Tuition and Fees

Tuition effective Spring Term 2015

Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

For residents of District 502*:
$140 per credit hour ($104.15 tuition, plus $35.85 fee)

For senior citizens who are residents of District 502:

$70 per credit hour
Senior Citizens (age 65 or over) who are residents of District 502 will be charged $70 per credit hour plus any lab fees.

For out-of-district Illinois residents:

$327 per credit hour
Out-of-district Illinois residents who present authorization from their community college district for an approved program will be charged $140 per credit hour. In the event that a class or program is not fully funded, you are responsible for payment of the balance due.

For non-residents of the state of Illinois:

$397 per credit hour

For residents of District 502 AUDIT:

$156 per credit hour

For out-of-district Illinois residents AUDIT:

$397 per credit hour

Internet-based courses:

$140 per credit hour
An internet course fee of $57.50 is charged per course.

Lab Fees are charged in certain courses. See myACCESS.

Variable tuition applies to the following:

$244.15 per credit hour

  • Associate Degree in Nursing
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Diagnostic Medical Imaging Sonography
  • RATH - Radiation Therapy & Proton Therapy
  • Practical Nurse


Attention Students: It pays to register early!  

A $10 Late Registration Fee will be charged for each class registered late - on or after its start date.

*Students who reside out of the College of DuPage district but are employed full-time by a business or industry located within the district may be entitled to the in-district tuition rate. Call (630) 942-2377 for more information. A letter from the employer (on company letterhead) stating full-time employment and the student's Social Security or assigned identification number must be provided to the Registration office prior to registration. No tuition adjustments will be made after mid-term.

PAYMENT POLICY: All students are required to pay their tuition and fees at the time of registration. Students may pay by cash, check or credit card. Students unable to pay in full must enroll in our convenient "Payment Plans". Students receiving financial aid (i.e., grants and loans) must enroll in the College's deferred payment plan. Direct links to these payment options are found in myACCESS.

Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

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Contact Information

Office of Student Financial Assistance
Student Services Center (SSC), Room 2220, (630) 942-2251
Fax: (630) 942-2151


Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.