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Tuition and Fees Are Comparatively Low

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If you have a passion, a dream, a goal that you want to achieve, we’re here to help you get there. At San Jac we have a goal of our own – to never let finances stand in the way of our students’ success. Beyond low tuition and expenses, we offer plentiful opportunities for grants, scholarships and student loans. We are dedicated to making sure your education here is as affordable as it is excellent.

Making a successful journey through college is a lot easier when you don’t have high costs blocking the way. Fortunately San Jacinto College is tax-supported by the state and surrounding district. This allows us to offer you a great education and charge you only a fraction of the total cost.

 

Tuition and Fee Schedule

Subject to change by the Texas State Legislature and the San Jacinto Community College District Board of Trustees

You may pay online at www.sanjac.edu by credit or debit card, Installment Payment Plan (IPP), or by e-check. You can also apply for financial aid online.

Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Fee Schedules

 

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2016

Resident In-District Tuition and Fees

Tuition is $50 per credit hour plus a one-time per semester $150 general service fee. The general service fee is non-refundable unless you completely withdraw from the College.

Credit Hours Subtotal     Credit Hours Subtotal
1 $200 11 $700
2 $250 12 $750
3 $300 13 $800
4 $350 14 $850
5 $400 15 $900
6 $450 16 $950
7 $500 17 $1000
8 $550 18 $1050
9 $600 19 $1100
10 $650 20 $1150

In addition to the tuition and fees above, other fees will be charged for applicable classes.

Estimated Resident In-District Student Expenses
(based on 12 semester hours)
Tuition and Fees $750
Lab Fee (based on two courses @ $15 per course) $30
Books (based on four courses @ $175 per course) $700
Total per Semester $1480

 

Resident in Following Areas:

Any legal resident of Texas living within the boundaries of the Pasadena, Deer Park, La Porte, Galena Park, Channelview or Sheldon Independent School Districts will be charged resident in-district tuition.

 

Resident Out-of-District Tuition and Fees

Tuition is $95 per credit hour plus a one-time per semester $150 general service fee. The general service fee is non-refundable unless you completely withdraw from the College.

Credit Hours SubTotal     Credit Hours Subtotal
1 $245 11 $1195
2 $340 12 $1290
3 $435 13 $1385
4 $530 14 $1480
5 $625 15 $1575
6 $720 16 $1670
7 $815 17 $1765
8 $910 18 $1860
9 $1005 19 $1955
10 $1100 20 $2050

In addition to the tuition and fees above, other fees will be charged for applicable classes.

Estimated Resident Student Expenses
(based on 12 semester hours)
Tutition and Fees $1290
Lab Fee (based on two courses @ $15 per course) $30
Books (based on four courses @ $175 per course) $700
Total per Semester $2020

 

Out-of-State and Other Non-Resident Tuition and Fees

Tuition is $160 per credit hour plus a one-time per semester $150 general service fee. The general service fee is non-refundable unless you completely withdraw from the College.

Credit Hours Subtotal     Credit Hours Subtotal
1 $310 11 $1910
2 $470 12 $2070
3 $630 13 $2230
4 $790 14 $2390
5 $950 15 $2550
6 $1110 16 $2710
7 $1270 17 $2870
8 $1430 18 $3030
9 $1590 19 $3190
10 $1750 20 $3350

In addition to the tuition and fees above, other fees will be charged for applicable classes.

Estimated Out-of-State and Other Non-Resident Student Expenses
(based on 12 semester hours)
Tuition and Fees $2070
Lab Fee (based on two courses @ $15 per course) $30
Books (based on four courses @ $175 per course) $700
Total per Semester $2800

 

Additional Expenses

Students must purchase their own textbooks, workbooks and supplies such as paper, pencils, and computer disks. In addition, some courses require the purchase of special supplies.

Residence status is determined by the rules and regulations of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Students are liable for all collection agency and/or attorney fees and all other costs necessary to collect payment for the debt (see http://www.sanjac.edu/current-students/paying-for-college/methods-of-payment).

NOTE: Students are encouraged to complete any class changes before the first day of class. All classes dropped during the scheduled class change period will be assessed 30 percent of the tuition and fees in accordance with published Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board guidelines, even if they are replacing the course with another and may appear on the transcript as withdrawn.