Learn more about tuition & fees at MCC.

One of the best academic values in the country, Monroe Community College provides you with an outstanding education at an affordable cost. As a member of the State University of New York (SUNY) System, we’re able to strike a balance of high-quality academics and low-cost tuition.

We’re up front about college costs in the tables below, but what you’ll pay depends upon the amount of financial aid you receive.

MCC federal school code: 002872

MCC TAP school code: 2180

Tuition and Fees | Monroe Community College

TUITION 2023-2024


(12 credit hours or equivalent per semester)

New York State resident*$2450

(Fewer than 12 credit hours or equivalent per semester)

New York State resident*$204 per credit hour
Non-resident$408 per credit hour

Tuition Notes

New York State residents must have a Certificate of Residence on file in order to receive the resident tuition rate.

High School students may take College Now classes at participating high schools for $68 per credit hour for residents and $136 for non-residents. The discounted rates only apply to part-time students (students enrolled in less than 12 credit hours).

Part-time students may take off-peak classes for $136 per credit hour for residents and $272 for non-residents.

    Fees 2023-2024

    Student Life Fee (per semester)1 Matriculated Student2
    12 credit hours or equivalent$164.00
    9 - 11 credit hours or equivalent$144.00
    5 - 8 credit hours or equivalent$74.00
    1 - 4 credit hours or equivalent$47.75
    Student Life Fee (per semester)1 Non-Matriculated Student
    12 credit hours or equivalent$164.00
    9 - 11 credit hours or equivalent$141.25
    5 - 8 credit hours or equivalent$71.25
    1 - 4 credit hours or equivalent$45.00
    Technology Fee (per semester)
    12 or more credit hours$325
    9-11 credit hours$218
    5-8 credit hours$110
    1-4 credit hours$56
    Health Insurance Fee 3
    Fall semester only$1074
    Spring semester only$1067
    Spring and summer semesters$1495
    Summer session only$646

    Other Fees
    Health Fee $10 per semester
    Re-Registration Fee$25
    Laboratory/Service Fees 4$8 - $675
    Capital Revenue Fee (per semester) 5$10 per credit hour part time
    $150 full time
    Enrollment/Records Fee$8
    Returned Check Fee$20
    Deferred Payment Fee$20 - $50
    Late Registration Fee$25
    Online Course Fee$16 per credit hour
    Parking Fee (summer session)$50
    Transportation Fees 6 (Fall and Spring semesters)$75 per semester

    Residence Hall Charges (per semester, Spring and Fall)
    Single Room$4075
    D Room Single$3950
    Double Room$3545
    Residence Hall Charges (Intersession)
    Single Room$600
    Residence Hall Charges (Summer session)
    Single Room (session 1)
    Single Room (session 1 and 2)

    Fees Notes

    1 Summer session student life fee is $3.25 per credit hour plus a $3.25 photo ID fee.

    2 “Matriculated” means that you’re pursuing a degree at MCC.

    3 Required of all International students holding non-immigrant visas (includes repatriation and emergency evacuation coverage).

    4 Laboratory/service fees vary by course. Does not include Airport Rescue Fire Fighter and Hazardous Materials course fees. Does include fees for health related courses.

    5 Capital Revenue Fee is charged to all non-New York State residents.

    6 The Transportation Fee supports expenses related to full-service transportation including vehicle registration (on-campus parking), bike share, and access to bus services provided by the Regional Transit Service (RTS) with valid MCC ID, as well as maintenance and security of campus roadways, walkways, and parking lots.

    The fee for Credit-by-Examination is equal to the cost of one credit hour.

    The student life fee includes $1 for a photo ID (all students), $4 orientation fee for students registering for 9 or more credit hours and $1 orientation fee for students registering for 5 to 8 credit hours.

    Additional insurance fees may be required by some programs.

    Monroe Community College reserves the right to make changes to tuition, fees and residence hall charges.