Tuition Rates Based on Residency

FALL 2022 - (F22/23)

Rates are subject to change pending Board approval.

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State
145.02 185.23 264.01

Fees

Fees are subject to change pending Board approval.

Course Fee Student Services Fee Student Administrative Fee Technology Fee
Fees ranging from $1.75 to $500 will be charged for classes using specialized equipment or laboratory supplies. A $145.02 fee is charged each semester. A $11.06 per contact hour fee will be charged for all courses. A $8.30 per contact hour fee will be charged for all courses.

WINTER 2022 - (W21/22)

Rates are subject to change pending Board approval.

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State
145.02 185.23 264.01

Fees

Fees are subject to change pending Board approval.

Course Fee Student Services Fee Student Administrative Fee Technology Fee
Fees ranging from $1.75 to $500 will be charged for classes using specialized equipment or laboratory supplies. A $145.02 fee is charged each semester. A $11.06 per contact hour fee will be charged for all courses. A $8.30 per contact hour fee will be charged for all courses.

SUMMER 2022 - (S21/22)

Rates are subject to change pending Board approval.

In-District Out-of-District Out-of-State
145.02 185.23 264.01

Fees

Fees are subject to change pending Board approval.

Course Fee Student Services Fee Student Administrative Fee Technology Fee
Fees ranging from $1.75 to $500 will be charged for classes using specialized equipment or laboratory supplies. A $145.02 fee is charged each semester. A $11.06 per contact hour fee will be charged for all courses. A $8.30 per contact hour fee will be charged for all courses.

If your residency status changes from out-of-district to in-district when you update your address, it is your responsibility to report this to the Records Office. You must provide proof of the residency change by providing a Michigan photo id with the change; and one of the following: current motor vehicle registration, property tax receipt for property tax within Mott College district, utility bill with service at the in-district address, a signed and dated rental or lease agreement showing address including dates of the lease, and signature/phone number of the landlord. Students who petition to change their residency classification to in-district status must submit proof of in-district residency for 30 days before the first day of a semester.

The schedule for the refund of tuition and fees is provided on the Academic/Registration Calendar each semester and session.

NOTE: Students who withdraw from fall or winter semester classes after the second week of classes will not receive refunds. Students should be sure to check the Academic/Registration Calendar for specific dates. Refund deadlines vary for each semester and session.

Students may request a Tuition Appeal due to extenuating circumstances that occur during an academic term that prevented the student from successfully completing the course. Appeals can be submitted only once per academic term.

The deadline to submit a tuition appeal is:

Semester Deadline
Summer 2022 (S21/22): November 18, 2022
Fall 2022 (F22/23): March 21, 2023
Winter 2023 (W22/23): August 5, 2023
Summer 2023 (S22/23): November 24, 2023

A tuition appeal is only considered for courses in which the student withdrew. You must drop or withdraw from your classes first before a tuition appeal is reviewed. Examples of extenuating circumstances include but are not limited to military deployment, a change in employment, extended illness of the student or immediate family member, a death in the immediate family, etc. All appeals must have supporting documentation.

Tuition appeal approvals may have significant academic and financial impacts, including impacting your financial aid award for the term. Students who utilized book advances or received refunds may need to repay these amounts. You are encouraged to discuss your decision to submit an appeal with your academic advisor and, if applicable, Financial Aid staff, Veteran Services staff, and Athletics staff. Please note that meeting with these offices does not constitute an automatic approval of your tuition appeal.

Completed appeals, including supporting documentation, must be received within 90 days of the end of the semester/session for which the student is submitting the appeal. Appeals that are not considered complete will not be reviewed by the Tuition Appeals Committee. Appeals that are submitted after the posted deadline will be denied.

Your request will be reviewed and a decision will be made within 30 calendar days of submission.

Appeals can be submitted only once per academic term.

Gentle Reminders:

  • Failure to provide adequate documentation at the time of submission may result in denial of your appeal.
  • In addition to providing supporting documentation, you must provide your own explanation as to why you are requesting a Tuition Appeal. Please be thorough.
  • You must list the course(s) you are appealing.
  • Courses must be dropped except for the most extenuating of circumstances.
  • All appeals must be signed and dated. A signed application shall act as a student's release of information and consent to review academic, financial aid, registration, medical documentation and other records that are related to the appeal.

This institution will adhere to the following procedure for the purposes of establishing residency requirements in Michigan for certain active duty members of the armed forces of the United States, or these members’ spouses and dependent children:

  • An active duty member, spouse, or dependent child of such an active duty member, shall be considered a Michigan resident for tuition purposes if Michigan is that active duty member’s legal state of residence;
  • An active duty member, spouse, or dependent child of an active duty member, shall be considered a Michigan resident for tuition purposes while that active duty member is stationed in Michigan;
  • Once an active duty member, spouse, or dependent child of an active duty member has been determined to be a Michigan resident for tuition purposes, he or she shall retain that status as long as they are continuously enrolled in a degree program at a state institution.

See also Veterans and Dependent Benefits