Tuition and Fees

Total cost of attendance depends on your enrollment as a part time or full time student, your housing, course books, and other information specific to your enrollment. See the Tuition Cost Breakdown and Cost of attendance for more information. 

Tuition and Fees

Total cost of attendance depends on your enrollment as a part time or full time student, your housing, course books, and other information specific to your enrollment. See the Tuition Cost Breakdown and Cost of attendance for more information. 

Tuition and Information

Staff Information

Novia James

Financial Aid Officer

njames@tocc.edu

PH: 520-383-0054

 

Temp

Financial Aid Technician

PH: 520-383-0075

Tuition and Fees

Housing

As of spring 2016, housing fees will be $1,200 per semester, with a $150 damage deposit and a refundable $40 key deposit. See Student Housing for further information. 

Tuition & Fees / Payments:

To figure your total general tuition and fees, refer to the Financial Aid Information. Use the total number of credit hours for which you have signed up and your residency status. Tuition, fees, and refunds are subject to change. 

Tuition And Fee Holds

If you owe Tohono O’odham Community College money from a previous term, you cannot register for the current term until you pay your debt.

You can pay your debt at the Tohono O’odham Community College Finance Office. For more information, call (520) 383-8401 and ask for the Finance Office.

For an immediate release of your hold from Tohono O’odham Community College, prior to registration, you must pay in cash or by check.
Payments by check require fifteen (15) working days before your hold can be released.

Payments

Important notice on payments: You are required to pay for any classes you have registered for. If you do not plan to attend any of the classes you registered for, you must drop them by the stated, official drop deadline. If you add classes after making payment, you are accepting responsibility
for any additional tuition and fees. A $25.00 late fee will be assessed on all accounts not paid in full (are deferred) by the official drop deadline.

Accepted Forms of Payment

Tohono O’odham Community College accepts the following forms of payment:

  • U.S. Currency

  • Personal Checks

  • Money Orders

  • Travelers Checks

  • Cashier’s Checks

  • Third Party Payer, i.e. Purchase Orders, Checks

Payment Options

  • Paying in person

    • You may pay in person at T.O.C.C. Finance Office. If you are paying in person by check, you will be required to show a picture ID. Make payment
      to Tohono O’odham Community College. Include your Student Identification Number, usually your Social Security Number. This will ensure timely processing of your payment.

      Additional Notes on Payments
      The College will not accept counter checks (checks printed without a name or address), second party checks, out-of-county, postdated checks.
      College employees will write Student Identification Numbers on checks when students fail to do so. Nonsufficient funds payments are subject to a $25.00 penalty.

  •  Payment With Financial Aid Award

    • Your tuition and fees will be deferred under financial aid if you meet both the following requirements:

      • You have received confirmation that you have a financial aid award.

      • The award is large enough to cover your entire tuition and fees.

Co-enrolled students who are receiving Federal Financial Aid through PCC will now pay Tohono O’odham Community College directly once PELL is awarded to student.

Note: If you are a financial aid or veterans benefit applicant, you are ultimately responsible for paying your tuition and fees. If the College later determines you to be ineligible for financial aid or veteran’s benefits, you must pay your tuition unless you officially withdraw by the refund deadline.

Scholarships

       PH: (520) 383-6571

Payment Deadline

Payment of tuition and fees are due at the time of registration. If you are not able to make payment, contact T.O.C.C. Finance office to make appropriate arrangements for payment.

If you withdraw from your class(es) after the drop/full refund deadline, you may be eligible for a partial refund of tuition.

Special Notes on Refunds

  • Official refund checks will be mailed

  • Any outstanding debts owed to TOCC may be deducted from your refund

  • If TOCC cancels a class, you will be refunded all applicable tuition and fees or receive credit toward another class

  • If you receive federal financial assistance, your refund will be paid directly back to the sponsoring program as required under federal guidelines

Refunds

The $10.00 processing fee is nonrefundable.

Special Notes on Refunds

  • Official refund checks will be mailed

  • Any outstanding debts owed to the College may be deducted from your refund

  • If the College cancels a class, you will be refunded all applicable tuition and fees

  • If you receive federal financial assistance, your refund will be paid directly back to the sponsoring program as required under federal guidelines

FINANCIAL AID REFUNDS

If you are a federal financial aid recipient and you totally withdraw from the College on or before the 60% point in the enrollment period, a refund of tuition and fees will be granted to the applicable federal aid regulations. An administrative processing fee of 5% (to a maximum of $100.00) will be deducted from the refund. The percentage of the refund is dependent on when you totally withdraw from your classes and whether you totally withdraw from your classes and whether you qualify as a first-time recipient as shown in the schedules below.

SPECIAL PROVISIONS REFUNDS

If unforeseen circumstances force you to totally withdraw from the College after the official refund deadlines stated above, you may request a
partial refund, less any applicable fees, of your paid tuition provided your circumstances meet one of the special provisions criteria listed below.

  • Serious illness or injury. Provide a written statement from your physician verifying that your illness or injury prevents you from attending classes.

  • Death of family member. Provide a copy of the death certificate. The College defines family members as a spouse, children, parents, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, or in-laws of the student requesting the refund.

  • Military transfer. Provide a copy of your transfer orders. The orders must verify that the transfer was unforeseen prior to the official semester drop dates.

  • Other. In the event of extenuating circumstances not covered above, the campus president, or designee, will review and rule on any special requests.

​Special provisions refund requests must be made in writing to the Admissions Office.You must make your special provisions refund
request during the same semester that the withdrawal occurs. Requests for refunds made after the semester has concluded will not be granted.

Only tuition may be refunded. Fees will not be refunded. If approved, the amount of your refund will be calculated based on the date of your last withdrawn class as listed in the following table.

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