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Tuition and Fees

It only makes sense to find the best quality education at the most affordable price. Cisco College strives to provide what you need at a price you can afford. You will find that your college bill is one-third of what it would be at a major state university and thousands of dollars less than private institutions.

This chart is effective Fall 2017.

Abilene Campus

ResidencyCost per Semester Credit Hour
In District Resident$118.00
Out of District Resident$153.00
Out of State Resident$189.00
International$189.00

Cisco Campus

ResidencyCost per Semester Credit Hour
In District Resident$98.00
Out of District Resident$133.00
Out of State Resident$169.00
International$169.00

Note: In District rates currently only apply to Cisco, TX students who pay Cisco property taxes.

This schedule reflects only an estimated cost of tuition and fees. Other expenses to be considered may include: books, supplies, room and board, and transportation. Prices are subject to change.

See additional costs and fees associated with attending Cisco College.


Business Office

Current students can make a payment or set up a payment plan through the campus business office. Please refer to our payment guidelines for a full list of deadlines and payment options. 

Pay Your Bill

Alert

Attention Current Students

Please check Campus Connect for your current balance and Spring 2018 statements. 

Statements will NOT be mailed out. 


Refunds

Refunds are processed through the business office. Refunds will be paid approximately 45 days after the semester begins.


Financial Aid

Cisco College has a comprehensive program of grants, work programs, loan programs, and scholarships to assist eligible students with the cost of their education. Each financial aid program which the college administers has terms and conditions to insure that the aid is awarded to those that qualify.

In virtually all circumstances, federal, state, and local directives require that the recipient have a documented financial need. To determine the need for financial assistance Cisco College uses the student's estimated cost of attendance and the result of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Click Here for more information about the Financial Aid Resources that Cisco College Offers. 


Tax Information

Each January, eligible students will be sent a 1098-T form. The 1098-T is a record of the information that Cisco College has reported to the IRS on a student's behalf. The 1098-T form is provided as required by the IRS to eligible students in late January to help them determine if they qualify for an American Opportunity Tax Credit or a Lifetime Learning Credit. 

To access your 1098T take the following steps:

  1. Visit 1098tforms.com to OPT-IN for electronic delivery of the 1098-T Form.
  2. Click the “TO STUDENT ENROLLMENT PAGE” button and follow the subsequent instructions to OPT-IN for electronic delivery.
  3. If you experience consistent errors, or cannot complete the OPT-IN process: 
    1. Close the browser and clear the Cache on their device. Restarting the device is preferred.
    2. Start the OPT-IN process again. Start at the “TO STUDENT ENROLLMENT PAGE”  button, and use a different Username than the first Username.  
Net Price Calc

Net Price Calculator

Our Net Price Calculator is a tool you can use to estimate the "net price" of attending Cisco College. Your "net price" of attending college is the total of your tuition, fees, books and supplies minus any scholarships and grants you might be eligible for.

Try the Net Price Calculator​