Cost of Attendance
Butler Community College provides an affordable approach of pricing. Students need to pay an average tuition amount of at least $2,520. When it comes to the undergraduate students, the tuition and fees varies between the programs they choose, however an average of around $3,510 is expected. The tuition and fees provide a barebones expectation to the students who wish to enroll in a program in the college.
Butler Community College is a public community college providing education to students from every background. Butler Community College’s cost of attendance gives an accurate and detailed overview of the amount students need to pay for the enrolled course. The cost of attendance for in-state students is $13,260 and for out-state students is $15,060.
Avg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000
$30,001 to $48,000
$48,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $110,000
The net prices in Butler Community College is calculated according to the family income of the student. Depending on the financial aid available to the family or the student, the income bracket may either pay more or less than the overall average costs. However, the average net price at Butler Community College is $8,223.
Family incomes ranging from $0 to 30,000 have a net price of $7,149 , whereas the net price for the range $30,001 to 48,000 is $7,162 . Incomes between $48,001 to $75,000 incur about $10,135 as net price. For the range of family income $75,001 to 110,000, the net price is $11,476 The net price sees a big boost when we look at incomes greater than $110,000; the amount comes up to $12,224.
Stafford Loan Interest
Time to Pay off Student Loan
Example monthly payment
Total interest paid
Sum of Loan Payments
To have a realistic understanding of how much it will cost to study at Butler Community College
here is an example one can consider to estimate the payment amounts one will incur with a student loan.
Take a loan of $11,470
for example. This will result in a
payment to be made each year.
We can assume that the interest rate is
post any refinancing or consolidation activities with a
Then the total payment made towards the loan is
in addition to the principal amount, which constitutes the interest
payment made throughout the life of the loan.
The total annual tuition and fees for students of Butler Community College comes up to $9,660 for in-state undergraduate students and $11,460 for out-state undergraduate students. When breaking down the costs, we get the tuition and fees which is $3,510 for in-state students and $5,310 for out-state students and room and board expenses that stand at $6,150 for all students.
The Butler Community College cost per credit hour is applicable to undergraduate degree programs. Cost per credit hour for undergraduate programs reaches up to $117.
Butler Community College has facilities for on-campus and off-campus housing. Cost of room and board varies with a huge margin when on-campus and off-campus amounts are compared. On-campus cost comes up to $6,150 and off-campus costs are $11,712.
Other expenses include miscellaneous campus expenses that reach up to $2,400, and books and supplies will easily reach $1200.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Butler Community College offers 17 online programs
As per official data, the current projected cost for a four-year bachelor's degree, along with the living expenses, at the college is estimated to be around $86,508. To note, the total expenses for undergraduate students stood at $13,901 for 2018-2019, $13,007 for 2017-2018, and $12,292 for 2016-2017.
Associate of Arts
Associate of Arts in Psychology
Total Cost : $ 11340
Cost per credit: $ 189
Total Credits: 60
Associate of Science
Associate of Science in Psychology
Associate of Arts in Religion
Associate of Arts in History
Associate of Science in Marketing
Associate of Arts in Economics
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts
Associate of Science in Liberal Arts
Associate of Arts in Political Science
Certificate in Education
Certificate in Early Childhood Education
Total Cost : $ 5670
Total Credits: 30
Associate in General Studies - Liberal Arts
Associate of Arts in Philosophy
Associate of Arts in English & Literature
Associate of Arts in Sociology & Social Work
Certificate in Accounting
Certificate in Accounting Assistant