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2018-2019 Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees are determined by the CCSNH Board of Directors yearly in July. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. Applicants should check with the College for verification of current charges. The student web site has students' current registration, schedules and tuition fees and payments.
A $100 tuition advance is charged to all students accepted in a Degree or Certificate Program. This fee reserves a place in a program and is non-refundable.
Tuition for Division of Degree, Diploma and Certificate Programs
New Hampshire Residents........................................$215/credit
New England Regional Students...............................$323/credit
Tuition cost is based on residency status. Tuition pays only for enrollment in the program of study. It does not cover the cost of books, uniforms, supplies or fees. All charges are subject to change without notice.
A member of the Armed Forces of the United States stationed in this state under military orders, or stationed in a contiguous state but temporarily living in NH, shall be entitled to classification for himself/herself, spouse and dependent children as in-state for tuition purposes so long as said orders remain in effect and residence in New Hampshire is continued. Furthermore, military personnel who are residents of another state but choose NH as their residence within 90 days of being discharged from the military will be considered NH residents and charged in-state tuition.
There will be additional tuition and fees for programs with summer affiliations.
Border State Tuition Reduction
River Valley Community College is offering in-state tuition to students who are residents of Vermont and Massachusetts and live within a 50 mile radius of our Claremont, Keene or Lebanon locations. Please contact the Admissions Office to find out if your residency qualifies for the reduced tuition plan.
Fee Payments - Tuition
Tuition is due two weeks prior to the beginning of the semester. Students are encouraged to pay on-line through the use of the e-cashier link on our web site. Payment may also be made directly in the College Business Office, or by mail. A payment plan option is available and can be assessed directly through the College web site. If tuition is paid in installments, it must be paid in full 10 days prior to the beginning of final exams or two weeks prior to the end of the term, whichever is applicable. RVCC students are billed electronically (e-bill) through the Student Information System (SIS) and RVCC student email. A fee of $50 per semester will be charged to all students who fail to make arrangements to pay tuition and fees prior to the start of classes and students run the risk of being deregistered from related classes.
Academic Instruction Fee
A fee will be charged for all Laboratory/Clinic/Practicum/Co-Op/Internship or other similar experiences. This fee will be calculated by subtracting the number of lecture/class hours from the number of credit hours and multiplying the sum by $110.00 for each course. This fee will be added to the normal tuition charge for that course.
Example: SCC 116 A&P I Cl 3 Lab 3 Cr 4
4 - 3 =1 x $110 = $110
This fee will be charged to all students with no exceptions.
All Allied Health Program students taking clinical courses will be charged a clinical surcharge of $500.00 per semester. This surcharge is designed to assist in covering the increased expenses associated with clinical classes. This surcharge includes programs such as, but not limited to, Nursing, OPA and PTA. This fee is in addition to the lab fee.
Comprehensive Student Services Fee
This mandatory fee is charged to all students enrolled in credit courses fall, spring and summer semesters. It entitles students to attend Student Government Association sponsored events for little or no cost. The per semester fee is $9.00 per credit hour.
A graduation fee of $125 is paid by all matriculated students to defray the expenses for the graduation ceremony. Students not graduating will have this fee refunded.
Additional Expenses to Consider
A student accident insurance plan for students is available. Click here for more information or contact the admissions office.
Allied Health Uniforms: $50 - 200
Books, Supplies, Tools: $500-1,000
Nursing Admissions Exam: Approximately $75
ATI ASN Achievement Exams: Approximately$750/program
ATI NCLEX Review: $350
Liability Insurance for Nursing and Allied Health Students $25.00
Transportation - Depends Upon Distance from the College
All nursing and allied health work based learning experiences require students carry health insurance. Plan must be purchased by March 31.