No Tuition Increase for 2015-2016

7/22/2015 12:00:00 AM
Klamath Community College announces that there will be no tuition increase for the 2015-2016 Academic year. 
To achieve this all cost center managers have worked to reduce department spending while increasing efficiency. This has led to enrollment growth which allows for the community college to keep current tuition rates in place.
Dr. Roberto Gutierrez, KCC President, commented, “We are very proud the KCC Board has approved the KCC 2015/2016 budget that does not require a tuition increase.  This could not have been possible without our employee’s strong efforts to increase efficiencies and reduce costs along with our successful grant acquisitions.”
In a time where many colleges and universities are increasing their tuition, KCC is able to keep tuition fees at the current amount. For students this means not having to increase their student debt. KCC is committed to helping students graduate with less debt.
Klamath Community College’s tuition rate are $89.50 per credit hour for In-State students and $167.50 per credit hour for Out-Of-State students. Klamath Community College offers more than 40 certificate and associate degree programs in the high-demand fields of business, K-12 teacher education, information technology, and health professions, including nursing. Many of the programs can either be completed partially or completely online.