Cost of Attendance
Tarrant County College District is known for offering a wide range of programs in a variety of streams, providing quality education to students. Compared to the tuition fees charged at most colleges, the cost of education at TCCD is quite low. The average annual cost for students opting to pursue undergraduate programs at the college is estimated to be around $5,818, based on 2020 - 2021 official information. This amount includes the total tuition fees as well as other expenses. The books and supplies cost $1,605, while the other expenses add up to $4,642.
Students should understand that the tuition fees charged for their degree programs is not the only expense that is involved in the cost of attending the university. There are several other expenses that are involved in the cost of attending the university, which primarily includes housing, dining, textbooks, supplies, and the cost of living. For students attending the university, the total tuition and fees for one year add up to about $5,818. Other than that, they will need to shell out an amount of $1,605 for books and supplies, $9,176 for room and boarding charges, and $4,642 toward other expenses on average in a year. So, the overall cost of attending TCCD comes out to be about $21,241 per year, according to the most recent information available. Moreover, the tuition fees that the candidates have to pay stand at $3,402 and $8,235 for in-state and out-state students, respectively.
Avg. Net Price
$0 to $30,000
$30,001 to $48,000
$48,001 to $75,000
$75,001 to $110,000
The net cost of attending Tarrant County College District – the actual amount that students and their families are required to pay in a given year – varies depending on the candidate's annual family income. Generally, the higher the family income of the candidate, the higher is the net amount to be paid. While the actual net cost is subject to one’s family income bracket, the average net price is estimated to be $6,266 at TCCD. For students with a family income below $30,000, the estimated net price is $5,225, while for the individuals who fall in the $30,001-$48,000 income bracket, the net cost is $5,742. Meanwhile, the net price stands at $7,048 for the $48,001-$75,000 income bracket and at $9,152 for an income between $75,001 and $110,000. This amount adds up to $10,725 for students whose annual family income is more than $110,000.
At Tarrant County College District, the estimated tuition and fees for candidates who have enrolled in undergraduate programs are $5,818 per year. Moreover, the applicants must also pay an amount of $9,176 towards room and boarding charges. Accordingly, the overall cost for undergraduate students at the college totals about $21,241 per year, based on the available data.
The cost per credit hour – the total program cost divided by the total number of credit hours of the program – that the student has to pay to attend Tarrant County College District varies between graduate and undergraduate degrees. The students, who enroll for graduate courses, will have to bear a cost per credit hour of $44. Tarrant County College District also offers a wide range of online programs across 45 different majors for students at present.
Moving on to the housing and related charges, students who wish to stay off-campus will have to pay around $13,818 per year. Notably, there are no on-campus lodging facilities available for students at the college. Moreover, off-campus candidates will have to pay an amount of $9,176 toward room and boarding charges. In addition to that, the candidates will have to pay an amount of about $1,605 for books and supplies. Meanwhile, the other expenses that one needs to plan for add up to $4,642 for off-campus students.
Housing & Other Expenses
Room & Boards
Book & Supplies
Tarrant County College District offers 31 online programs
The current projected cost of attending a four-year graduate course, along with the living expenses, at Tarrant County College District is around $108,613 as per official data. To note, the total expenses for undergraduate students stood at $6,266 for 2018-2019, $5,912 for 2017-2018, and $6,737 for 2016-2017.
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