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2014-2015 Colleges of DCCCD Estimated COA Figures(Costs are annual and assume a course load of 15 credit hours each for two long semesters.)
*The colleges of DCCCD do not offer on-campus housing.
2015-2016 Colleges of DCCCD Estimated COA Figures(Costs are annual and assume a course load of 15 credit hours each for two long semesters.)
Tuition and Fees — The average cost of tuition and fees for a typical student based on enrolling for 30 hours per year. The actual costs that a student incurs will vary depending on the student’s degree or certificate program.
Books and Supplies — The average cost of books and supplies for a typical student for an entire academic year.
Room and Board — A reasonable estimate of what it would cost to live in the Dallas metro area while attending school. Actual costs may vary by individual choices related to location and circumstances.
Transportation — An estimate of what it would cost for a student to get to and from the college campus, not to maintain a vehicle.
Personal and Misc. — A reasonable estimate of personal living expenses during the enrollment period. Actual expenses will vary.
The costs of attendance (COA) figures in the chart above provide an estimate of what it costs to attend a college of DCCCD for a traditional nine-month academic year. Your actual expenses may vary, but the standard amounts allowed for each COA component provided on this page are used to determine financial aid eligibility. Each financial aid applicant is assigned a COA according to how the student fits into the classifications in the chart. The Financial Aid Office must make sure that the combined total of federal, state or local financial aid awarded does not exceed a student’s COA. The COA for the colleges of DCCCD is revised and recorded annually with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
The Net Price Calculator was designed to give an estimate of financial aid through a series of about 10 to 15 questions similar to those listed on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). It does not replace the need for students to complete the FAFSA.