Estimated Cost of Attendance
The cost to attend Carl Albert State College is assessed on certain variables. Students are charged tuition and fees per credit hour of enrollment. Other charges are assessed per course or per semester and vary according to coursework. Textbook and educational supplies also vary according to the course taken. While housing is not required of incoming freshman, room and board is available when local accommodations are required.
In-State How much does it cost to attend CASC? The estimated cost per semester for a student attending Carl Albert State College full-time at 15 cr-hrs is $2,558.75 for in-state tuition & fees with textbook and education supplies; or $4,558.75 when on-campus housing is a consideration. Of course, this is just an estimate. Other costs have to be considered that will add to this estimate total, such as additional course fees or private room housing or taking more or less credit load … all these factors that will alter this estimated cost of attendance.
Example for an Oklahoma In-State Resident student enrolling in 15 credit hours per semester:
|Expenses||Oklahoma Resident (In-State)|
|Tuition & Fees||$ 1,908.75|
|Books & Supplies||650.00|
|Room & Board||2,000.00|
|Estimated Cost per Semester||$ 4,558.75|
Out-of-State Students who are attending CASC and residents of another state are considered an Out-of-State Non-Resident and charged, for full-time at 15 cr-hrs, $4,621.25 in out-of-state tuition & fees with textbook and education supplies, or $6,621.25 when on-campus housing is a consideration. However, a Tuition Waiver ($137.50 per credit hour) will be awarded to Non-Resident Students that will reduce their Estimated Cost per Semester to that equal to In-State tuition levels. (This Non-Resident Tuition Waiver does not apply to International Students).
Example for an Out-of-State Non-Resident student enrolling in 15 credit hours per semester:
|Tuition & Fees||$ 3,971.25|
|Books & Supplies||650.00|
|Room & Board||2,000.00|
|Estimated Cost per Semester||$ 6,621.25|
|Non-Resident Tuition Waiver Reduction||< $2,062.50 >|
Estimated Cost per Semester
Tuition and Fees – Per Credit Hour
Oklahoma Resident Tuition = $ 91.25
Out-of-State Non-Resident Tuition = $228.75
Mandatory Fees (defined below) = $ 36.00
>Data Processing Fee….$ 7.00
>Assessment Fee………..$ 3.00
>Library Fee………………$ 3.00
>Activity Fee………………$ 11.00
>Facility Fee………………$ 11.00
>Records Fee…………….$ 1.00
Residents Total Resident Tuition & Fees = $127.26 per credit hour ($91.25 + 36.00 = $127.26 per credit hour)
Non-Residents Total Non-Resident Tuition & Fees = $264.75 per credit hour ($228.75 + 36.00 = $264.75 per credit hour)
Non-Resident Tuition Waiver of $137.50 per credit hour
Adjusted Total Non-Resident Tuition & Fees = $127.26 per credit hour ($264.75 – $137.50)
Non-Resident Tuition Waiver CASC awards to all its Out-of-State students a Non-Resident Tuition Waiver of $137.50 per credit hour that reduces charges to the comparable Resident Tuition & Fees Total of $127.26 per credit hour. Therefore, after the tuition waiver, Out-of-State Residents will pay In-State Tuition & Fees rates. (This adjusted total does not apply to International Student Enrollments who are charged full Out-of-State Tuition of $ 228.75 per credit hour.)
Additional Charges – Per Course Added Costs *
The following charges will be added to the Total Tuition & Fees costs for each semester of enrollment. When Additional Charges apply, the additional cost is determined on a per Credit Hour or Course value, or as a per semester charge, as follows:
Additional Charges – Per Credit Hour (TBA)
Additional Charges – Per Course (TBA)
Additional Charges – Per Semester (TBA)
Billing Statement (TBA)
Once a student enrolls into courses at CASC, the student may view their charges in their student portal account VIKECONNECT or at the Business Office at either campus. This statement reflects current tuition & fees and will not reflect immediately any financial aid such as Pell Grant funds, scholarships, VA benefits, tuition waivers, etc until the Business and Financial Aid awards those funds. Once awarded, the student’s bill will reflect tuition & fees charges less any monetary aid awarded. The balance will be reflected to the students account and may be viewed in VIKECONNECT or in the Business Office system with the VIKECONNECT Business ledger indicating a disbursement of remaining funds to the student’s new VIKING ID CARD. (Business Cashier 918-647-1325 or Sallisaw Business 918-775-6977).
Important: Students should know that tuition and fees may change after publication of this catalog and without notice. Students may view a copy of the most recent, updated Tuition & Fee Chart in the Business Office or online (Tuition & Fee Chart for 2018-2019)
The net price calculator is a tool for students and parents to use to get the estimate of what it may cost to attend Carl Albert State College each year (the most current NPC is 2015). It is important for you to understand that the information you receive from the calculator is a broad estimate and usually a couple of years old). Many factors come into play when we award financial aid to students including, but not limited to: deadlines, levels of funding, grade levels, and academics. Carl Albert State College is offering this net price calculator as required in the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2009 (see HEOA Sec. 111 which amended HEA Title I, Part C: added HEA Sec. 132(a), Sec. 132(h) (20 U.S.C. 1015a(a), 20 U.S.C. 1015a(h))).