Tuition and Fees

The following fees and expenses are applicable for the 2014-2015 academic year.  

Tuition (per semester) 

Tuition cost for students is $410.00 per credit hour.

Required Fees 
Technology   $250
Publication   $75
Library   $200
Student Services   $225
Total Required Fees   $750

(Course Fees will be charged as applicable. Students enrolled in 5 or more hours will be charged all required fees as applicable.)

Course Fees      
Private Music   $90 credit hour
Music Practice Room   $35 semester
Accompanist   $60 one credit hour
Accompanist   $70 two credit hours
Science Lab (Micro/A&P)   $75 course 
Science Lab (Other)   $60 course
Music Lab    $40 course
Choir   $300 semester 
Bowling    $40 course 
Golf   $40 course 
Racquetball   $40 course 
Camp    $60 course 
Sports Safety Fee   $20 course 

Athletic Insurance

All student athletes are required to purchase individual insurance coverage through Central Baptist College.  The cost billed to the student is based on direct costs incurred by Central Baptist College and will be reflected on student statements as an Athletic Insurance Fee.  The current cost of coverage is $300/academic year.

Audit Charges

Students who audit a course are charged 50% of the regular tuition for that course. 

Room Reservation Deposit 

A reservation deposit of $100 is required of all students planning to live in the residence halls. Deposits are refundable if all checkout procedures are followed. 

Room and Board

The cost of room and board is:
  • $3,750 per semester - Double Room

  • $4,500 per semester - Private Room (Only a limited number of private rooms are available in both dorms.)   

All students living in the residence halls will be charged for room and board. Campus dining facilities are closed during all scheduled College holidays.

Off Campus Student Housing

  • A request for Off-Campus Housing form must be completed and submitted for approval in order to live off-campus. This form can be found on the Housing & Residence Life page. 

Payment Required

All students are required to make payment arrangements in the Business Office before the semester begins. If payment arrangements for tuition, room and board, and fees are not made consistent with the deadline for any semester, the student will not be allowed to attend class, and, if applicable, not allowed to eat in the dining facilities.  See Schedule of Payments. 


Payment Arrangements

  • Cash
  • Check
  •  e-cashier online (NelNet)
  • Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover)

Refund Policy for Withdrawal

Refunds for unused tuition apply only to students withdrawing from school.  There is no refund for any fees charged.  Tuition for a traditional term will be refunded on a percentage basis as follows:

  • 75% refund if withdrawal occurs by the 2nd Friday of class.
  • 50% refund if withdrawal occurs by the 4th Friday of class.
  • No refunds are given after the 4th Friday of class.
  • Students taking courses in the summer sessions may receive a refund of 50% tuition if they withdraw on or before the 3rd day of class.