Cost of Attendance
Hawkeye strives to provide the highest quality education at the lowest cost possible.
Costs Per Credit Hour
* Non-resident tuition is based on our residency policy.
You are responsible for the tuition and fees for classes in which you have registered. You will not be withdrawn from school for nonpayment of tuition and/or non-attendance. See the tuition refund policy for more information.
Program Supplies & Fees
Some programs, especially career or technical programs, may have additional costs such as course fees, lab fees, uniforms, tools, supplies, or equipment expenses. Total estimated program costs are available in Programs of Study. Contact your academic department for additional program costs.
Total Cost of Attendance
A student's financial need is based on the total Cost of Attendance at Hawkeye. In addition to defining financial need, the Cost of Attendance sets the limit on the total financial aid a student may receive. The cost components that can be included are prescribed by law.
Hawkeye's cost of attendance is an estimate based on average educational expenses you can incur while attending classes at Hawkeye.
If you feel that your cost of attendance should be adjusted for financial aid purposes because you are enrolled in a program that requires tools or equipment, please contact the Financial Aid office.
If you are enrolled less than half-time, your cost of attendance for financial aid cannot include housing, personal, or miscellaneous expenses.
Community and Continuing Education Courses
Course fees for non-credit Community and Continuing Education courses are available from the Business and Community Education department.
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