Maintaining access to higher education is Baltimore City Community College's primary objective, along with offering academic programs of high quality to support career preparation and college transfer. Although fiscal considerations may require changes in tuition and fee rates, BCCC continues to strive to keep its tuition and fees affordable and remains one of Maryland's most affordable higher education institutions.
Effective Summer 1 and Summer 2 2017 Sessions
Effective Fall 2017 Semester
Students who enter the
College with a student visa or non-immigrant visa are classified as
Out-of-State regardless of the student’s age or length of time residing in
Maryland, and are not eligible for the senior citizen tuition waiver.
- Registration Fee: $26
- Commencement Participation Fee: $25
- Returned Check Fee: $25
- Transcript Fee: $5 per request
- Diploma replacement: $20
- Course Audit Fee: Same as tuition per credit hour
- Parking Fees:
$25 - Semester full-time
$15 - Semester part-time
$15 - summer (New Students Only)
- Testing Center Fees
- Online scheduling fee
is an additional $3
Proctoring Fee (TEAS, ParaPro, CLEP, etc.): $25
Proctoring Fee (Accuplacer Remote, CLEP, ParaPro, etc.): $35
Examinations for Students from Other Colleges, etc.): $35
- Academic Exams Fees
Credit by examination (Science, Nursing, & Writing courses): $35
Credit by examination (All other courses): $25
Credit by examination (Science, Nursing, & Writing courses): $45
Credit by examination (All other courses): $35
- For Maryland residents age 60 and over, at time of registration
- Register for courses during Senior Registration period, see Academic Calendar through this link
- Student is responsible for paying the following:
- Credit courses - $20
administrative fee plus other mandatory fees per course
- Non-credit courses - $10 fee plus other mandatory fees per course
Non-financial aid refunds are processed at the end of the final add/drop period for each semester as dictated by the Academic Calendar. Refunds are based on the College’s Withdrawal and Refund Policies, found in the College Catalog or Course Schedule. All refund checks are submitted through the State of Maryland. Students who have debts owed to the State of Maryland are subject to garnishment.
Financial aid refunds are processed by Heartland/ECSI, a third party service provider. Students will receive an email from Heartland/ECSI to select their preferred method of refund (i.e. direct deposit or paper check).
The College does not endorse or recommend any particular banking institution.