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Students attending SC4 are responsible for payment of tuition and fees to the college, as well as other costs of attendance including, but not limited to, books, supplies, transportation and other personal expenses.
Please refer to the Resident and Non-Resident Policy in this catalog for residency information.
Credit hours are the number of credits the student earns toward graduation. Contact hours are the number of hours the student is in class with the instructor. Additional class time is required for some courses, usually those requiring lab sessions. All students are billed for tuition based on the number of registered contact hours.FEES
PAYMENT DUE DATES
Residents of the college district age 60 and older may qualify for a tuition reduction on most credit courses. This reduction does not apply to any course fees.
Students auditing a class pay the same tuition and fees as students taking classes for credit.
A registration restriction will be imposed for students who have been dropped for non-payment twice in the same semester.
Current tuition and fee rates can be found on the SC4 website at www.sc4.edu/tuition. The tuition and fee schedule is subject to change without notice by action of the Board of Trustees.
Refunds for less than $5 will be processed upon request. No refund will be made for courses dropped after the aforementioned dates, unless said course(s) are dropped as a result of illness, injury or military service. The student will be required to provide a physician's (or equivalent) verification of illness or injury or proof of being called up for military service. (The student must already be in the service to qualify.) Refunds granted due to illness, injury or military service will be pro-rated on the number of weeks which remain in the semester and will be effective as of the date of course drop/withdrawal. Ill, injured or military students unable to drop in person should have a family member or friend contact the Enrollment Services office to initiate the process.
Students who receive Title IV Federal Aid and withdraw completely during the first 60% of the semester must have the amount of financial aid they are entitled to recalculated. The student/school may be required to return a portion of the federal funds awarded to the student back to the Federal Government. Further information may be obtained in the Financial Aid office.
Students disputing any balance due on tuition/fees must do so within 90 days of the end of the semester in which the dispute has occurred.
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