A new tuition rate for Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at Rock Valley College will go into effect for the Summer II semester (classes that begin June 17, 2019). The per credit hour rate for CTE courses will increase to $140, while the rate for all other courses will remain at $115 per credit hour.
Additionally, also effective for Summer II, the technology fee will be increasing from $7 per credit hour to $10 per credit hour, and the student activity fee will be increasing from $3 per credit hour to $5 per credit hour.
The increases to these fees means that total tuition and fees for CTE programs will now be $155 per credit hour, while total tuition and fees for all other courses will be $130 per credit hour.
For a comprehensive list of affected CTE programs, visit our website.
Tuition payments must be made in the Accounts Receivable/Student Payments Office located on the second floor of the Student Center. For information on all of Rock Valley College's tuition payment options, please visit our Payment Information page.
Tuition is charged per semester hour and varies depending upon residency:
In-district student: $115/credit hour
Out-of-state/International student: $497/credit hour
Tuition rates and fees are subject to change during the academic year without notice.
Certain courses require expendable materials that are used. A lab fee is charged to partially cover this extra expense. The specific fees are listed in the detailed course information found when browsing classes on our online schedule.
Students 62-64 years of age who are residents of Rock Valley College District 511 qualify for a reduced tuition rate of $25 per credit hour. Students age 65 and over who are district residents may attend credit classes tuition free. All other fees will be assessed at a full rate for students in both age categories. The tuition reduction is not applicable for enrollment in non-credit seminars, classes, or programs.
*In order for a student to receive this discount they must inform the Records and Registration office of their senior citizen status prior to enrolling in the course.
The Registration and Payment dates calendar for each semester lists the last day for refunds for 16-week courses. Tuition refunds are issued based upon the official drop date. To receive a full refund students must drop by completing the appropriate steps with the Records and Registration office on the second floor of the student center no later than the final refund date. The college reserves the right to make the final decision on all refunds.
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