Cost of Attendance and Paying Your Bill

Making Education Affordable for You

Randolph Community College is an extremely affordable institution of higher learning! Below are the costs associated with attending RCC.

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Paying Your Bill

To make payments to an account in person, please go to the Randolph Community College Business Office. The office is located at the Asheboro Campus in the Administration/Education Center, Room 101, at 629 Industrial Park Ave. The operating hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday. Should you have any questions, please call 336-633-0292.

If you wish to make a payment online or set up a payment plan, you can do so by using the eCashier system through FACTS Tuition Management.

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Budgeting For College

There are five main categories of expenses to think about when figuring out how much your college education is really going to cost: tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, personal expenses, and transportation.

The cost of attendance as determined by the RCC Office of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs is found in the Cost of Attendance menu based on the academic year you plan to attend. Please note that these costs are projections based on full-time enrollment for two semesters. There are situations where each of your costs may be more or less depending on your specific situation (i.e., number of credit hours, books and supplies needed, length of commute, etc.), but the intent is to help you plan for your costs while attending RCC.

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Net Price Calculator

In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), each postsecondary institution in the United States that participates in Title IV federal student aid programs must post a net price calculator on its website that uses institutional data to provide estimated net price information to current and prospective students and their families based on a student's individual circumstances. The net price calculator is required for all Title IV institutions that enroll full-time, first-time degree- or certificate-seeking undergraduate students.

To view Randolph Community College's net price calculator, please click here.

Cost of Attendance

In-State

Away (Living Independently)

 
Tuition & Fees $2,396
Books & Supplies $1,371
Room & Board $8,604
Transportation $2,148
Miscellaneous $6,627
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $21,146
   

Home (Living with Parents or Relatives)

 
Tuition & Fees $2,396
Books & Supplies $1,371
Room & Board $5,770
Transportation $2,148
Miscellaneous $6,627
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $18,312

Out-of-State

Away (Living Independently)

 
Tuition & Fees $8,156
Books & Supplies $1,371
Room & Board $8,604
Transportation $2,148
Miscellaneous $6,627
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $26,906

Home (Living with Parents or Relatives)

 
Tuition & Fees $8,156
Books & Supplies $1,371
Room & Board $5,770
Transportation $2,148
Miscellaneous $6,627
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $24,072

In-State

Away (Living Independently)

 
Tuition & Fees $2,396
Books & Supplies $1,276
Room & Board $8,302
Transportation $2,038
Miscellaneous $6,114
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $20,126

Home (Living with Parents or Relatives)

 
Tuition & Fees $2,396
Books & Supplies $1,276
Room & Board $5,553
Transportation $2,038
Miscellaneous $6,114
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $17,377

Out-of-State

Away (Living Independently) 

 
Tuition & Fees $8,156
Books & Supplies $1,276
Room & Board $8,302
Transportation $2,038
Miscellaneous $6,114
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $25,886

Home (Living with Parents or Relatives)

 
Tuition & Fees $8,156
Books & Supplies $1,276
Room & Board $5,553
Transportation $2,038
Miscellaneous $6,114
TOTAL Cost of Attendance $23,137

Tuition and fees are the price you pay for taking classes at your college. This amount can change based on the number of credit hours you take and whether you're an in-state or out-of-state student. The section on our website labeled "Other Expense Resources" has more details about tuition and fees by credit hour and residency for tuition purposes.

Books and supplies costs depend on your program of study. You may be able to lower these costs by buying used textbooks or renting them. For additional books and supplies information, check out the RCC Campus Store.

Whether you live at home with parents or relatives or live on your own, you will have meal costs to consider. If you live on your own, you may also have rent or other housing expenses. This is another area where you may be able to lower the projected costs depending on your individual situation.

Transportation is another cost that may vary significantly from one student to the next. The projections are based on average transportation costs and you may be able to lower your costs depending on the length of your commute and how often.

The costs include all of those other things you spend your money on. The costs could be cell phone bills, movies, etc. Once you have determined your budget and how the other costs will impact your budget, add up what you typically spend on these other things and add them to your total cost.