Affordability and available financial assistance are keys to making your enrollment in our graduate studies program a reality.
Note the current tuition charges, payment methods, and financial aid assistance program below.
Tuition and Fees (2013-2014)
Tuition and fees are set annually by the board of directors and typically commence with the start of the academic year. Below is
our chart of fees associated with our graduate studies program.
Tuition - per credit hour
|Technology fee - per course
Students must register and pay their tuition in full at least five (5) business days prior to the beginning of the term. Those using financial aid as a
method of payment must register a minimum of one month prior to the beginning of the term.
Students may drop a course for a full refund prior to the beginning of classes. Beginning the first day of the term, students may withdraw with a 'W'
and no refund will be granted. Failure to submit any or all coursework does not constitute a withdrawal from the course.
Students may consider the Stafford and PLUS loan programs as sources of financial assistance. Contact the
financial aid office for
specific information. Some employers offer tuition reimbursement programs to their employees as incentive to earn advanced degrees.
After having obtained my undergraduate degree from CCC, it made perfect sense to get my graduate degree from them as well. I knew I could expect the same
traits I appreciated during my undergraduate years: a practical education from quality professors with an emphasis on the Christian perspective.