If you are trying to budget for the upcoming school year, check out the estimated cost of attendance (COA) for the specific academic year. 

The figures will provide an estimate of what it costs to attend Central Texas College for a traditional nine-month academic year. Your actual costs will vary according to the number of credit hours you register for, your residency status, the housing you choose and your lifestyle. A budget calculator can be a useful tool for helping to determine how much you will spend while attending college.

Cost of Attendance

State & Federal money intended to help students meet the cost of attendance.

Money borrowed from the government or private lenders. 

Gift aid awarded by the CTC Foundation Office or outside organizations.

State & Federal program that allows students to earn a portion of their educational expenses through part-time employment.

  • Information is available regarding military educational benefits, Selective Service registration compliance, veteran benefits and vocational rehabilitation (Texas campuses only). More...
  • A consortium agreement is a contract between two colleges/universities that recognizes your registration at each location for financial aid purposes. Learn more...

(Calculator results are unofficial estimates)