Tuition and Fees
Triton College strives to offer an affordable college education. Tuition rates are set according to the academic calendar. Our rates are as follows:
TUITION - 2021-2022 School Year and Summer 2022
Regardless of residency, online/hybrid courses are charged at the in-district rate. Extended remote learning (ERL), blended ERL, and traditional in-person courses will be charged tuition according to the student’s residency.
In-District: $138.00 per credit hour
Out-of-District: $357.00 per credit hour
Out-of-State/International Visa: $450.00 per credit hour
The following health career programs are assessed a higher tuition rate:
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Nuclear Medicine Technology (Enrollment is Suspended)
- Radiologic Technology
- Surgical Technology
Health Career Program - In-District: $220.00 per credit hour
Health Career Program - Out-of-District: $397.00 per credit hour
Health Career Program - Out-of-State/International Visa: $467.00 per credit hour
FEES - 2021-2022 School Year and Summer 2022
All fees are non-refundable past published drop dates.
- Student Services Fee: $7 per credit hour
- Auxiliary Fee: $1 per credit hour
- Technology Fee: $6 per credit hour
- Registration Fee: $2 per credit hour
Total Fees: $16 per credit hour
Online Credit Course Fee: $25 per course for online classes only.
Lab Fee: Select courses require special lab or material fees. If applicable, lab fees are indicated at the time of registration and published each semester in the class schedule.
Out-of-District Students: Students not residing within the Triton College district must pay out-of-district tuition unless the student qualifies for a cooperative instructional program/joint agreement as outlined in the college catalog. The out-of-district rate is calculated by a formula as prescribed by the Illinois Community College Board.
Tuition Payment Schedule: Registration is not complete until you have paid your outstanding balance in full or made payment arrangements (see options below):
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Registering early gives you the best selection of classes, can significantly reduce the wait time to see an advisor, and allows you to set up a payment plan that gives you up to three (3) months to pay for classes. You may register online through the MyTriton portal, in person at the Welcome Center, or by phone with the Call Center. Once you register for classes, you must pay your outstanding balance in full or make payment arrangements. Please review the following tuition payment schedules below:
- Payment in full by cash, money order, check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or American Express)
- FACTS Tuition Payment Plan (via MyTriton Portal)
- FACTS Deferred Payment Plan (via MyTriton Portal)
*The payment grace period ends approximately three weeks prior to the start of the semester. After that, tuition is due within two days (48 hours) of the date that you register.