Tuition and Fees

Effective Fall 2014 Semester

New York City Residents and New York State Residents with B-81 on file:
Matriculated:  
Full-time (12-18 credits/billable equivalent credits) $2,250.00
Part-time (per billable equivalent credit) $195.00
Undergraduate (all others):  
Non-degree (per billable equivalent credit) $250.00
Senior citizen fee (per semester or session) $65.00
   
Non-New York City Residents, New York State Residents without B-81 on file, and Foreign Students:
Matriculated:  
Full-time (per billable equivalent credit) $300.00
Part-time (per billable equivalent credit) $300.00
Undergraduate (all others):  
Non-degree (per billable equivalent credit) $395.00
   
Special Fees for all Students, Matriculated & Non-Matriculated:
Student Activities Fee:  
Full-time (Per Semester/Session) $61.75
Part-time (Per Semester/Session) $28.25
University Student Senate Fee (Per Semester/Session) - Effective Winter 2014 $1.45
Consolidated Services Fee (Per Semester/Session including senior citizens) $15.00
Technology Fee:  
Full-time (Per Semester/Session) $100.00
Part-time (Per Semester/Session) $50.00
   
Transcripts (No charge for transcripts sent to a CUNY college) $7.00
Late Registration $25.00
Change of Program $18.00
Readmission (Effective January 1, 2014) $20.00
Duplicate of ID Photo Card
     or Other College Record
$10.00
$10.00
Duplicate Diploma $30.00
Nonpayment Service Fee $15.00
Returned Check Processing Fee $20.00
Cooperating Teachers $25.00
Special Examinations: First
                    Each additional
$15.00
$5.00

*NYS Residents who reside outside of the 5 boroughs must submit an “Out of County Certificate

All Hostos Community College tuition and fee amounts are subject to change without notice.

If you have registered for courses and change your mind about attending please be sure to drop all classes. Don’t assume the school will run a cancellation process absolving you of any charges. You must withdraw from your classes prior to the first day of the semester to avoid tuition and fee drop charges. Any student that does not officially withdraw from classes prior to the start of the term is subject to being charged based upon the University’s academic calendar. If you withdraw for the semester and receive a book advance (refund), you will most likely have to return those funds to the school.

Related Topic: Tuition Payment Plan