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What is the average tuition of a community college?

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community college is cheaper than state and ivy league colleges. usually it is around $60-150 per credit. 1 class is usually 3 credits. So if you take 1 class, you would be paying between $180-450.

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You are very right
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It depends on price per credit hour and the number of classes you take.

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Depending on your major it can range between $12-30,000. I would highly recommend going through the federal aid system and seeing if you are eligible for something called a Pell Grant, those are loans in which you do not owe back after graduation. :) Worth a shot right?

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I would not recommend those because as soon as you're getting out of college and trying to start a life you're neck high in debt. My mother if almost in her 50's. She hasn't been in college in about 25 years and she is still trying to pay off her debt to the college that she attended.
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Pell Grants 'is free federal money' loans are the ones you gotta pay back.
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It can't be possible to give an estimated amount of community college tuition fee if you are not giving more details about your plan to have one. It depends on various things like how you wants it, what are the subjects and how many hours you buy, etc.

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depends on the classes you take really
most community colleges have course guides with all the prices so you know the price of the class before you enroll.

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Probably about 5 grand a year.

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Why did you answer a question when you had NO IDEA whatsoever what the cos was?
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Maybe because that's what I spend a year?
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my classes are around 250
business

i know i took two classes this year and it cost me 504 dollars
also they higher the credit the higher the price.
ex. a 3 credit would be cheaper than 4

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Perhaps some of those who answered did NOT read the question properly. In my area (Philadelphia suburbs) it runs just over 100 per credit, meaning a 3 credit course which almost all courses are, will run about $325, multiply that by 5 and you are paying roughly 1600 a semester. Keep in mind that most community colleges are two year. Upon graduation you receive an Associate Degree or transfer to a four year college. The CC I attended has a "seamless transfer" to most major colleges in PA.

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lie 500 hundred

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I've paid $2000 per semester (12 or 13 credits), in The Fall unless you have UR own health insurance tack an additional $1500 per yr for the schools health insurance. I'm @ Holyoke CC in Massachusetts

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Perhaps some of those who answered did NOT read the question properly. In my area (Philadelphia suburbs) it runs just over 100 per credit, meaning a 3 credit course which almost all courses are, will run about $325, multiply that by 5 and you are paying roughly 1600 a semester. Keep in mind that most community colleges are two year. Upon graduation you receive an Associate Degree or transfer to a four year college. The CC I attended has a "seamless transfer" to most major colleges in PA.

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It's hell lot of expensive. Better to remain illiterate forever.

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