Tuition and Charges
Tuition Rates (per credit hour)
Out-of-State Students: From Contiguous Counties*
Out-of-State Students: Other Out-of-State Students
Mandatory Fee** (all students):
*Contiguous counties are those which border Kentucky. Students from Contiguous Counties pay a special tuition rate. Students from Reciprocity Counties pay in-state tuition.
** KCTCS BuildSmart Investment for Kentucky Competitiveness fee. A full break down of 2018-19 charges is available.
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Tuition and charges are determined by the Kentucky Community and Technical College
System Board of Regents. For payment deadlines, refer to the college academic calendar.
2017 Fall e-bill distribution began July 7th 2017
Security Charge:$40 per on-campus student per semester (link shows student groups exempted from the charge)
Tuition/charges are subject to change without prior notice and must be paid seven (7) days prior to the beginning of the semester or at time of registration. Schedule changes that result in additional tuition and charges after the first day of the semester must be paid upon change.
WHAT IS THE TUITION RATE FOR Ohio and indiana RESIDENTS AT Gateway?
Residents of the following Ohio counties will be assessed tuition at the In-State Student rate: Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren
Residents of the following Indiana counties will be assessed tuition at the In-State Student rate: Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland
Scholarships are available for Ohio and Indiana residents.
In-state tuition rate does not apply to Ohio students enrolled in Gateway’s Associate Degree Nursing program.
For questions regarding residency status and guidelines, please contact Admissions.
Consult the academic calendar for refund schedules. Students are responsible for reading
and understanding the current drop/refund policy of the College.
Additional tuition and charge information is available in the Student Handbook.
Request and completion of registration constitutes a contractual financial obligation to pay tuition and charges. Any financial assistance received will be applied against billed charges. Students are responsible for all outstanding debts and contracts with the College. Any past due accounts may be referred to an outside collection agency which could result in collection costs.