Tuition & Fee Chart
If you are already enrolled in your CASC classes, please go to selfservice.carlalbert.edu to see your billing statement.
For those interested in attending CASC, use the current year’s Tuition and Fee Chart and the following steps to help determine your estimated cost of attendance.
1. Determine the cost of your tuition and mandatory fees.
What is your residency?
- If you are an Oklahoma resident, you qualify for in-state tuition. Use the chart’s ‘Resident Tuition’ column to calculate your tuition.
- If you are not an Oklahoma resident but still live in the United States, you will receive a tuition waiver that qualifies you for in-state tuition. Use the chart’s ‘Resident Tuition’ column to calculate your tuition.
- If you live outside the United States, you will receive international tuition. Use the chart’s ‘International Tuition’ column to calculate your tuition.
How many credit hours will you be taking?
- If you want to graduate from CASC with an associate’s degree within 2 years, we recommend taking at least 15 credit hours per semester.
Use the ‘Total’ columns on the front to determine your tuition and mandatory fee costs.
2. Determine your course fee costs and other potential charges.
- Once you know the classes you will be taking, you can determine what your course fees will be. Simply match the course abbreviation (like BIO or MATH) to the associated fee.
- For example, if taking Composition 1 class you will have a course abbreviation of ‘ENGL’ on your schedule. All ‘ENGL’ classes require a Language Arts Fee of $50.
- When taking any online or hybrid courses, factor in the cost of our web fee: $40 per online credit hour.
Room and Board
- If living on campus, you will need to include the cost of room and board in your estimate. Add the $75 Housing Maintenance Fee, the cost of your dorm, and the cost of a meal plan. (See rates on the Tuition and Fee Chart).
3. Add the costs of textbooks and personal expenses.
- Go to https://bookstore.carlalbert.edu/college to look up your needed textbooks and their costs.
Other Personal Expenses
- Factor in other expenses you will need throughout the course of a semester. For example, gas, school supplies, meals, etc.
The National Center for Education Statistics provides a comparison tool called the College Navigator. Here, students can research and compare other colleges’ tuition & fee charges and program offerings. [CASC| |College Navigator]