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What Will it Cost?

MCC’s tuition and fees are among the most affordable in the state of Arizona.

Students who complete the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) core classes before transferring to a university will save more than $6,000 in tuition alone. Those who complete an associate of arts, business or science at MCC before going on to an in-state university will save more than $12,000 in tuition alone compared with those students who spend their freshman and sophomore year at the university.

Type of Student 2013-2014 Cost (per credit hour) 2014-2015 Cost (per credit hour)
In-state Students $78 $80
Out-of-state Students $312 $280
Western Undergrad Exchange Rate* $117 $120

Please see the catalog to review any associated fees that may apply.

Financial Aid – in the form of grants, scholarships, loans and employment are available, so anyone who wants to go to MCC can afford it. Financial aid is available for working adults as well as recent high school graduates. We also offer a tuition payment plan.

*Western Undergraduate Exchange - Mohave Community College participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE), a program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Residents of eligible states (currently Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming) will be charged significantly reduced WUE tuition.

Note: Mohave Community College is excluding all Allied Health programs from WUE provisions. Out-of-state-students in these programs must pay out-of-state tuition. Full-time enrollment under WUE status does not count toward establishing Arizona residency for tuition purposes. Please see residency requirements in the MCC catalog. Eligible students will be automatically given WUE status.

The MCC Governing Board reserves the right to change or withdraw, without notice, curriculum, policies, tuition or any other matters described in college publications or online.