Fall 2010 Tuition Due August 6

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Payment must be received by noon on Friday, August 6 or your classes may be canceled (see tuition policy at www.tncc.edu/tuition)

To make a payment:

1) Pay online by visiting MyTNCC (VCCS SIS89 > Self Service > Campus Finances > Make A Payment)

2) Pay in person at the Cashier’s Window in Diggs Hall, room 109 at the Hampton Campus or room 116 at the Williamsburg Campus. Cashiering hours for both campuses are as follows:  Monday–Wednesday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Thursday 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. –12 p.m.

3) To pay using FACTS TUITION PAYMENT PLAN, visit www.tncc.edu/financial_aid/facts.php

Federal Stimulus Funds Help State Board Mitigate Tuition Increase

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Community college tuition & fees increase less than half of comparable increases at public four-year universities

The State Board for Community Colleges, in a unanimous vote, set the 2009-2010 in-state tuition and mandatory fee rate at $92.70 per credit hour. As a result of the $6.55 per credit hour increase, a full-time, in-state student, taking a total of 30 credit hours, will pay an additional $196.50 for the academic year.

Board members say the increase is essential to serving the record-setting number of traditional students and laid-off workers who are turning to Virginia’s Community Colleges for an opportunity in this recession. More than 16,000 new students began attending a Virginia Community College over the last two years. Enrollment during the recently concluded spring semester was unusually high, up more than 7 percent. Indications are mounting that a similar increase will occur during the summer.


SCHEV Releases 2008 Tuition and Fee Report

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RICHMOND — Virginia undergraduate students at public colleges and universities in the Commonwealth can expect to pay 7.3% more on average in tuition and mandatory fees in 2007-08 than they did during the previous academic year, according to the annual report from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV).

The report, entitled “2008-09 Tuition and Fees at Virginia’s State-Supported Colleges and Universities,” reveals that in-state students at four-year institutions will experience an average increase in tuition and mandatory fees of 7.0%, or about an additional $499 per year. Virginia students attending community colleges will be faced with a 7.5% increase, paying about $180 more per year.