Tuition & Fees

Tuition and Fees for each semester must be paid in full at the time of registration for each semester and are subject to increase without notice.
2017-2018 Tuition Rates
 Massachusetts State Resident***
Cost per credit
Non Massachusetts Resident
Cost per credit
 $24.00$230.00
Fees
General College Fee$163.00$163.00
Technology Fee$8.00$8.00
Tuition & Fees
Total per credit$195.00$401.00
Calculate the Cost for Credit Courses
MA Resident
$195.00 x number of credit hours + course fees = Total course cost
Non-Resident
$401.00 x number of credit hours + course fees = Total course cost
Example:
Fundamentals of Math, 3 credit hours
$195 x 3 = $585.00

Biological Principles I, 4 credit hours + Science course fee
$195.00 x 4 = $780.00 + $30.00 = $810.00
Example:
Fundamentals of Math, 3 credit hours
$401.00 x 3 = $1203.00

Biological Principles I, 4 credit hours + Science course fee
$401.00 x 4 = $1604.00 + $30.00 = $1634.00
*Additional course fees apply to Science, Allied Health, and Online courses.
Please note:
Students enrolled in the Self Supporting Allied Health Programs pay an additional $123 per credit.
Students enrolled in the Paramedic Certificate Program pay an additional $130 per credit.
Students enrolled in the Veterinary Technology Program pay an additional $1000 program-specific fee, annually.
Fees are subject to change without notice.
Insurance
Student Health Insurance**$1712.00 annual rate

Student insurance coverage offered through Gallagher Koster 

Return Check Fee$ 10.00
Transcript (Inactive Students Only)$ 5.00
Note: Federal Tax Credits may be available to students or parents who are eligible under the guidelines. Contact the IRS for more information.

**This fee may be waived if the student is currently enrolled in a qualifying student health insurance program (QSHIP).

Students who have their own health insurance can waive the fee by completing the online waiver form. The link is located within the portal, under the Student Home Tab, Student Accounts Office section.

***Students registering for credit courses, for the first time, at Massasoit Community College are required to complete the Massachusetts Community College – In-State Tuition Eligibility Form. Answering the questions on this form will allow the college to determine your residency status. Students may be asked to provide documentation as indicated on the form. Students who do not complete this form may be given a residency code of Unknown and will be charged the higher non-resident rate for tuition.