Out-of-County Residents Tuition & FeesProjected cost for Maryland residents outside of Baltimore County.
CCBC’s cost varies for students based on where they live. Baltimore County residents are charged the in-county rate, while those who live outside of Baltimore County, but within Maryland, are charged the out-of-county rate.
Below is a listing of the estimated cost an out-of-county student might expect to pay based on credit load. Maryland residents are charged $241 per billable hour. For most Maryland students taking a full credit course load, the annual cost of tuition and fees is approximately $6,918. Tuition assistance is available for most Maryland residents.
Estimated tuition and fees for academic year 2020-2021
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To qualify for out-of-county tuition rates, the student must reside in Maryland for at least 90 days before enrolling in CCBC.
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Financial Notices and Disclaimers
Tuition, fees, course formats, services, and activities are subject to change. Additional fees may also apply to you, depending on the classes you take and other expenses you may incur. CCBC may change the method of delivery before or during an academic term in the event of a health or safety emergency or other circumstance when it deems such a change as necessary or in the best interests of the CCBC community. Learn more »