So that you can determine the best way to finance your college education, this section will review the following topics:
Tuition and Fees
- Tuition and Fees
- Financial Aid
- Financial Aid Eligibility
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- How to Apply for Financial Assistance
- Types of Assistance
- Other Payment Options
The cost of tuition is determined by the total number of credit hours for which you register, while fees are based upon the services provided. Examples of fees include activity fees, laboratory fees, and parking fees. In order for you to be registered, you must pay the total cost of both tuition and fees.
RPCC is dedicated to the philosophy that no student who desires a college education should be denied the opportunity because of a lack of funds. Therefore, RPCC seeks to assist you in financing the costs associated with your education through federal, state, local, and institutional programs. To the extent possible, students are aided in meeting their educational expenses through the various forms of financial assistance programs available, including scholarships and State and Federal grants and loans.