Current Students

Current Students

 

TUITION AND FEES

Tuition Freeze

Hennepin Tech is freezing tuition for 2 years. For complete details on tuition plus fees, see the tables below.


Spring tuition payment is due at the time of registration.
Summer tuition payment is due by May 29.
Fall tuition payment is due by August 4.


Students will not receive paper invoices in the mail.  It is the student's responsibility to check their account online.

2013-2014 Tuition and Fees
MN resident and non-resident
                       

Description

Amount

Tuition per credit $156.70
Standard fees per credit:  
  Minnesota State College Student Association fee $0.31
  Parking fee (maximum = $45.00) $3.00
  Student life activity fee(s):  
    Student life fee (maximum = $9.75) $.75
    Student Senate fee (maximum = $16.25) $1.25
  Technology fee $9.00
      Total $171.01


Certain courses (listed below) have tuition rates which differ from the table above.  The amounts listed below reflect tuition and fees per credit.

Description

Amount

Online $182.11
Audio Production Specialist $201.01
Child Development $173.01
Child Development - Online $182.11
Emergency Med. Tech.-Basic $185.01
Emergency Vehicle Driving Skills $281.01
Health Clinicals $181.01
Nursing Technical Studies $191.01
Law Enforcement $245.96
Plastics Extrusion Molding Process $181.01
Plastics Injection Molding Process $181.01
Public Works Skills Course $221.01
Related Mechanical Skills $246.01

 

Senior Citizens
Minnesota residents, age 62 or older, are eligible to attend HTC at a reduced fee of $20 per semester credit.  The senior rate fee will only apply to courses taken for credit.  There is no tuition fee for auditing courses.  Seniors must pay for books, supplies, and materials.  Seniors will also be charged for specific course fees, student association, technology, and parking (unless online course).  Senior rate registrations will be accepted on a space available basis the day of the first class meeting.  Senior citizens wishing to guarantee their enrollment in a course may register earlier, but will be required to pay full tuition and fees.  Coursework paid by senior citizens at the regular tuition rate prior to the date on which the reduced rate becomes available cannot be dropped and subsequently added in order to receive the reduced rate.  All college policies apply to these students including Satisfactory Academic Progress standards.




Last updated by lreinke : 2014-04-16 11:49:45