Academic Year 2023-2024

Tuition and fees vary, depending on the number of credit hours you take and whether you reside in Baltimore County, in another Maryland county, or out of state. The rates listed on this page are for credit courses only. Typically, one course is three credit hours. You are considered a full-time student with a course load of 12 credits (four classes). To finish an associate's degree in two years, you'll need to take 15 credits (five classes) per semester.


Residency Credit tuition cost per billable hour
Baltimore County, Md residents (in-county) $122
Maryland residents (in-state, but out-of-county) $241
York County, Pa residents $242
All other online students (out-of-state and international) $242
All other on-site and blended students (out-of-state and international) $372
Workforce development/continuing education course costs, tuition and fees vary by course. Contact the Continuing Education Information Center at 443.840.4700 for rates and payment options. Learn more »


Fee Type Rate
General services fee (per billable hour) $22
Selective Admissions Application* $50
Registration fee (non-refundable) $55
Late registration fee (initial registration)** $30
Capital fee $20
Technology fee (per billable hour) $15
Senior course fee (per course: age 60+) $30
Lab fees See class schedule for course fees.
Activity fee (per billable hour, max $48/semester) $4
ID card replacement $10
Graduation fee $75
Certificate fee $50
Transcript fee $12
Non-sufficient funds check $25
Delinquent account fee (non-refundable) $50 (assessed per term, non-refundable)
First Day book fee View cost by course.
*Submitted with Selective Admissions form to programs in the School of Health Professions.
**Fee assessed on initial registration occurring on or after the first day of the semester.

Financial Notices and Disclaimers
Tuition, fees, course formats, First Day digital course materials, 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 »