Application Fees: See the Admissions website.

Student fees at Palm Beach State College have been established by the Board of Trustees as follows:


Credit Courses

Advanced & Professional, Postsecondary Vocational, College Preparatory, Educator Preparatory

  In-State Out-of-State
Per Credit Hour* $ 101.00 $ 363.00


Baccalaureate Degree Courses

  In-State Out-of-State
Per Credit Hour* $ 122.85 $ 558.00

 


Non-Credit Courses

Postsecondary Adult Vocational (PSAV), Adult Basic, Adult Secondary, Vocational Preparatory

  In-State Out-of-State
Per Credit Hour* $ 83.40
$ 327.30
Per Contact Hour $ 2.78 $ 10.91


Supplemental Vocational/Continuing Workforce Education

  In-State Out-of-State
Per Credit Hour*
$ 150.00 $ 150.00
Per Contact Hour
$ 5.00 $ 5.00

 


Registration Fees

For all Credit/PSAV Students - assessed only once per term and includes:

Transportation Access Fees
$ 5.00
College ID Access Fees
$ 5.00


Tuition-Fees Printable Version  PDF Document

Please Note:

  • Special fees maybe assessed in addition to the basic fee schedule and are subject to change.
  • *As with any other fees, the fees are subject to change pending any State Legislative action and/or Board approval.

 

It is the responsibility of the student to file a written withdrawal request with the Registrar’s Office when withdrawing from a course(s) or from the College. The President shall appoint a Refund Appeals Committee to consider the facts and make decisions in refund appeal cases.

The refund schedule is based upon the dates listed in the calendar of events that appears in the Catalog. The date the student officially withdraws from College or reduces his course load shall be the date used in determining the amount of refund.

A. Matriculation, Tuition, Laboratory and Special Fees for Credit Courses

(1) Withdrawal from College or Reduction of Course Load Prior to the End of Add/Drop - 100% refund of fees shall be granted to students who pay fees and officially withdraw from College or reduce their academic course load prior to the end of the College’s published add/drop period

(2) Withdrawal from College or Reduction of Course Load After the End of Add/Drop:

a. College Error or College-Initiated Adjustment - 100% refund shall be granted to students who withdraw from College or reduce their academic course load after the College’s published add/drop period due to a valid College error or a College-initiated adjustment.

b. Student Choice or Responsibility - No refund shall be granted to students who withdraw from College or reduce their academic course load through their own choice or responsibility after the end of the College’s published add/drop period, except as stipulated in “c” and “d” below.

c. Personal Emergency - A refund may be granted in valid cases of personal emergency beyond the student’s control that forces the student to withdraw from College after the end of the College’s published add/drop period but not beyond sixty (60) percent of the term for which the student is charged. Personal emergency shall be as defined by College Administration.

(3) Cancellation of Course -100% refund of fees shall be granted in all cases of official cancellation of classes by the College.


B. Out-of-State Tuition Fee for Credit Students

100% Refund of this fee shall be granted to students who are officially declared to be a resident of Florida prior to the first day of classes of any term. No Refund shall be granted to students whose residence changes to in-state after classes have begun for the term.


C. Application Processing Fee and Registration Fee

The application processing fee and registration fee are non-refundable fees.


D. Non-Credit Continuing Workforce Education Course Fees

No refunds are given for a registration fee of $10.00 or less unless the class is canceled by the College. Requests for other refunds, due to extenuating circumstances, may be considered upon receipt of a written request to the Campus Administrator of Career and Technical Education.


E. Falsification of Application

Falsification of application shall subject the student to immediate dismissal with no refund.


F. Outstanding Financial Obligations

Any refund due to students who have an outstanding financial obligation to the College shall be applied toward satisfying that obligation.

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