Cost should never be a barrier to college. We’re here to help.
MxCC’s low tuition makes earning a degree, certificate, or college credit very affordable.
Many of our students qualify for financial aid and grants, and some apply for scholarships, and others take advantage of our convenient installment plan.
You can pay tuition and fees with cash, check, Visa, MasterCard or Discover, or you can set up an installment payment plan at MxCC’s Business Office in Founders Hall on the Middletown campus (or online at my.commnet.edu ).
Visit our Financial Aid site for more detailed information, or visit the MxCC’s Business Office for personalized assistance. Financial aid is available for undocumented students . Use these forms to apply for aid.
Tuition & Fees
- Current Fall & Spring Semester Tuition & Fees
- Summer 2022* Tuition Rates
- Winter 2022* & Summer 2023* Tuition rates
*Tuition and fees for winter and summer courses are different than fall and spring semesters.
Workforce Development & Continuing Education
Though financial aid isn’t available for non-credit bearing courses, many of our Workforce Development programs are eligible for different funding options, including payment plans, scholarships, WIOA, HCAP, Veterans Funding, and CTPathways Program (SNAP E&T). Available funding options vary by program and can be seen on each program’s webpage.
Student Enrollment Agreement Highlights
Payment of Fees/Promise to Pay
- All registered students are responsible to pay all tuition, fees, and other associated costs, including partial costs after withdrawing or dropping a course per the refund policy.
- Registered students who fail to pay are placed on financial hold, which prevents registering for future classes.
- Students may be dropped from class schedule for non-payment by the due date.
- Late payment fee is $15.
- Delinquent accounts may be referred to a third-party for collection, subject to a fee, and reported to credit bureaus.
- The college officially notifies students via their college-issued email address. Students are responsible to read and respond on a timely basis.
- Students authorize the college (and its agents) to contact students via phone, email, text, etc., regarding delinquent accounts. Students may request to withdraw this consent in writing to the Registrar.
- Students are responsible to maintain updated contact information with the college, including after they leave, for any remaining balances.
- Financial aid awards are subject to revision based on a student’s subsequent changes to eligibility, enrollment level, or unmet financial aid program criteria.
- Awards are contingent upon continued enrollment and eligibility. A dropped or failed class may decrease some or all awarded financial aid, and the student is responsible to pay for rescinded amounts.
- Title IV financial assistance is applied first to outstanding balances.
- Scholarships and grants awarded by the college or outside agency are credited to student accounts and applied toward outstanding balances. This may reduce eligibility for other federal and state aid.
- The college uses electronic billing (e-bill) as its official billing method. Students are responsible for viewing and paying by the due date.
- Registered students are responsible for the correct amount of tuition and fees.
- Students must repay bank fees for returned payments along with the original amount billed. Multiple returned payments may result in cancellation of classes and suspension of eligibility to register.
- Please see the withdrawal policy.
- Students must pay IRS fines if failing to provide Social Security or taxpayer ID numbers to the college.
Privacy Rights & Responsibilities
- A student must provide written permission for the college to release educational records.
- Students under majority age are contractually obligated per the doctrine of necessaries.
- Modified agreements can supersede previous agreements when signed by the student.