2011-2012 College Catalog by Delaware Technical Community College

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malpractice insurance students enrolled in allied health programs are required to purchase malpractice insurance through delaware technical community college student service fee for students taking credit courses a non-refundable fee of $20 per semester for full-time students and $10 per semester for part-time students will be charged by each campus senior citizens are exempt from paying this fee the delaware technical community college university of delaware associate in arts degree program student service fee is the same fees application fee for new students taking credit courses a non-refundable fee of $10.00 will be charged lab fees fees vary – $10.00 per lab hour up to a maximum of 6 hours or $60 per course there are program specified exceptions wherein the lab fees may be less or more depending on program needs industrial education course lab fees are determined by the specialized equipment utilized in the course registration fee all full and part-time students who register for fall spring and summer sessions will be assessed a $15.00 registration fee per session for credit courses only the fee is non-refundable and due at the time of registration the registration fee is non-refundable technology support fee $7.00 per credit hour per semester to support cost of technology instructional course materials and internet e-mail access late registration fee students registering on or after the first day of the session will be charged a late registration fee of $25 the fee may be waived by the campus dean of student services for the following reasons 1 a disabling accident certified by a physician 2 a serious illness certified by a physician or 3 campus or college functions that are beyond the control of the student such as campus closings or problems with administrative systems regarding financial assistance and students are encouraged to use these resources the late non-refundable registration fee applies only to credit courses and other courses listed in the college catalog the fee will not apply to students who register prior to the first day of the session and find a need to add courses afterwards the free application for federal student aid fafsa and scholarship applications may be obtained from the financial aid office at each campus follow the instructions included with the applications to apply for any type of financial assistance all students are encouraged to apply for financial aid as early as possible before the start of a new academic year it is important to ask questions read all information carefully keep copies of everything and answer all questions on the applications accurately all decisions regarding financial aid eligibility are made by the financial aid office for more information call evaluation of prior learning work experience fee for students seeking college credit through the evaluation of prior learning or work experience a fee equivalent to tuition for a one-credit course will be charged for each course in which a student requests credit other fees and charges the following fees are referred to throughout the catalog a credit by examination fee b graduation fee c additional fees or changes to existing fees are subject to action by the board of trustees all fees listed above are non-refundable all tuition and fees are accepted for payment of student accounts pending final audit of those accounts by the business office students will be responsible for reimbursing the college for payments made to third parties on their behalf for charges such as online access for distance education courses telecourse rental fees student malpractice insurance etc these “pass through” charges are non-refundable financial aid student financial assistance programs the college offers financial assistance to students through federal state institutional and scholarship programs financial aid information is available on the delaware technical community college web page at http www.dtcc edu/financialaid another brochure describing scholarships is published at each campus these resources answer many questions and address concerns 12 owens campus 302 855-1693 stanton campus 302 454-3706 terry campus 302 857-1040 wilmington campus 302 434-5552 financial aid procedure general student eligibility requirements for all financial aid programs the applicant must 1 be a u.s citizen or eligible non citizen 2 have a high school diploma a ged or demonstrate the ability to benefit from instruction by passing an approved test administered by the admissions office ability to benefit the accuplacer cpt is used to determine the “ability to benefit” atb for students who are applying for financial aid and do not possess a high school diploma or ged certificate based on financial aid guidelines prior to receiving financial aid students without the high school diploma or equivalency must participate in the atb testing and meet the “accuplacer atb eligibility determination cut scores” in reading comprehension sentence skills and arithmetic.