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Tuition and Fees

Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Florida, is the #1 lowest tuition and fees for residents out of Florida's 40 public colleges and universities. Low cost tuition for an excellent education is a win win. GCSC completers earn an average full-time wage of $39,980 a year after graduation. This makes earning a degree from Gulf Coast State College one of the best values and investments around. 

Cost Comparison per year*

  Gulf Coast
State College
FSU
(Tallahassee)
UF
(Gainesville)
UCF
(Orlando)
UWF
(Pensacola)
Troy
(Online)
Tuition and Fees $2,963 $6,467 $6,380 $6,369  $6,360 $10,140
Room and Board -0- $10,666 $10,120 $10,010 $9,354  -0-
Books and Supplies $1,035 $1,000 $1,030 $1,200 $1,200  $1,032
Total  $3,998 $18,133  $17,530  $17,579 $16,914 $11,172
*Tuition costs are based on Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 terms, with 15 credit hours per term at the in-state rate. GCSC Tuition and Fees listed are based on Associate degree level courses.  The cost for 30 credit hours of Baccalaureate level courses is $3,528. Tuition, housing fees, meal plans, and book expenses are estimates based on information provided on each university's website. 

 

IN-STATE RESIDENT RATES PER CREDIT HOUR

OUT-OF-STATE RATES PER CREDIT HOUR

国产偷拍视频Fees listed above are for the 2018-2019 academic year. Fees are subject to change by the Florida Legislature and/or the District Board of Trustees. Current fee schedules are available in the Enrollment Services Office.

For additional questions regarding tuition and fees, Contact the Business Office:

In Person

Gulf Coast State College
Administration Building
5230 West Highway 98
Panama City, FL  32401

By Phone: (850) 872-3879
By Fax: (850) 872-3836
By Email: BusinessOffice@xzxnzs.com

Why am I charged all of these fees?

The total cost per credit hour is made up of tuition and a number of various fees. These fees cover different costs of providing an excellent quality education and education support. In the spirit of being open and providing full disclosure, all of the various fees are broken out rather than lumping all of the fees into one cost per credit hour. Explanation of the various fees can be found below. Florida Statue 1009.23 provides the authority to charge these fees.

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    Name of Fee Description of Fee
    国产偷拍视频.  Emergency Loans can extend the due date for 80% of your tuition and fees up to a maximum of $1,000.  The remaining tuition and fees still have to be paid by the published due date.  Failure to repay Emergency Loans will result in a hold being placed on your account, preventing future registration and access to transcripts, and may incur collection costs.

    The college is not responsible for students who are purged (dropped) from courses for non-payment of fees by the deadline due to a mail delay.

    If a check is returned by the college’s bank for non-payment, the student will be responsible for a $30 returned check fee per returned check in addition to the amount of the check. If the classes have not started, the classes may be dropped. Like with any debt a student owes to the college, a hold will be placed on the student’s account restricting course registration and access to transcripts until all debts are paid in full.  Returned checks may also be lodged with the Office of the State Attorney.

    Students owing a debt to the college will have a hold placed on their account restricting course registration, access to transcripts, access to grades for current courses, and access to college services until all debts are paid in full.  Debts owed to the college may be lodged with a collection agency, with the student being responsible for all collection costs. If an organization agrees to pay fees for certain students, and for any reason the organization refuses to pay the student's fees as agreed, the student will be responsible for the fees. If an organization fails to pay for any services provided in a timely manner, the college will revoke all privileges granted to the organization until all obligations to the college have been satisfied.

    Students at GCSC should know and understand their responsibilities regarding the payment of financial obligations.

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