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Tuition and Costs

Start at Corning Community College to get a high-quality education at an affordable rate. Whether you plan to continue on to a four-year school, or enter the career field, you will graduate from CCC with a valuable educational foundation, without all the debt.

Tuition per semester for 2017-2018

Full-time Student: 12 or more credits (fall or spring)
  NYS Resident
with Certificate*
or NYS Resident without Certificate
Tuition $2,259 $4,518
College Fees $292 $292
Total per semester $2,551 $4,810
Perry Hall Resident
Room/Board (double room rate)
$4,612 $4,612
Estimated Total (tuition, fees, residence hall) $7,163 $9,422

*Certificate of Residency required from county as proof of NYS resident. To qualify for the New York State tuition rate, you must reside in New York State for at least one year before you complete the Certificate of Residence. Certificates must be filed within 30 days from the start of the semester. Forms are available in the Educational Planning Center, where we will assist you in completing it and will notarize it for you as well.

Part-time Student: .5 to 11.5 credits
  NYS Resident
with Certificate*
or NYS Resident without Certificate
Tuition per credit hour $188 $377
College Fees
(based on credit hours)
$39-$219 $39-$219

Books Estimate: $500 - $700 (per semester)

Additional fees assessed for Labs and specific courses in some programs, i.e., Nursing, Automotive, etc. Please see course descriptions for intended programs; if fees are applicable, it will be noted in course description.

All costs are by semester and subject to change.

Tuition statements are sent electronically through your MyCCC beginning in July for Fall and December for Spring. Payment by self-pay, using financial aid, or other payment arrangements is expected prior to the start of semester.

Use the SUNY Net Price Calculator to estimate your net price taking into account financial aid and other factors.

Once you have registered for classes, you can use our online system, MyCCC, to view your bill, see your financial aid status, and much more.

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