2013 - 2014 Cost of Attending

Residency Status:
Onondaga County Resident  or  Non-Resident with Certificate of Residence
  Full-time1
(12 or more credits) 
Part-time1
(less than 12 credits) 
  Semester Annual Semester Annual
Tuition: $2,086 $4,172 $164
per credit hour 
$164
per credit hour 
Student Activity Fee:2  $47 $94 $25 $50
Technology Fee:2  $150 $300 (varies)
see below 
(varies)
see below 
Recreation & Wellness Fee: 2   $95 $190 $55 $110
Books & Supplies:3 (estimated)  $615 $1,230 (varies)  (varies) 
Additional Fees: (varies)  see below  see below  see below  see below 
Total: (estimated)  $2,993  $5,986   

 

Residency Status:
Non-Resident without Certificate of Residence  or  Out-of-State Resident
  Full-time1
(12 or more credits) 
Part-time1
(less than 12 credits) 
  Semester Annual Semester Annual
Tuition: $4,172 $8,344 $328
per credit hour 
$328
per credit hour 
Student Activity Fee:2  $47 $94 $25 $50
Technology Fee:2  $150 $300 (varies)
see below 
(varies)
see below 
Recreation & Wellness Fee:2  $95 $190 $55 $110
Books & Supplies:3 (estimated)  $615 $1,230 (varies)  (varies) 
Additional Fees: (varies)  see below  see below  see below  see below 
Total: (estimated)  $5,079  $10,158   

 

Seniors Audit Free

Onondaga Community College welcomes learners, age 60 and older. If space allows, this non-credit option allows you to attend courses at no tuition.  Applicable course fees are payable at the time of registration.

Technology Fee for Part Time Students 

  • $12.50 per hour for fall/spring
  • $2.00 per hour for winter
  • $4.25 per hour for summer 5 wk course
  • $8.50 per hour for summer 10 week course 

Notes:

  1. ^ Full-time and Part-time Students — A full-time student is one enrolled for 12 or more equivalent credit hours. A part-time student is one enrolled for less than 12 equivalent credit hours. A student who enrolls for 12 or more equivalent credit hours any time during the semester will be charged the full-time student rates.
  2. ^ Fee is mandatory for all full and part time students.
  3. ^ You are responsible for purchasing your own textbooks, supplies, and any other necessary tools or materials. The cost of books and supplies depends on your curriculum and the types of courses selected.