How much does it cost?

Dutchess Community College has the lowest tuition in New York state. More than half of DCC students receive some kind of financial aid. The College awards about $22 million a year in federal and state loans, grants and work-study opportunities. Students who graduate in the top 10 percent of their Dutchess County high school are eligible to attend DCC tuition-free for two years, through the Charles E. and Mabel E. Conklin Scholarship.
     
 

Tuition for Full-Time Students (per semester):

New York State Resident $1,764
Nonresident $3,528
Common fees include:
  Technology Fee $13.00 per credit hour
  Activity Fee $5.00 per credit hour
 

Tuition for Part-Time Students (fewer than 12 credits):

New York State Resident $147 per credit hour
Nonresident $294 per credit hour
Common fees include:
  Technology Fee $13.00 per credit hour
  Activity Fee $5.00 per credit hour
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