Tuition and Fees Schedule

The Oregon Coast Community College Board of Education evaluates tuition rates annually or more often as changing fiscal conditions dictate. Tuition supports a portion of the cost of direct instruction.  Fees help cover the cost of instructional supplies, equipment, supplies, document processing and other related instructional costs. Required books and personal supplies must be purchased in addition to course fees. Some classes also have additional special fees. Fee charges are listed in the schedule of classes and are paid in addition to tuition. Fees also help offset the cost of maintenance and repair of instructional equipment and instructional facilities.  

Tuition/Fee Schedule
Charge Type
Amount

Tuition*

$99 / credit 
 
Other tuition and fees my be charged for specialized courses and programs such as Aquarium Science, EMT, Nursing, special workshop, and higher cost training and instruction. 

Out of State Tuition

$214/ credit

Universal Credit Fee

$7 / credit

Art Courses  

 

$33 and up / course

Computer Courses

$28 and up / course

Science Courses

$28 and up / course

Deferred Tuition Contract

$20 / term

Later Payment Fee

$50 / term

COMPASS Placement Test

$15

COMPASS Placemen Test Retest

$5 per subject

Basic Skills Class (ABE/GED/ESOL)

$20 / term

GED Test

$100

GED Retest

$15 per subject

Returned Check Fee

$25

Note: Other fees may be included to reflect costs associated with instruction, such as Aquarium Science, Art, laboratories, EMT (Emergency Medical Technology), Nursing, SBDC classes and workshops, and higher cost training and instruction. Fees help to cover classroom rental, equipment and related instructional costs. Fees are subject to change without notice. Scholarships are available. Call Student Services at 541-867-8501. for more information.

Late Payment Fee
A late payment fee of 50 $ is assessed on all deferred tuition payments not made by the due dates. This fee is also assessed on contracts from previous terms that are past due.

Determination of Residency
To qualify as a local or state resident, the student must have resided in Oregon for the past 90 days. Border States:  California, Idaho, Nevada and Washington students pay in-state tuition.

Adding or Dropping a Class
Students wishing to change their schedule by adding or dropping classes, in accordance with the Academic Calendar, need to do so via their myOCCC accounts.