Explanation of Fees
- Applied Music Fee
- Art Studio Fee
- Bookstore Course Material Fee
- Campus Service Fee
- Commuting and Parking Fee
- Culinary Arts Fee
- Dental Hygiene Fee
- Extra Credit Administrative Fee
- General Tuition Fee
- Lab Fee
- Learning Resource Fee
- Nursing Clinical Fee
- Nursing Testing Fee
- Payment Plan Setup Fee
- Payment Plan Late Fee
- Registration Fee
- Returned Check Fee
- Student Activity Fee
- Technology Fee
The General Tuition Fee covers the cost of courses. The amount is determined by the number of credit-hour equivalents (CHE’s) for which the student registers each semester.
The Registration Fee is required of all students. It is used to defray the costs associated with the registration process. It also covers the cost of transcript requests. Registration fees are not refunded after classes begin. Part time students adding a class after classes begin may be charged the full time registration fee if they reach or exceed 12 credit hours at the end of any calendar day. Course swaps must be completed on the same day in order to avoid the possibility of incurring the full time fee.
The Student Activity Fee is required of all students. It covers student services such as ID’s as well as various activities sponsored by student organizations and the student athletic program. It covers admission to all College home athletic events.
The Learning Resource Fee is required of all students. It is used to assist student support programs and related Library-based activities.
The Technology Fee is required of all students. It is used to maintain computer labs and the technology infrastructure.
The Lab Fee is required for certain courses and is in addition to the General Tuition Fee for the course. It is used to support courses requiring specialized materials and/or a specialized environment.
The Commuting and Parking Fee is required of all students. It is used to fund the re-establishment of a discounted RIPTA fare program for students and parking improvements at all campuses.
The Campus Service Fee is required of all students. It is used to support a variety of operational functions provided by CCRI. The fee includes funds for support services including printing and OneCard. The fee also supports the building and operational requirements of the College common areas.
The Applied Music Fee is required for Applied Music courses. This fee is an additional fee.
Nursing Clinical Fee is an additional fee assessed to certain Nursing courses to offset steadily rising costs in order to maintain a high quality program. This fee is non-refundable.
Nursing Testing Fee is for the Health Educational Systems Incorporated (HESI) tests and live review to promote success on the national licensure exam.
Dental Hygiene Fee is an additional fee assessed to certain Dental Hygiene courses to offset steadily rising costs in order to maintain a high quality program of study.
Culinary Arts Fee is an additional fee assessed to certain Culinary Arts courses.
A Returned Check Fee is assessed for any check returned to the College by the bank including ACH check payments. This fee is non-refundable.
Payment Plan Setup Fee is assessed to those students who enroll in the CCRI deferred payment plan. This fee is assessed each semester to those students who in enroll in this program. This fee is non-refundable.
Payment Plan Late Fee is assessed to a student's account for each late or missed payment plan installment. This fee is non-refundable.
Art Studio Fee supports those art courses utilizing materials and equipment common to the environment necessary to work in specialized studio facilities.
Extra Credit Administrative Fee is billed to students enrolled in 16 credit hours or more. This fee helps to better align the differential in the per credit tuition rates between full time students and part time students.
The Bookstore Course Material Fee is required for certain courses and is in addition to the General Tuition Fee for the course. It is for electronic course material.