Admissions & Aid
Knowing what you owe is as important as understanding the resources you’re going to use to pay for it. The tuition and fee costs of attending YCCC for a full-time student enrolled 12+ credits each semester during a typical Fall/Spring semester (academic year) is detailed below. Keep in mind that cost is directly associated with how many credits you enroll for during a given semester.
Per Credit Course Rate
Tuition is assessed at a rate of $96* per credit hour for in-state students.
Tuition is assessed at a rate of $192* per credit hour for out-of-state students.
Tuition is assessed at a rate of $144* per credit hour under the New England Regional Student Program for all matriculated students who are residents of CT, MA, NH, RI, and VT.
*Rate is subject to change
|2022-23 Academic Year||Maine Residents||New England Regional (Applebook) Rate*|
Program Approval Required
|Fees||$600 – $1,000||$600 – $1,000||$600 – $1,000|
|Books and Supplies||$1,200||$1,200||$1,200|
*Tuition for in-state students is $96 per credit hour. Most courses are 3 credits or $288. A full-time student taking 15 credits each semester can expect to pay tuition of approximately $2,880. Full-time, out-of-state students who do not qualify for the New England Regional (Applebook) program will pay approximately $5,760 for tuition.
2023-2024 Rate for Individual Courses (Tuition & Fees)
|Course Type/Credits||Maine Residents||New England Regional (Applebook) Rate*|
Program Approval Required
|2 Credit Lecture Course||249.60||$345.60||$441.60|
|3 Credit Lecture Course||$374.40||$518.40||$662.40|
|3 Credit Lab Course||403.20||$547.20||$691.20|
|4 Credit Lecture Course||499.20||$691.20||$883.20|
|4 Credit Lab Course||537.60||$729.60||$921.60|
To get an estimate of your individual costs based on the number of credits you will take, what type of tuition you will pay (in-state, out-of-state, or New England Regional) and whether or not you will be living on Campus, use our Tuition Calculator.
Students are assessed fees for various services. Comprehensive and course fees are assessed based on the equipment, facilities, and consumable supplies required for the course. Both fees are assessed on the number of credit hours per course as follows:
• Comprehensive fee: $9.60 per credit
• Courses in lab format: $19.20 per credit hour
• Courses in lecture format: $9.60 per credit hour
- Nursing Technology fee: $438.75 per semester
- Liability insurance fee (Nursing): $61.00 per year
- Liability insurance fee (internships, Vet Tech, Medical Assisting, Education): $15.00 per year
- Vet Tech radiology badge: $35 (credited to student account when badge returned)
- Installment Payment Plan Fee A $50 installment payment plan fee must be paid each semester at the time that a plan is activated. This fee will accompany payment of the first installment due.
- Late Payment Fee A $50 late payment fee will be assessed on any delinquent accounts, less aid forthcoming.
Student Accident Insurance All students, with the exception of Early College Students (students in high school), will be charged a yearly fee of $16 for coverage.
Return Check Fee Students will be assessed a $30 service charge for all checks returned to the Business Office.
Student Service/Activity Fee All students registered for credit courses are assessed a student activity fee of $9.60 per credit hour. This fee includes the cost of the application, registration, graduation, and provides students with specialized programs and activities, as well as, contributes to
student government activities.
Supply Cost Supplies may be required for classes in specialized courses. The cost of these supplies is the responsibility of the student and must be purchased by the student. The cost of these supplies is not included in the tuition or course fee.
Transcript Fee Academic transcripts are available upon receipt of an online request. Charges are as follows:
- Unofficial transcripts: no charge
- Official transcripts: $6
*Tuition rates and fees are subject to change. Please note that online courses are charged at the same rate as those offered on campus.