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Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees 2019-2020

New Resident Student
 New / First Year Full Time Resident Student 
1st Semester
2nd Semester 
Total
Tuition
$12,460
$12,460
$24,920
Full Time Comprehensive College Fee
$575
$575
$1,150
Shared Room Fee*
$3,000
$3,000
$6,000
Board Fee (full meal plan)
$2,950
$2,950
$5,900
New Student Orientation Fee
$150
0
$150
Registration Fee
$400
0
$400
Parking Fee (if registering an automobile)
$50
$50
$100
Security Deposit
$200
0
$200
Sub Totals
$19,785
$19,035
$38,820

Returning Resident Student

 Returning Full-Time Resident Student
 1st Semester
 2nd Semester
 Total
 Tuition
 $12,460
 $12,460
 $24,920
 Full Time Comprehensive College Fee
 $575
 $575
 $1,150
 Shared Room Fee*
 $3,000
 $3,000
 $6,000
 Board Fee (full meal plan)
 $2,662
 $2,662
 $5,324
 Parking Fee (if registering an automobile)
 $50
 $50
 $100
 Security Deposit
 $200
 0
 $200
 Sub Totals
 $18,947
 $18,747
 $37,694


*See Campus Housing Rate chart below.

Commuter Student

New Full-Time Commuter Student
 1st Semester
 2nd Semester
 Total
 Tuition
 $12,460
 $12,460
 $24,920
 Full Time Comprehensive College Fee
 $575
 $575
 $1,150
New Student Orientation Fee
$150
 0
 $150
Registration Fee
$400
 0
 $400
Parking Fee (if registering an automobile)
 $50
 $50
 $100
 Sub Totals
 $13,635
 $13,085
 $26,720

Part-Time Student
 Part-Time Fee Structure
 Fall/Spring
 Tuition per credit
 $550
 Audit per credit
 $250
 Part-Time Comprehensive College Fee
 Fall/Spring
 0.5 to 5.5 Credits
 $125
 6 to 11.5 Credits
 $300
 Parking Fee (if registering an automobile)
 $50

Housing/Room Rates
 Room Rate
 1st Semester
 2nd Semester
 Total
 Shared Room Rate
 $3,000
 $3,000
 $6,000
 Single Room Rate
 $3,750
 $3,750
 $7,500
Additional Fees and Charges
 All Students

 

  • Lab / course fees dictated per course registration
 All Full-Time Students

 

  • Full-time tuition rate allows for enrollment 12 to 18 credits. Credits over 18 will be billed per credit at the current part-time rate
 Residents

 

  • Security Deposits may be refundable less damages
  • Resident Student Parking Pass: $50/semester
  • Full Meal Plan: 19 meals/week + $150 Dining Dollars, required for Freshman Resident Students
 Credit by Assessment

 

  • $75/course
 Administrative Schedule Change

 

  • $50 per occurrence
 Change of Schedule

 

  • $10 per occurrence
 Wire Transfer Fee

 

  • $15
 NSF Transaction Fee

 

  • $25
 Graduation Fee

 

  • $200 charges final semester
 Transcripts

 

Meal Plan Rates
 Resident Student Meal Plans
 Cost Per Semester
 Description
 19 Meal Plan*
 $2,950
 19 meals per week + $150 Dining Dollars
 14 Meal Plan
 $2,796
 14 meals per week + $150 Dining Dollars
 10 Meal Plan
 $2,436
 10 meals per week + $250 Dining Dollars
 Commuter Meal Plans
 Cost Per Semester
 Description
 50 Meal Plan**
 $626
 50 meals per semester plus $100 Dining Dollars

*Freshman are required to have the 19 Meal Plan.
** Commuter plans are for commuters only. Resident students must choose resident meal plans.

KCVC - Adult Online
 KCVC – all KCVC is per credit
 Fall/Spring Semesters
 Tuition per credit
 $425
 Graduation Fee
 $200
Summer Sessions

May and summer session courses are discounted to $299 per credit, including texts.(Some courses may require additional lab fees.) High school, visiting, and new or current Keystone undergraduate students are eligible for the 2019 summer tuition discount.

Winter Intersession

Winter intersession courses are $380 per credit, including texts. Winter intersession classes are open to Keystone students and visiting students from other colleges.

Graduate Tuition and Fees 2019-2020

Graduate Tuition and Fees

Criminal Justice MCJ
Tuition (per credit): $575
Graduation fee: $100

Early Childhood Education Leadership M.Ed.
Tuition (per credit) $650
Course Registration Fee: $25
Graduation fee: $100

Master of Business Administration M.B.A.
Tuition (per credit) $575
Graduation fee: $100

 A one-time $100 deposit will also be required upon acceptance in order to register for classes. Deposits are non-refundable, and will be credited to the student’s account.

Check out the discounts available to graduate students.

Historical price of attendance information can be obtained in the offices of Student Business Services or Financial Assistance & Planning.