Tuition, Fees, and Refunds

Tuition Rates, List of Possible Fees, and Refund Policies for Students

Tuition

Full-Time Attendance
Part-Time Attendance/Single Subject
Over Full-Time Attendance

Tuition is subject to change annually.

Payments

All tuition costs and fees are payable in full by the first day of each term. Midstate College offers a payment plan to students who are unable to pay the full amount by the due date. Questions concerning this payment plan should be directed to the Financial Assistance/Accounting Departments.

Graduates will not receive a degree, diploma, or official transcript until the balance owed is paid in full. Midstate College reserves the right at the time of registration to require full payment from students who have failed in the past to pay tuition and fees on time.

Fees

Application Fee - upon enrollment (non-refundable) $25.00
Readmission Fee 10.00
Graduation Fee (last quarter only) 150.00
Additional Degree or Diploma Fee (each) 15.00
Cap and Gown for Associate and Diploma 16.50
Cap and Gown for Bachelor Degree 30.50
Single Subject Tuition Deposit 25.00
Course Proficiency Application Fee 25.00
Course Proficiency Credit Award* 125.00
Transcript Fee 10.00
Computer Course Usage Fee 70.00
Allied Health Lab Fee 150.00
Health Information Software Fee 150.00
Science Lab Fee 100.00
Medical Transcription Foot Pedal & SUM CD Deposit (quarterly) 100.00
Medical Transcription Foot Pedal & SUM CD Rental (quarterly) 100.00
Stenographic Machine Damage Deposit 100.00
Stenographic Machine Rental (quarterly) 100.00
Realtime Reporting Case CATalyst (Student) Software Rental 100.00

*See Prior Learning Assessment in the Midstate College Catalog for fee structure.

Refunds

Midstate College has a fair and equitable refund policy for students who completely withdraw from classes.

Official notice of withdrawal through the student records office is required. Courses must be officially dropped with the student records office by letter, phone or in person. We highly recommend that students considering withdrawing seek the advice of their program director and/or instructor(s) and financial assistance officer prior to making a final decision. Non-attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal.

Refunds are made within 30 days of the withdrawal date for official withdrawals. For students who fail to notify the College of withdrawal, refunds are made within 30 days of the date the institution determines the student is no longer enrolled or at the end of the term, whichever is earlier. For determining refunds for students who do not officially withdraw, the institution will use the student's last date of attendance or the date of the last documented academically-related activity. All book charges, fees and unpaid balances shall be deducted from the refund.

For additional information regarding refunds, please see the Midstate College Catalog.