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That number consists of tuition charged per credit hour combined with several fees. These costs are outlined below.
|Residents of Anne Arundel County||$120|
|Residents of other Maryland counties||$253|
|Residents of other states or countries||$408|
Some students enrolled in specific programs and/or courses may be eligible for a waiver of some tuition charges. Refer to Tuition Waivers and Reductions.
Although our physical doors are closed, we're still providing a wide range of resources to help you achieve your educational goals. These general fees support those services.
|Registration fee per term||$25|
Funds athletic facilities, membership to intercollegiate athletic teams and admission to sporting events.
|$1 per credit hour|
Funds information literacy initiatives and instructional support services including online access to research information, maintenance and upgrade of the library automation system, peer tutoring, online tutoring, and open-access computer labs.
|$22 per credit hour|
|Student Activity Fee
Offsets the cost of cocurricular educational, cultural and recreational activities, publications, and programs including the campus newspaper, drama performances and speakers.
|$2 per credit hour|
Offsets the cost of clinical placements and supervision. Lab fees pay for materials and supplies for science experiments, computer supplies, equipment maintenance and special materials. You may request a complete explanation of clinical and lab expenditures from the appropriate academic department.
|*Varies by course|
|Physical education fee
Charged to all students enrolled in PHE courses for maintenance of instructional equipment.
|$6 per term if enrolled in a PHE course|
Assessed for each tuition and fee payment made after the scheduled due date. Due dates are listed in the class schedule and on the student's bill.
Assessed when a student's check is returned from the bank for any reason.
Student bills not paid in full by the due date are considered past-due accounts subject to late fines and collection action. If your account is past-due, it may be turned over to an outside collection agency and you will be held financially responsible for all tuition, fees, penalties, reasonable attorneys' fees and collection costs. In addition, the student will not be able to register for future terms or get transcripts until payment is made in full. Respond promptly to past-due notices. Payment plans are available. Contact the cashiers office at 410-777-2236 for information.
|Per credit hour||$7|
|Plus application fee||$5|
*Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.