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Winter Term - Tuition, Financial Aid, Books

Winter Term - Tuition, Financial Aid, Books

Tuition for Winter Term December 2019 - January 2020

Common examples:

Other Fees:

Some classes may have additional fees, such as the Microbiology class, which has an additional science lab fee of $15. The Microbiology class also has a DEI fee, which includes the cost of electronic books & course materials up-front.

For multiple class tuition or additional fee details see the tuition and fee listing.

Financial Aid

Each student’s circumstances are different, so it is important to contact us immediately if you anticipate receiving financial aid for Winter Term.

Regarding choosing fall or spring: if you choose fall, that is helpful for GPA recovery, but you will most likely have to pay out of pocket. Spring is the more likely semester to have financial aid eligibility. Contact the One Stop at onestop@roanestate.edu for assistance.

Books

For books for your classes, see the Roane State Bookstore or use the book provider of your choice. Book ISBNs are provided on the Schedule of Classes website.

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