Tuition for classes at Central Texas College locations outside Texas varies with the government contract, agreement, or memorandum of understanding through which the institution operates. Therefore, both tuition and fees may be adjusted, based on government contracts and local conditions, during the period this Catalog is in effect. Costs of classes to students will vary with the level of support being provided by the sponsoring agency at each campus or site.
Obtain information about current tuition, fees and costs of classes from the Education Officer, Navy College Officer, or the Central Texas College representative.
NOTE Students are responsible for any additional amounts owed to CTC resulting from post-enrollment audits and corrections, including all fees and waivers; e.g., registration assessing errors, dropping or adding classes, invalid employment, or third-party waivers. CTC will accept tuition assistance/sponsor agreements in lieu of payments at the time of registration, but students will be responsible for all amounts owed if the sponsoring agency does not remit payment in full.
In addition to tuition, the following fees are required or applicable. Fees are nonrefundable.
Return Check Fee $30
Diploma Replacement $25
Transcript and Records (per copy) no charge
Course Challenge $50
Tuition and Fees - Noncredit Courses
Tuition and fees for Continental and International locations are determined by contracts and agreements.
* All tuition and fees are subject to change as approved by the Board of Trustees.
Late registering, adding, or dropping classes is available for a limited time only and is based on CTC and military guidelines. Consult local class schedules for exact dates. You may not enroll late in a distance learning course without special permission. Any missed classes are counted as absences, and you are required to make up any assignments. GoArmyEd students add and drop classes through the GoArmyEd portal. Students utilizing VA education benefits could be in debt to the VA for withdrawal or early dismissal from school.
The tuition refund policy of Central Texas College for students using Title IV or DoD funds meets the requirements of federal agencies.
Although the following refund schedule is provided, actual refunds for tuition and fees are based upon the contract, agreement, or memorandum of understanding at the location for which the College operates. Some students in certain states such as Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia may be refunded in accordance with each individual state’s refund policy if the enrollment is not based upon an existing federal contract or agreement. Obtain information about the refund policy from the Education Officer, Navy College Officer, or Central Texas College representative.
• 100% Refund if withdrawal is before the first day of the term or semester.
• 75% Refund if not more than 18.75% of the term or semester has elapsed.
• 25% Refund if not more than 25% of the term or semester has elapsed.
• 5% Refund if not more than 60% of the term or semester has elapsed.
• 0% Refund if more than 60% of the term or semester has elapsed.
|Length of class term in weeks||Last day for 75 percent refund||Last day for 25 percent refund||Last date for 5 percent refund (60 percent completion)|
|16 or longer||15||20||48|
- The transaction must be completed prior to the census date of the dropped hours.
- The start date of the added hours must be prior to the census date of the dropped hours.
- The exchange must be an equal one.
- The exchange must occur simultaneously as a single transaction.
When the charges for hours are dropped without concurrently added hours, they will be refunded in accordance with the refund policy outlined previously. Charges for hours added at a later time will be applied based on the current approved tuition and fee schedule and will not offset charges from prior drops.
- Any student suffering a catastrophic illness or accident or death in the immediate family after classes have started.
- Active duty military students who receive PCS or deployment orders and dependent family members of active duty military who receive PCS orders after the start of classes which require the service member to depart before the class is completed.
A student must present a copy of deployment orders, medical certification, death certificate, or published obituary along with the refund request to be eligible for special consideration. Withdrawals due to pre-existing conditions do not qualify for an exception to the refund policy. Refunds under these conditions will follow the tuition refund schedule listed below.
- If withdrawing before ¼ of the term has elapsed (before the last day for 25 percent refund), 100 percent refund.
- If withdrawing after ¼ of the term has elapsed and prior to the midpoint of the course, 50 percent refund.
- After the midpoint of the course, no additional refund will be given. The standard refund policy will apply.
- Exceptions to the refund policy under the above special conditions must be requested within 4 months of the course/semester/term end date.
Please note that NTC rotations, TDY and field exercises are NOT considered deployments under this policy.
Prices are based on the publisher’s price and may vary from term to term. Prices are available from the Central Texas College Bookstore website at www.ctcbookstore.com. Please visit our website for complete information regarding returns and exchanges.
Determining Residence Status
Students enrolled in courses at CTC locations outside Texas pay the tuition and fee rates based upon the applicable military contract or memorandum of understanding. Bona fide Texas residents enrolled in distance learning courses through the Central Campus in Killeen may be eligible for in-state tuition rates. Certain conditions apply, and substantiating documents to affirm residence are required. Refer to the Texas Campuses catalog, which is available online at the CTC website www.ctcd.edu.