Tuition and Fees

TUITION AND FEES

Verify your class schedule and make changes to reflect your enrollment decisions.

You must drop unwanted courses by midnight of the 5th day of classes to avoid liability for tuition and fee charges. Courses dropped after this date may result in full financial obligation regardless of attendance.

Contact your academic advisor to drop courses. Do not rely on the college to drop courses for non-attendance or non-payment. It is your responsibility.

If you owe money from a previous term, registration will be allowed after payment has been received.

Note: Tuition/fees subject to change.

On-Campus Tuition & Fees

$176.97 per credit for residents and $216.37 for non-residents.

  • Tuition is currently $157.62 per credit for residents and $197.02 for non-residents
  • Student Life Fee is $7.00 per credit (maximum per semester $112.50)
  • Technology Fee is $10.00 per credit
  • Student Association Fee is $.35 per credit
  • Parking Fee is $2.00 per credit

Differential Tuition Rates Are:

A differential tuition rate may be charged for courses or programs when there is an extraordinary cost of offering the course or academic program. Extraordinary costs may include but not be limited to the need for specialized equipment, required expensive supplies, accreditation standards, delivery methods, etc.

Law Enforcement: $189.92/credit; Law Enforcement Skills (on-campus): $252.51/credit; Law Enforcement Skills (off-campus) Mankato: $269.57/credit; Firearms: $236.58/credit; Basic Firearms: $236.58/credit; and Nursing: $199.13/credit; Professional Truck Driver (CDL) - $182.92/credit.

*All courses in the following technical programs have a differential tuition rate of $$169.62/credit:

Automotive, Culinary Arts, Dental Assistant, Diesel Mechanics/Heavy Equipment Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance and Construction, Heating & Cooling, Industrial Systems Technology, Information Technology Networking & Security, Medical Laboratory Technician, Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide, and Pharmacy Technician

Online Students Tuition & Fees

$199.97 per credit for residents and $239.37 for non-residents.

  • Tuition is currently $182.62 per credit for residents and $222.02 per credit for non-residents
  • Student Life Fee is $7.00 per credit (maximum per semester $112.50)
  • Technology Fee is $10.00 per credit
  • Student Association Fee is $.35 per credit

Additional Fees and Costs

  • Personal property and/or service charges may be attached to specific courses. Personal property charges reflect the cost of property that is retained by the student and having value outside of the classroom (i.e. tools). Students in some trade courses are required to furnish their own set of hand tools. Students may also need to obtain safety equipment as required by various departments.Service charges include services provided to students for the benefit such as actual course-related travel costs, testing fees, bowling lane rentals, music lessons, etc.
  • Application Fee - $20
  • Late Fee - $25/term
  • Test Out Fee - $50/credit
  • NSF Fee - $20/occurrence

Tuition and Fees Can Be Paid

  • Online via your E-Services account (credit card, debit card, or e-check),
  • In person at the Hibbing Community College Bookstore (cash, check, money order, or credit card [VISA, MasterCard, or Discover],
  • By mail to Hibbing Community college Business Office; 1515 East 25th Street; Hibbing, MN 55746. Please write your student identification number on your check or money order and allow 5 days for processing. All payments should be processed prior to the payment deadline.
  • By calling 218.262.6706 or 218.262.7205 (credit card).