Cost Savings

Students and their parents benefit by significantly saving on tuition and fees, while potentially earning up to two years of college credit before graduating from high school.

Tuition at Collin College for a 3-credit hour course is $188 for Collin County residents and $326 for Denton County residents. However, students enrolled in dual credit courses will receive the Collin County tuition rate.

At the Fall 2022 rates, a Collin County resident would spend approximately $3,760 in tuition and fees to complete an associate degree, or $6,520 for out-of-county residents.

Students should also anticipate spending approximately $3,000 for books for the entire degree plan. Students receiving free or reduced lunch benefits may have tuition waived. High School Seniors taking at least six credit hours (two courses) are eligible for scholarships through the Collin College Foundation for both tuition and books Fall and Spring semester. More information is available on the Collin College Foundation website.  

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