All fees are payable at the time of registration each semester, unless otherwise noted in the schedule of classes. Registration at the beginning of each term is incomplete until all fees are paid, and no student may be admitted to classes without having met his/her financial obligations. No student may re-enroll, graduate, or receive a transcript until all accounts are settled. The term "account" includes any indebtedness or obligation to the College. The student's responsibility for any indebtedness or obligation to the College is not relieved by non-attendance of class.
Tuition & Fees Fall 2022 - Summer 2023
|Credit Hrs||Maint Fees||Tech Fee||SGA Fee||Program Service Fees||International Education Fee||Activity Fee||Sust. Campus Fee (1)||TOTAL DUE|
Detailed In-State Fees (PDF)
(1) Sustainable Campus Fee not charged in the Summer Term
TN eCampus Fees
- In-State Students: $171 per hour, no maximum
- Out-of-State Students: $773 per hour, no maximum
- Online Course Fee: $68 per hour, no maximum
- Available to Out-of-State residents, residing outside of TN, taking all online courses
- Additional $86.00 per credit hour, in addition to In-State rates or In-State TN eCampus rates
Detailed E-Rate Fees (PDF)
Dual Enrollment Students
|Program Service Fee 1,2||11.00|
|Student Government Fee 1,2||5.00|
|Activity Fee 1,2||7.00|
|International Education Fee 1,2||10.00|
|Sustainable Campus Fee 1,2,3||1.00|
|Liability Insurance Fee – Health Science students participating in clinical courses, per academic year||9.95|
|Music Fees 2 -- Individual Music Instruction (per semester hour)||55.00|
|EMT Basic Exam Fee (paid in final semester)||80.00|
|EMT Advanced Exam Fee (paid in final semester)||115.00|
|EMT Paramedic Exam Fee (paid in final semester)||125.00|
|Science Course Fee 2
Courses: ASTR 1030, BIOL 1010, BIOL 1020, BIOL 1030, BIOL 1050, BIOL 1110, BIOL 1120, BIOL 2010, BIOL 2020, BIOL 2110, BIOL 2120, BIOL 2230, CHEM 1030, CHEM 1110, CHEM 1120, CHEM 2010, CHEM 2020, ENGR 210, ENGR 2130, GEOL 1030, GEOL 1040, GEOL 1050, ISCI 1030, PHYS 1030, PHYS 2110, PHYS 2120, PSCI 1030, and All Mechatronic Labs
|Vet Tech Course Fee 2
Courses: VET 101, VET 110, VET 125, VET 220, VET 230, VET 250, VET 260
|Art Course Fee 2
Courses: ART 135, ART 136, ART 155, ART 211, ART 253, ART 1045, ART 1340
|Nursing ATI Fee 2
Courses: NRSG 1320, NRSG 1710, NRSG 1720, NRSG 2730, NRSG 2740
|Nursing Course Fee 2 – All NSRG courses, per credit hour||25.00|
|Health Science Course Fee 2 – All Health Science Program Courses, per credit hour||25.00|
|DEI/eBook Fees – Cost varies, a complete list of participating courses can be found at Digital Engagement Initiative (DEI) Program.||Varies|
|Returned Check Fee (non-refundable, fee charged per returned check)||30.00|
|Deferred Payment Fee 2||25.00|
|Deferred Payment Late Fee (non-refundable, max $100)||25.00|
|Late Registration Fee 2||25.00|
Applicants who are not enrolled for credit courses may register to audit courses with the approval of the Director of Records and Registration upon the recommendation of the division chairperson.
Fees for audits will be assessed on the same basis as fees for credit courses. Auditors are not required to prepare lessons or papers, or take examinations. They do not receive a grade. They are not required to take part in class discussions or laboratory or field work.
Persons 60 years of age and over who are domiciled in Tennessee may audit credit classes at no maintenance charge, providing there is space available and sufficient fee enrollment. Special course fees or lab fees may be charged where required. Senior citizens who audit classes will be required to submit an application for admission to the College.
Persons 65 years of age and over who are domiciled in Tennessee may take classes for credit with a maximum fee of $70.00, providing there is space available and sufficient fee enrollment. Regents Online courses have a special online course fee that is charged in addition to the $70.00 maximum fee. All admissions requirements must be met. Senior citizens must verify their birth date, either with their driver's license or birth certificate.
Totally Disabled Persons
Persons who are permanently totally disabled and domiciled in Tennessee may audit classes at no maintenance charge, provided there is space available and sufficient fee enrollment. Special fees may be charged where required. Totally disabled persons who audit classes will be required to submit an application for admission to the College.
Totally disabled persons who are domiciled in Tennessee may take classes for credit with a maximum fee of $70.00, providing there is space available and sufficient fee enrollment. Regents Online courses have a special online course fee that is charged in addition to the $70.00 maximum fee. All admissions requirements must be met.
Totally disabled persons must provide the College an affidavit or certificate from a physician, or an agency that has adjudicated the person to be totally disabled. Forms are available in the Office of Access Center, Ramer 143.
(1) These fees are added to the total of maintenance and technology fees. TN eCampus students do not pay these fees unless they are enrolled in both TN eCampus and VSCC courses. Students enrolled in Dual Enrollment courses only do not pay these fees.
(2) Refundable only during the 100% refund period. Additional information on refunds.
(3) Sustainable Campus Fee only charged in Fall and Spring.
(4) The last day for a 100% refund on IncludEd Fees is set by Follett bookstore and will coincide with their refund dates. This is the book fee for these courses.
Access to billing statements: Account statement information will be available to students in My Vol State to view or print out for their records. Students on the Deferred Payment Plan do not receive paper bills.
Fee change policies: The college, in conjunction with the Tennessee Board of Regents, reserves the right to add, delete or change fees for admission to the college or for services rendered by the college at any time without prior notice to the public.
Some academic programs have additional costs outside of tuition, maintenance fees, miscellaneous fees, books, etc. Students should contact their academic programs for information related to these additional costs.