Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees

All fees are subject to change without notice. The tuition and fees currently assessed each semester are listed below:

Georgia Residents

Tuition

$89 Per Credit Hour

Technology Fee

$105

Instructional Fee

$55

Registration Fee

$50

Campus Safety Fee

$25

Campus Supply Fee

$40

Student Activity Fee

$30

Parking Fee

$20

Accident Insurance

$4

 

Commercial Truck Driving Students

Tuition

$132 Per Credit Hour

Technology Fee

$105

Instructional Fee

$55

Registration Fee

$50

Campus Safety Fee

$25

Campus Supply Fee

$40

Student Activity Fee

$30

Parking Fee

$20

Fuel Surcharge

$185

Accident Insurance

$4

 

Out of State Residents

Students who are legal residents of the United States will be charged tuition at a rate two times the rate paid by Georgia residents.  United States citizens include legal residents of the 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands.  Athens Technical College exists primarily to serve Georgia’s citizens; therefore, non-resident students may enroll in classes on a space-available basis.  They shall not displace students desiring to enroll who are legal, permanent residents of the state.

Tuition

$178 Per Credit Hour

Technology Fee

$105

Instructional Fee

$55

Registration Fee

$50

Campus Safety Fee

$25

Campus Supply Fee

$40

Student Activity Fee

$30

Parking Fee

$20

Accident Insurance

$4

 

International Residents

International students who, in accordance with the federal Title IV definition, are permanent residents of the United States and hold a permanent resident card (I-551) or a conditional permanent resident card (I-551C) are classified as eligible non-citizens for tuition purposes.  Also classified as eligible non-citizens are holders of an arrival departure (I-94) from the Department of Homeland Security showing any one of the following designations:  refugee, asylum granted, parolee (I-94 confirms paroled for a minimum of one year and the status has not expired), or Cuban-Haitian entrant.  Eligible non-citizens may be extended the same considerations as citizens of the United States in determining whether they qualify as Georgia residents and thus for in-state tuition.  Persons with an F1 or F2 student visa, a J1 or J2 exchange visitor visa, a G series visa, or employment authorization card do not meet the definition of eligible non-citizens.

Tuition

$356 Per Credit Hour

Technology Fee

$105

Instructional Fee

$55

Registration Fee

$50

Campus Safety Fee

$25

Campus Supply Fee

$40

Student Activity Fee

$30

Parking Fee

$20

Accident Insurance

$4

 

Georgia Residents 62 Years of Age and Older

Georgia Residents 62 Years of Age or Older — Georgia residents who are 62 years of age or older who meet requirements for enrollment into academic courses may attend on a space-available basis without paying tuition. Georgia residents 62 years of age or older who want to guarantee enrollment in a course must pay tuition and all applicable fees. Once they elect to guarantee enrollment, they are not eligible to change to a space-available basis at a later date. Georgia residents 62 years of age or older are ineligible to receive financial aid through the HOPE program once tuition is waived. HOPE does not cover fees or books. Please note the following registration requirements: 

 

  •  Georgia residents 62 years of age or older who choose to pay tuition and fees themselves to guarantee enrollment. These students may register online during returning student registration if they are returning students or during new student registration if they are new students.

  • Georgia residents 62 years of age or older who are seeking to have their tuition waived. These students must register in person in the Office of Registration and Records during the official Drop/Add period.









 

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