fee

  • $67 per hour, no maximum

Program Services Fee

  • $16 per semester

Technology

  • $10 per semester hour or $116 per semester

Student Activity Fee

  • $3 per semester

Student Government Association

  • $3 per semester

International Education Fee (waived for 2020-2021 academic year)

  • $10 per semester

Facilities Fee

  • $22 per semester

Internet Course Fee

  • $42 per credit hour

Health Sciences Academic Course Fee

  • $25 per credit hour

Engineering Systems Technology Course Fee

  • $37 per credit hour (EST courses)

DEI / IncludED Materials Fee

  • Varies by participating course

Individual Music Instruction

  • $60 per credit hour

HIT/Med Liability Insurance

  • $75 maximum

Additional Parking Decals

  • $1 per decal

Fees for disabled students and senior citizens: Students who are 60 years old or older and are domiciled in Tennessee may enroll in classes for “audit” without payment of tuition or fees. Students who are disabled or 65 years old or older who are domiciled in Tennessee may enroll in classes for “credit” for a fee of $86, which includes the campus access fee. It does not include course-specific fees such as all miscellaneous course fees, materials fees, or online course fees.

Refunds: For information on refunds, please visit our refunds, drops and withdrawals page.

Fee change policies: The college, in conjunction with the Tennessee Board of Regents, reserves the right to add, delete or change fees for admission to the college or for services rendered by the college at any time without prior notice to the public.

Access to billing statements: Account statement information will be available in myChargerNet (Self-Service links on Student tab) for students to view or print out for their records. Paper bills will no longer be mailed. Students who have been approved for financial assistance or scholarships must log in to myCN and confirm their registration.