one time, non-refundable
Commercial Truck Driving
per credit hour
Instructional Technology Fee
Student Activity Fee
per semester (no charge for online only)
Special Instructional Fee
Late Registration Fee
Academic Credit By Exam Fee
25% of tuition
Cannot be paid by financial aid
ID Replacement Fee
Placement Exam Retest Fee
Graduation Participation Fee
Diploma/Certificate Replacement Fee
Express Transcript Fee
Returned Check Fee
Malpractice Liability Insurance
(Health Occupations Programs, Nail Tech, Cosmetology)
(EMT, AEMT, EMS Professions, Paramedicine)
(ECCE Internship, Electronics Tech Biomedical Specialization Internship)
annually, while in clinical classes as identified by program advisors
Emergency Medical Responder, EMT, AEMT, EMS Professions, Paramedicine, Engineering Technology, Health Care Assistant, CNC Specialist, Machine Tool, Naval Maintenance Apprentice, Radiology Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Surgical Technology (diploma and degree), Welding and Joining, Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welder, Gas Metal Arc Welder, Gas Tungsten Arc Welder, Metals Technician, Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welder)
per semester , while enrolled in occupational courses
CDL Fuel Fee
Random Drug Testing Fee
HVAC Excellence Exam Fee
Students enrolled in AIRC 1030 and Students enrolled in AIRC 1080
AST Dues and Certification Exam Fee
Students enrolled in SURG 2240
Edimentum Allied Health Sub Fee
Students enrolled in SURG 1010
Per semester while enrolled in occupational courses
AART Application Fee
Students enrolled in RADT 2260
Data Arc Fee
Students enrolled in RESP 2090
Students enrolled in RESP 1120
SAE Respiratory Test Fee (3 exams - $40, $40, $60)
Students enrolled in RESP 2170
State Board Licensure Fee
Semester 2 = $211.33;
Semester 3 = $211.33
Students enrolled in NAST 1100, ALHS 1040, PNSG 2030
Competitive admission exam for Allied Health programs
Fees are subject to change without notice.
Some specialized programs have a different fee structure.
*Students enrolled only in online classes are not charged Student Activity Fee.
No additional fees are charged to students taking distance education courses, including verification of student identity.
Students applying for in state tuition must submit at least one secure and verifiable document defined in Georgia Code Section 50-36-2. The Georgia Code Sections can be found at www.georgia.gov.
Out-of-state tuition is twice that of in-state tuition. Activity and registration fees are the same.
Non-citizen tuition is four times that of in-state tuition. Activity and registration fees are the same.
Effective January 1, 2012, all students applying for in-state tuition must provide validation of lawful presence in the United States. The following documents will serve as proof of lawful presence in the United States and documentation will be required before you are eligible for consideration of in-state tuition:
The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) will accept the following:
Any student who cannot be verified as lawfully present in the United States is not eligible to be considered for in-state tuition, regardless of how long he or she has lived in Georgia. In addition to being lawfully present in the United States, students must meet the in-state tuition requirements as outlined in TCSG Board Policy and Procedure V.B.3 to warrant an in-state classification. Students that are initially classified as out-of-state and successfully petition to have their residency changed to in-state also have to meet the verification requirement.
The Instructional Technology fee will be deducted from any Pell Award. If the student is ineligible for financial aid, the student will have to pay all tuition and fees.
A student activity fee is charged each term to each student taking credit courses at CPTC. The fee is non-refundable and due at the time of registration. Activity fees are used to promote the interests of the following college organizations: Student Leadership Association, SkillsUSA, PBL, National Technical Honor Society, Ambassadors and Horticulture Club. Activity fees are also used to cover some of the costs of graduation, including flowers and photographs; GOAL activities; and day and evening student activities/appreciation gifts.
All Allied Health, Cosmetology, Early Childhood Care & Education, and Biomedical students are required to obtain professional and personal liability insurance for coverage in the internship and clinical education and training areas that are a required part of these programs.
Students are required to have books, tools, uniforms, safety gear and other equipment appropriate to the program of study. All required books and many of the students’ other needs may be purchased in the campus bookstore.
Students in certain occupational programs are subject to clinical or lab fees. Program-specific fees must be paid at the Cashier’s Office
Late registration will be allowed for students accepted prior to the beginning of the term who do not register and pay fees prior to the close of Open Registration on a space-available basis. An additional fee will be charged for late registration. Late registration begins at the close of Open Registration and continues through the first three business days of the term.
All payments to the college are to be made at the Cashier’s Office or online via BannerWeb. An official college receipt will be issued for any money that is taken. Cash, check, money order, Visa, and MasterCard are accepted. Payments may be made during regular business hours at the Cashier’s Office and at any time via BannerWeb.
Personal checks shall be accepted with proper identification by the college for fees, tuition, services, and bookstore items. When a bank refuses to honor such a personal check, the college shall charge a service fee to the person who presented the check. This service fee may not exceed $30 or 5% of the face value of the check, whichever is greater, plus the amount of any fee charged to the college by the bank.
Students shall be notified by mail of a dishonored check and given ten (10) days to satisfy this debt. If payment to the college in the form of cash, postal money order, or cashier's check is not made within ten (10) days, the college shall place an "administrative hold" on the student's accounts and records. Until the "administrative hold" is cleared, the student shall not be issued quarterly grade reports, transcripts, or any other student records, or allowed to register, graduate or receive college services. If the dishonored check was for tuition, the college may also administratively drop or withdraw the student from class(es).
Due diligence in collection activities will be practiced by the college, up to and including referral to court and/or collection agencies, as deemed appropriate.
Students who are delinquent in the payment of any financial obligation(s) will have their account placed on “Hold” and will not be allowed to register until all delinquent fees are paid. In addition, students will not be allowed to access grade reports, transcripts, or other student records until all delinquent fees are paid. Students may incur additional fees if debt collection is turned over to a collection agency.
The following guidelines apply to refunds of tuition and fees:
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