Tuition and Costs

Academic Year 2017 – 2018

Anytime you can receive a quality education at an affordable price, you know you need to take a serious look. Not only is Colorado Northwestern Community College inexpensive to begin with, but you can also receive various types of financial aid, like 85% of our full-time students do. For payment plan options please review our Payment Plan Option. If cost are to be covered by an outside agency please have agency submit a Third Party payment agreement.

Tuition and fees are subject to change by the State Legislature and Governing Board. Some courses have extra charges. See the Course Schedule for more information about these classes.

Tuition is based upon residency. Definitions of residency status can be found on the Residency Status at CNCC page. Please be sure to read the Student Payment Agreement as well.

WUE States: Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. Restrictions: Not available to students in Dental Hygiene, Nursing, National Park Service Academy, or CCCOnline.

Estimated Tuition and Fees

Estimated Annual Costs Colorado Residents (After COF) Special Out-of-State (WUE) Out-of-State Residents
Tuition and Fees
(30 credit hours split between fall and spring)
$4,995.80 $7,164.80 $7,887.80
Books and Supplies $1,000 – $1,500
Residence Hall
and Meal Plan Range
$6,810.20 – $8,383.80
Estimated Total Per Year $12,806.00 – $14,879.60
$14,975.00 – $17,048.60
$15,698.00 – $17771.60

Calculate your tuition

Standard Tuition Rates

In-state (resident with COF) $144.55 per credit hour
In-state (resident without COF) $221.55 per credit hour
Out-of-state (nonresident) $240.95 per credit hour
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)* $216.85 per credit hour
CCC Online Courses (resident with COF) $255.50 per credit hour
CCC Online Courses (resident without COF) $332.50 per credit hour
CCC Online Courses (out of state) $389.55 per credit hour

Tuition for High-Cost Programs

Nursing – Resident (with COF) $217.45 per credit hour
Nursing – Nonresident $313.85 per credit hour
Dental Hygiene – Resident (with COF) $287.65 per credit hour
Dental Hygiene – Nonresident $384.05 per credit hour
Aircraft Maintenance – Resident (with COF) $277.05 per credit hour
Aircraft Maintenance – Nonresident $373.45 per credit hour
Aircraft Maintenance – WUE* $349.35 per credit hour
Aviation Flight – Resident (with COF) $343.05 per credit hour
Aviation Flight – Nonresident $439.45 per credit hour
Aviation Flight – WUE* $415.35 per credit hour

College Fees

Rangely Campus
Student Government Fee $2.82 per credit hour
Student Activity Fee $5.54 per credit hour
Technology Fee $3.53 per credit hour
Health and Well Fee $2.25 per credit hour

 

Craig Campus
Student Government Fee $2.68 per credit hour
Student Activity Fee $5.94 per credit hour

Other Charges

Registration Fee (all students non-refundable) $13.30 per semester
Medium and High Cost Course CIP fee $6.95 per credit hour
Course Charge Vary per class
Library fines Vary
Returned Check Fee $20.00

Rangely Room and Board Charges per semester

Ross Hall Double with 14 meals/week $3,405.10
Ross Hall Double with 19 meals/week $3,553.24
Ross Hall Single with 14 meals/week $4,079.76
Ross Hall Single with 19 meals/week $4,191.90
Holland East Hall Single with 14 meals/week $3,719.84
Holland East Hall Single with 19 meals/week $3,831.98
Holland Hall Apartment (West) $525/month
Nichols Hall Single with 14 meals/week $3,660.04
Nichols Hall Single with 19 meals/week $3,772.18
14 Meals per Week Plan $2,145.60
19 Meals per Week Plan $2,257.74

* Ross Hall singles will only be awarded if space is available

Craig Room and Board Charges per semester / month

Quadruple/Sextuple Occupancy * $1,522.50 / $305.00
Double/Triple Occupancy * $1,890.00 / $378
Single Occupancy * $3,780.00 / $756

* Based on a Per Student Cost