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Tuition & Fees

The College Affordability and Transparency Center is a helpful resource to assist prospective students in determining the affordability and value of higher education institutions. Students may use the College Scorecard to find comparative information in order to make informed decisions when choosing an institution. The information is based on different variables and can be confusing to interpret. UCC’s College Scorecard data reflects an economic period when students requested federal loan aid at a rate much higher than today (more loans leads to a higher cost of education). We believe the cost of education at UCC remains very competitive in serving our residents of Douglas County. Visit the College Affordability and Transparency Center.

Every effort is made to ensure accuracy of the information below. However, the college reserves the right to make changes without prior notice.

Oregon Resident Tuition

Oregon Resident Tuition per Credit * $87.00
Global fee per credit
(Student Activity Fee, Student Fee for SUCCESS program and Technology Fee)
$10.50
Legacy fee per credit $7.00
Total tuition & technology fee per credit $104.50

Out-of-State and International Student Tuition

Out-of-State / International Tuition per Credit $203.00
Global fee per credit
(Student Activity Fee, Student Fee for SUCCESS program and Technology Fee)
$10.50
Legacy fee per credit $7.00
Total tuition & technology fee per credit $220.50

Gold Card Discounts - Credit Classes

Senior Gold Card holders (age 60+) receive 50% discounts on credit course tuition and pay 100% of fees.

Other Fees

  • Credit registration fee per term - $25 (non-refundable)
  • Student insurance fee - $5 per term (non-refundable)
  • UCC online class fee per course - $25
  • UCC Hybrid class fee per course  - $25
  • UCC non-credit online classes (through Community & Workforce Training) - $5 per course
  • Graduation application fee - $30 (non-refundable)
  • Graduation fee ABSD - $15 (non-refundable)
  • Proctored test - $20
  • Placement Assesments
    • Retest fee - single session - $6
    • Complete retest - $15
  • Return check/stop payment charge fee - $35
  • Course challenge fee per course - $10 (nonrefundable)
  • US fax for transcript fee - $3 (non-refundable)
  • International fax for transcript fee - $10 (nonrefundable)
  • Rush transcript fee - $10

Other fees vary from class to class. Fee charges are listed in the “fee” column in the class schedule for each class requiring this additional payment.

*Umpqua Community College will provide free tuition to the dependents of fallen Oregon United States military personnel who died while participating in operations as part of the Global War on Terrorism. For further clarification, see policy 710.7 on the board policy page.

Non-Credit Tuition and Fees

Class costs for Community & Workforce Training offerings are listed in the term class schedule. Printed schedules are mailed each term to district residents, and are available in the Campus Center Building.

Refunds

Credit Tuition Refunds
Students who withdraw from one or more UCC courses and who have complied with regulations governing withdrawals are entitled to certain refunds of tuition depending on the time of withdrawal. Refunds are limited to students who comply with withdrawal procedures. See Withdrawals in the college catalog. Full tuition is refunded if withdrawal is made by the end of the last working day the first week of fall, winter, spring and summer terms. For courses meeting less than 10 weeks the refund is prorated by the Registrar. No tuition refund will be made if withdrawal is made after these times.

Refunds in all cases are calculated from the date of application for a refund. It is not calculated from the date a student ceases to attend classes. The only exception is in an unusual case where delay occurred for reasons beyond the student’s control. Students will receive full tuition refunds for courses cancelled, when appropriate.

With the exception of students paying by credit card through Higher One, all refunds will be issued in the form of a check payable to the student, regardless of the original form of payment or who paid for the course. If a third party sponsored agreement is set up with the Finance Office, refunds will be issued in the form of check to a third party.

Refunds to students paying by credit card through Higher One will be credited back to the credit card.

Credit Fee Refunds
Full fees for credit classes shall be refunded if withdrawal is made during the first week of class. No fees shall be refunded if withdrawal is after the first week. Fee refunds in all cases are calculated from the date of the application for refund. They are not calculated from the date the student ceases to attend.

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