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Concurrent

SPRING 2017 CONCURRENT STUDENT GENERAL INFORMATION


Tuition and Fees :
$104/credit hour ($99/credit hour for Cloud County residents) 
*Course
-specific fees may also apply

Refund Policy* Students wishing to drop or withdraw from classes may be eligible for a tuition refund.

Pre-January 24, 2017                                                100% tuition and fees refund
January 25 - January 31, 2017                                   50% tuition only refund (no refund on fees)      
February 1 - February 14, 2017                                  25% tuition only refund (no refund on fees)
February 15, 2017 through end of semester                 0% refund

*Any refunds due to students will be made after the 20th class day or later.
*Refund Policy is based on 16-week courses. Please contact the Business Office at (785) 243-1435 ext 206 for details.

Payment Information

IMPORTANT DATES WHEN PAYMENTS ARE DUE

*Any previous balances must be paid in full. NO EXCEPTIONS!
*Payment arrangements are due by January 11 if enrolled by January 5
        -enrolled after January 6 payment due January 25
*Online & Outreach classes begin January 18.
Payment arrangements will be needed prior to January 18 in order to have access to CANVAS on the first day of class.

Students will be DROPPED from ALL classes if not paid in full or payment arrangements made by the dates listed above. This campus wide policy was developed to help students have a plan to pay their student account balance.

See outlined payment procedures for more information.

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It is the policy of the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) and Cloud County Community College to encourage high school students to take advantage of postsecondary education opportunities by enrolling in postsecondary courses while still in high school or participating in home schooling.

K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 72-11a01 through 72-11a05 provide for these opportunities through the Kansas Challenge to Secondary School Pupils Act. High school students in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades are eligible to take concurrent enrollment classes provided they meet specific course pre-requisites and placement testing requirements.

For more information about concurrent enrollment classes, email April Benne.