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Admissions Office

Regular Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
Thursday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Phone: 607.844.6580

607.844.6580
admissions@TC3.edu

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Estimated Cost

2014-2015 Estimated Tuition, Fees and Housing Charges per semester for students who begin in the fall semester, have a valid certificate of residence and are enrolled full time.

New York State Residents**
DESCRIPTION
FALL
SPRING
Tuition
$2,225
$2,225
Miscellaneous Fees
600
512
Sub Total1
$2,825
$2,737
Students in campus housing will incur these additional charges:
Security Deposit
250
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Hall Council Fee
10
10
Room2
4,100
4,100
Meal Plan3
970
970
TOTAL (est.)4
$8,155
$7,817

                        
1These are ESTIMATED rates.

2Room rates for the 2014-15 academic year are $3,900 for Tompkins and Cortland Halls, $4,100 for Tioga, Cayuga Lake, Tioughnioga, Cascadilla, and Seneca Halls, or $4,600 for two bedroom units in Cascadilla and Seneca Halls per semester. Break housing has additional costs per semester: staying over one break, $100 additional; staying over multiple breaks, $300 additional. See the residence hall contract for more details.

3Meal Plan - Students living in the residence halls are required to purchase at minimum, the 8 meals/week plan. The rate for this minimum plan is $970/semester. Meal plans for 10 or 12 meals per week will also be offered.

4In addition to the charges that appear on their bill students should also plan to pay for books ($500-$600 per semester), additional money for food, transportation, supplies and miscellaneous personal expenses.

** New York State residents must provide a valid Certificate of Residence to be eligible for NYS resident tuition. Certificates are issued to you by your home county and are generally valid for a period of one year unless otherwise noted by your County Treasurer. You may apply for your certificate no sooner than 60 days before the beginning of classes, but no later than 30 days after the start of classes. If we do not receive your certificate of residence you will be responsible to pay the non–resident portion of your tuition. County-specific instructions and applications are available on our website. For assistance regarding eligibility and renewal policies contact your County Treasurer’s office.

TC3 REFUND POLICY

If you drop a course or withdraw from the College, you will be charged non-refundable tuition, fees, housing and meals according to the following schedule for 15-week courses. Non-refundable charges will be prorated on a similar schedule for courses less than 15 weeks. Payments in excess of final liability will be refunded to the student. Non-payment of tuition and fees does not constitute an automatic withdrawal.

Prior to the start of classes: 0%
During the first week of classes: 25%
During the second week of classes: 50%
During the third week of classes: 75%
After the third week of classes: 100%

Housing Security Deposit Refund Policy - Refer to the Residence Hall Contract and the housing confirmation letter.