Tuition and Fees
Tuition Per Credit Hour, 2017-2018 (effective fall, 2014)
New Hampshire Residents: $210 per credit
New England Regional Student Program (NERSP): $315 per credit
Out of State Residents: $478 per credit
• A non-refundable Advanced Tuition Deposit of $100 must be paid within 30 days of receipt of letter of acceptance.
• All fees are subject to change.
• Full-time status for financial aid and/or insurance purposes requires a minimum of 12 credits each semester, except for coop students.
• View Program Cost Estimates by Academic Program
Students enrolled full or part-time, day or evening, will be assessed a Comprehensive Fee of $6 per credit in each semester of attendance. The fee is administered in part by the Student Senate within administrative guidelines.
A fee will be charged for laboratory/clinic/practicum or other similar experiences. This fee will be calculated by subtracting the number of class hours from the number of credit hours and multiplying the remainder by $110 for each course. This fee will be added to the normal tuition charge for that course. This fee will be charged to all students with no exceptions. Effective January 1, 2009, no fee will be charged for co-ops and internships. No other lab fees are permitted without the written authorization of the Commissioner of the Community College System of New Hampshire.
|LSCI1450||Anatomy & Physiology I||3||2||4|
|4 - 3 = 1 X 110 = $110|
|CL = Class Hours, LAB = Lab Hours, CR = Credit Hours|
Veterans and a spouse or child using educational assistance benefits that are living in New Hampshire and attending CCSNH will be charged in-state tuition, without waiting the ordinary period to establish residency.
GM ASEP Students
All New England resident students enrolling at Lakes Region CC in the General Motors ASEP Automotive Program (effective Fall 2011, approved by Board of Trustees on 12/9/10) and Toyota TTEN Program (effective Fall 2017, approved by Board of Trustees on 4/14/16) will be charged the In-State Tuition Rate, rather than the New England Regional Rate.
$125, plus $20 for additional
or replacement diplomas
Payment Plan Fee
|$30 or 5% of total charges (whichever is less)|
|Payment Plan Late Fee||$10|
|Accuplacer Exam Fee*||$20|
|Protested Checks Fee*||$35|
Basic Service Operations
NABCEP Energy Certification Fee
for CCSNH students
NABCEP Energy Certification Fee
for non-CCSNH students
|Mercury Marine MTF Certification Test||$25|
|LNA Competency Exam - written||$65|
|LNA Competency Exam - clinical||$95|
|Nursing Liability Insurance||$20|
|Proctor Exam Fee for non-CCSNH students||$50|
|Replacement Fee (unreturned library books)||$30|
(Self Contained Breathing Apparatus)**
|Turn Out Gear**||$100|
|**These charges apply to Fireground Procedures classes|
Student Personal Professional Liability Insurance is mandatory for all students in health and human service related programs which include clinical requirements. This may also be required for students in other programs who participate in an off campus practicum or internship. Fee ranges from $20 to max of $65 per year.
The New England Regional Student Program provides qualified out-of-state New England residents with reduced tuition based on in-state tuition plus 50 percent. Eligibility for this program is established if the academic program to which the student is applying is not offered in the student’s home state, or if the program offered at this college is closer to home. Determination of eligibility is the responsibility of the Vice President of Student Affairs. NERSP students are liable for full payment of all fees.
A non-refundable tuition deposit of $100.00 may be required from matriculated students. (A matriculated student is defined as one who has been formally accepted into a degree, certificate, professional certificate, or diploma program.) The President or his/her designee reserves the right to waive the deposit for any or all groups of students as may be deemed appropriate for his/her college.
If the deposit is required it will be applied to the tuition for the semester in which the student is matriculated and is non-refundable. The tuition deposit is not transferable to another semester unless an exception is made by the President or his/her designee. One hundred dollars of any payment towards a student's first matriculated semester may be designated as the non-refundable tuition deposit. A change of major may also require an additional non-refundable deposit. If required, tuition deposits are due 30 days from the date of the acceptance letter and prior to the first day of classes.
Senior citizens (65 or older) will pay half tuition on a space available basis for credit courses. They are also responsible for the Comprehensive Student Service and Academic Instruction fees. Eligibility requires New Hampshire residency. Senior citizens will pay full tuition for non-credit courses and workshops.
It is the policy of the College to require payment or arrangements for payment of all semester charges 14 calendar days prior to the start of the semester
Failure to make payment in full or arrangements for payment 14 days prior to the start of the semester will result in the cancellation of the student's registration. Students will then need to re-register and make payment or arrangements for payment providing that the course(s) still has space available.
Tuition payments are due 14 days prior to the start of the semester. Each semester/session of the college year, including summer sessions, is billed separately. Tuition bills are mailed to each student approximately 30 days prior to the due date.
Tuition is based on a per credit charge. Students enrolled in 12 credits or more are considered full-time students. Credits earned during co-op work experience are college credits for which there are tuition fee charges payable by the student.
Books, Tools and Supplies
The college furnishes much of the necessary lab equipment and tools, but students must purchase their own textbooks and personal equipment. Faculty advisors of each curriculum will discuss these needs during the orientation/advising process. The cost of textbooks and supplies varies with each program.
An account becomes delinquent 30 days after the start of the semester. Any account unpaid or in arrears for more than 60 days will be referred to the College System Office Collection Department. Accounts that continue to be delinquent will be referred to a private collection agency by the College System Office. Please note that additional fees of up to 35% of the amount owed to the college will be assessed by the collection agency. Once the account goes to a collection agency, the student can no longer rectify the situation with the college, but must resolve it directly with the agency.
The college will charge a fee for any check, draft or money order returned for insufficient funds in accordance with State regulations which state, “Whenever any check, draft or money order issued in payment of any fee or for any other purpose is returned to any State department…as uncollectible, the State department… shall charge a fee of $35, plus all protest and bank fees, in addition to the amount of the check, draft or money order, to the person presenting the check, draft or money order to the department or institution to cover the cost of collection.” (Ref. RSA 1985, 6:11a)
If extreme hardship is established, full payment shall be deferred until the end of the semester. If final payment is not made by that time, the student shall be referred to the System Collection Department. Further, the student shall not be eligible to receive a grade, transcript or have academic credit awarded for courses taken. The student shall be notified of these conditions in writing.
If extreme hardship is not determined, the student shall be dropped from enrollment. An AW will appear on the student transcript. Grades, transcripts or academic credit will not be awarded. The financial obligation remains, and if not satisfied, the delinquent account process will be followed. See Academic Section for information regarding AW from a course.
For information on payment and tuition contact:
Carol Dudley, Business Office