Tuition, Fees, and Payment Options
All students are under the current tuition rate which is set for the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters and is subjected to annual increases.
|Lower division courses ( per credit hour )||Upper division courses ( per credit hour )|
|In-state residents - $102.48*||In-state residents - $112.08*|
|Out-of-state residents - $386.52*||Out-of-state residents - $442.08*|
Access, application, deferred examination, graduation, I.D. card replacement, late, reinstatement, testing, and transcript fees are non-refundable.
Refunds during posted add/drop period: Refunds of 100 percent (less nonrefundable fees) will be made until the last day of registration (end of the posted add/drop period). Refunds are processed 10 days after the posted add/drop date of the term, and sent via the option chosen by the student.
Refund options include:
1. Easy Refund = Same Day
2. ACH transfer = 1-3 Days
Students who register for accelerated or short-term classes will follow the same procedures but may have separate add/drop refund deadlines.
Refunds during the withdrawal period: Students who withdraw from a course based upon a documented College error after the close of registration (end of posted add/drop period) may petition the College Refund Committee for a refund of fees .
A minimum fee of $20 will be charged for each returned check. The maximum charge permitted by law is the greater of $40 or 5% of the face amount of the check. The check writer is also responsible for all of the cost of collection.
The return of a check shall result in cancellation of registration during the posted add/drop period. To be permitted to re-register, the amount of the returned check, plus the $20 returned check charge, must be paid.
A returned check given for any purpose by a student following the posted add/drop period will result in the student being withdrawn from class. Readmission will be permitted only after payment is made in the amount of the returned check, plus the $20 penalty.
A financial hold will be placed on the records of a student who submits a "bad" check and will stay until the check has been "made good." Any student whose records indicate a returned check which has not been "made good" will not be permitted to register for future courses at SCF, and any request for transcript of the student's college record will be refused.
The college reserves the right to refuse payment by check for any student whose record indicates returned check activity for past transactions.