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Spring 2016 Tuition and Fees


Credit Hours In State

Out of State

1 $76.00 $268.00
2 152.00 536.00
3 228.00 804.00
4 304.00 1072.00
5 380.00 1340.00
6 456.00 1608.00
7 532.00 1876.00
8 608.00 2144.00
9 684.00 2412.00
10 760.00 2680.00
11 836.00 2948.00
12 912.00 3216.00
13 988.00 3484.00
14 1064.00 3752.00
15 1140.00 4020.00
16 1216.00 4288.00


All tuition and fees are set by the N.C. General Assembly and are subject to change.



Activity Fee

ID Replacement Fee $5
Parking Fee per Term $5
Technology Fee per Term $16
Student Insurance Fees
     Mandatory accident insurance for all students per term
     Mandatory insurance for allied health students per academic year
     Other options available at additional cost

Graduation Fees
    GED/Adult High School
    Add $5 for each additional degree, diploma or certificate



other expenses

Miscellaneous Supplies & Materials

AHR 110 Intro to Refrigeration $25
DEN 102 Dental Materials 75
DEN 112 Dental Radiography 50
ELC 112 DC/AC Electricity 25
ELC 113 Residential Wiring 25
ELC 117 Motors & Controls 25
GSM 111 Gunsmithing I 50
GSM 120 Gunsmithing Tools 100
GSM 225 Gunsmithing Refinishing 40
MED 140 Exam Room Procedures I 15
MED 150 Lab Procedures I 15
NUR 101 Practical Nursing Lab Simulation Fee 50
PCC 110 Intro to Pottery 36
PCC 111 Functional Pottery I 36
PCC 130 Pottery Production 36
PCC 210 Functional Pottery II 36
PCC 211 Decorative Pottery 36
TXY 101 Fish Taxidermy 50
TXY 103 Mammal Taxidermy 50
HESI Testing for Practical Nursing Admission 48



Textbooks are available through the College's virtual bookstore. The bookstore link is found on the home page of the MCC website. Depending on the program of study, students can expect to pay between $500 and $1200 for textbooks per term. Some programs require the student to purchase uniforms, tools, and/or supplies in addition to textbooks. These additional costs vary according to the program in which the student is enrolled. A list of required/needed items with approximate costs can be provided by the department of interest. Purchase is directly related to the College's Policy of Ownership.

Policy of Ownership:  All projects produced by the student with institutional supplies, materials, tools, and equipment are the property of the College. However, students have the option of purchasing their own supplies, materials, and tools. The projects produced are then the personal property of the student, and the College will charge only for the institutional consumables used by the student in producing the project.

New tuition rates effective Spring 2016

Business Office

Cashier's Window Hours of Operation
Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Paying Tuition and Fees

Paying for a college education is a concern for nearly every student and family. The fact is, few of us have the resources to simply write a check for the full cost of tuition each semester. North Carolina General Statute requires that tuition be paid in full at the time of registration, whether it is paid by financial aid, a third party such as an employer, or a student; however,  Montgomery Community College offers another method to meet that requirement.

To help you with your educational expenses, Montgomery Community College offers a convenient payment plan through Nelnet. Nelnet is not a loan program, there are no interest or finance charges, and there is no credit check. You pay a $25 per semester Nelnet Enrollment Fee for the service.

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Here's how it works:

1. You may pay by automatic bank payment, credit card, or debit card.
2. You must be registered for classes before enrolling in Nelnet. The final amount on the registration form will be applied to the payment plan. (This is a tuition and fees only plan. Books and supplies cannot be applied to the payment plan.)
3. A down payment of 50% of the total account balance is required at the time of enrollment and is deducted immediately from the account provided in the agreement. If the payment fails, the agreement is terminated at that time, and notification is sent to the person responsible for payment.
4. Payments are processed on the 5th day of each month until the balance is paid in full.

Enrolling in the Nelnet payment plan:

1. Have the following information ready before enrolling:

a. Your student ID number (This can be found on your registration form.)
b. The name, address, and e-mail address of the person responsible for making the payments.
c. The account information for the person responsible for making the payments.

i. If paying by automatic bank payment, you will need the bank name, telephone number. You will also need the bank account and routing numbers which can be found on a check.
ii. If paying by debit card, you will need the card number and PIN.
iii. If paying by credit card, you will need the card number and expiration date.

2. You may enroll in a Nelnet payment plan during the following access dates. Simply click on the Nelnet logo link (above) to enroll.


Nelnet Enrollment Access Dates
Fall 2016

July 1 - July 25
August 10 - 11

Required Down Payment
Number of Payments
Payments Due in
50% 2 September & October


3. Once you have completed the enrollment information on Nelnet, please read through the Final Review and the Terms and Conditions before clicking Submit. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address provided to confirm enrollment.

4. If you make any changes in the future to your address, phone, or banking information, please call Nelnet at (800) 609-8056 to make changes to your account.

5. Please note: Enrolling in a Nelnet payment plan does not enroll you in classes.


Please Note: If you drop or add a class, or if you receive financial aid and your balance does not adjust within four weeks, please contact the Montgomery Community College Business Office at (910) 576-6222 ext. 329 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you have questions regarding your financial aid award, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (910) 576-6222 ext. 519.


Frequently Asked Questions About Nelnet


1. How to I access my Nelnet account?
Simply follow the instructions located in the Nelnet Confirmation e-mail or click on the Nelnet logo on this page.

2. Who do I contact with questions regarding my agreement?
Contact Nelnet directly or view your agreement online through your account.

3. When and what time will the funds be withdrawn from my bank account?
Nelnet specifies the date each payment will occur, but it is your financial institution that determines the time of day the payment is debited. Nelnet recommends you check with your financial institution to determine how far in advance funds should be deposited into your account to ensure the automatic payment clears. If a payment date falls on a weekend or banking holiday, the payment will be attempted the following business day.

4. How will I be notified of my payment information?
Once your agreement is posted to the Nelnet system, you will receive a confirmation notification of your payment amount by e-mail or letter. Payments will be processed until the total balance is paid in full. The notification has important information you must have to log on to your account. The notification also serves as a reminder that a $25.00 per semester nonrefundable Nelnet Enrollment Fee will be processed from the account indicated on the agreement.

5. What happens if I have insufficient funds to cover a payment?
Should a payment be returned with insufficient funds, a $30 Nelnet Returned Payment Fee will be automatically assessed to your account. You will be notified by Nelnet of the returned payment via mail or e-mail.


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