Tuition for 2017-2018
|Undergraduate Program (120 hours)||
$199* per 3 Credit Hour Class
|Graduate Program (36 hours)||$199* per 3 Credit Hour Class|
|Course Audit (seated courses only)||$50 per course|
|Online Courses||$199 per course|
* Note: Tuition costs reflect a 25% Discount for Early Registration. Early Registration window ends 14 days prior to Semester Start Date.
Additional Fees & Costs
|Application Fee1||$30 (non-refundable, one-time fee)|
|Degree Technology Fee2||$50 per semester|
|Summer Technology Fee2||$25|
|Books & Materials3||$30 - $100 (approximate costs for you per course)|
|Returned Payment Fee4||$35|
1The Application Fee is for the administrative costs of processing the application.
2Populi, a web-based course management so ware, requires a Technology Fee each semester of enrollment.
3Depending on the course, books and materials are generally about $30-$100 per course.
4For any type of payment that is returned or declined, a Returned Payments Fee is incurred. Withdrawal Fees are explained under the Refund Policy section below.
STUDENT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Students are expected to complete their financial check-in before the semester begins. Financial payments may be made at the school office: 7655 Bruton Smith Boulevard, Concord, NC 28027.
As a convenience to its students, CBC&S offers a payment plan of the semester’s tuition in which students are allowed to make three monthly payments during the semester. Please make arrangements with the Registrar at time of application.
When a student drops a course during the first week of the course, the student will receive a full refund (100%) of all tuition and fees for that course. When a course is dropped during the second to fourth weeks of a course, the student will receive a 50% refund of the tuition and fees for that course. When a course is dropped during the fifth through eighth weeks of the course, the student will receive a 25% refund. However, no refund will be given when a course is dropped after the eighth week. This refund policy applies only when the student submits a written notice to the Admissions Office within the time frames mentioned above.