Financial Aid Help

Tuition and Costs

Start at Corning Community College to get a high-quality education at an affordable rate. Whether you plan to continue on to a four-year school, or enter the career field, you will graduate from CCC with a valuable educational foundation, without all the debt.

Tuition for 2015-2016 Semesters

The full-time tuition rate

  • $2,115 cost per semester for New York State residents
  • $4,230 cost per semester for non-residents

The part-time tuition rate

  • $177 cost per credit hour for New York State residents
  • $354 cost per credit hour for non-residents
Estimated costs for a full-time student, enrolled for a full year.
  NYS Resident
Full-Time Student
Full-Time Student
Tuition $4,230 $8,460
Student Fees $544 $544
Books $1,000 $1,000
Estimated Total $5,774 $10,004

To qualify for the New York State tuition rate, you must reside in New York State for at least one year before you complete the Certificate of Residence. Certificates must be filed within 30 days from the start of the semester. Forms are available in the Enrollment Advisement Center, where we will assist you in completing it and will notarize it for you as well.

Use the SUNY Net Price Calculator to estimate your net price taking into account financial aid and other factors.

Once you have registered for classes, you can use our online system, MyCCC, to view your bill, see your financial aid status, and much more.

Financial Responsibility Agreement

By registering for classes at CCC, you acknowledge and agree that:

  • You are personally and legally responsible for any charges incurred at the College, including, but not limited to, tuition, fees, books, room-and-board, child care, parking, library fines, etc.
  • You are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes that you decide not to attend, and you are responsible for any financial liability that you may accrue from such action.
  • If your financial aid is reduced or canceled, you are responsible for any resulting charges on your account.
  • If your account becomes delinquent,
    • A monthly late payment fee of 1% will be charged to your account.
    • You will be responsible for all reasonable collection fees (currently a minimum of 25%), as well as attorney fees, if action needs to be taken to collect on your account.
    • You will be blocked from registering for future courses and a hold will be placed on all of your grade reports and transcripts.