PCC tuition to increase
Piedmont Community College (PCC) students,
along with community college students statewide, will see their tuition
increase for the 2012-2013 academic year. During its current session, the NC
General Assembly approved an increase of $2.50 per credit hour for both
resident and non-resident students. The increase is effective July 1, 2012.
The per credit charge for resident
(in-state) students will increase from $66.50 to $69, up to a maximum per
semester of $1,104, based upon 16 credit hours of instruction. Non-resident
(out-of-state) tuition will increase from $258.50 to $261 per credit hour, up
to a maximum per semester of $4,176, based on 16 hours of instruction.
To assist PCC students with tuition costs,
PCC offers financial aid through scholarships, federal grants, and a student
loan program. PCC also offers a payment plan through the College Foundation’s
(CFI), allowing students to pay their tuition in four payments. For more
information on scholarships, loans, or the payment plan, contact the PCC
Financial Aid Office at (336) 322-4004.