Tuition 2012-2013 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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16-week session by the close of business of the 7th calendar day of the session 8-week session by the close of business of the 4th calendar day of the session 6-week session by the close of business of the 3rd calendar day of the session 5-week session – by the close of business of the 2nd calendar day of the session 4-week session by the close of business of the 1st calendar day of the session irregular session prorated according to the length of the session in proportion to the traditional 16-week session please check your local college course schedule and/or with your local college registrar for specific questions concerning the last day to enter add an organized class and session-specific add/drop dates students cancelled for non-payment after the last day to enter an organized class may not be reinstated for that session if in an acute extenuating circumstance a student cancelled for non-payment is re-enrolled a late payment charge per the “schedule of allowable charges” must be assessed for that session all tuition and charges and the late payment charge must be satisfied at the time of reinstatement kctcs online learn on demand courses kctcs online learn on demand courses’ tuition and charges are assessed at the time of registration and based upon a per credit hour rate approved for all kctcs colleges to receive a 100 percent tuition refund a student must officially withdraw prior to the first day of class no refund will be given once a kctcs online learn on demand course has started charges for services are non-refundable unless specifically stated as refundable students who drop on the first day of class or thereafter remain liable for the tuition assessed per the guidelines set forth in the learning contract of the kctcs online learn of demand for which they have registered kctcs colleges offer a variety of courses with different start and end dates please contact the business office at your local college for the guidelines for refunds financial delinquency any student who is delinquent in financial obligations to a college or any division or organization of a college shall not be allowed to register for future terms receive transcripts transfer credits to another institution or graduate delinquent accounts are subject to kctcs business procedure 7.4 collection of accounts receivable and may be referred to an outside collection agency note referred accounts are subject to collection charges in addition to the amount owed the college and are the responsibility of the delinquent party the delinquency if referred to a collection agency is also subject to being listed with credit reporting agencies specific questions may be directed to your college’s business office professional liability insurance refunds in order to receive a tuition refund a student must officially withdraw within the refund period specified within this policy refunds for sessions different from those listed below are prorated according to the session in proportion to the traditional 16-week session a session is defined as an enrollment period within an academic term an academic term fall spring or summer may have a number of sessions running concurrently 16 8 or 4-week kctcs has partnered with higher one a financial services company focused solely on higher education to process student refund payments students are required to choose from one of the following three options for receiving any refunds due them 1 ach transfer to a bank account of their choice 2 refund to a oneaccount an fdic insured checking account offered by higher one 3 paper check mailed to the student address on file for additional information please visit kctcsdebitcard com students who enroll in any course requiring patient/client contact must show evidence they have professional liability insurance or may purchase insurance through the college programs with courses requiring professional liability insurance include bio-medical equipment madisonville only clinical laboratory technology culinary arts dental hygiene and dental assisting technology diagnostic medical sonography health information technology human services interdisciplinary early childhood education massage therapy medical administrative services medical assistant medical information technology medication aide nurse aide nursing assistant nuclear medicine technology nursing nursing internship occupational therapy office systems technology medical option pharmacy technology phlebotomy physical therapist assistant paramedic and emergency medical technology radiography respiratory care surgical technology and teacher education program this charge is non-refundable and is subject to change without notice please contact the college business office for details concerning the charge for professional liability insurance timeframe for tuition refunds session 100 percent 50 percent no refund 16-week within 7th day 8th 29th days after 29th day 8-week within 4th day 5th 15th days after 15th day 6-week within 3rd day 4th 11th days after 11th day 5-week within 2nd day 3rd – 9th days after 9th day 4-week within 1st day 2nd 7th days after 7th day calendar days of the session including all saturdays and sundays but excluding kctcs recognized holidays 51 introduction last day to enter an organized class the last day to enter add an organized class including saturdays and sundays but excluding kctcs recognized holidays is as follows: