Tuition, fees, and other expenses are payable during registration. Any students taking credit classes through Economic Development are charged the same tuition and fee rates as all other courses. Registration is not complete until tuition and fees have been paid or satisfactory arrangements have been made through grants, scholarships, financial aid, or permission of the President or a designated representative.

Students have the responsibility to pay fees on the scheduled registration dates. The registrar may drop students anytime they become delinquent in the payment of fees or the clearing of a fine. The College will deny registration and withhold copies of educational records until all indebtedness is paid.

Students in some courses should expect additional expenses upon beginning the course: e.g., textbooks, personal supplies, uniforms, tools, and insurance. The student has the responsibility to secure books, tools, etc., while on Columbus Technical College’s campus. Columbus Technical College assumes no responsibility for personal property left unattended.