A charge to student for instructional services that may be charged per term, per course, or per credit. Tuition does not include student activity or special user fees, the additional charge based on distinctions between resident and nonresident students, special course fees and fees for other services.
In the U.S., the money charged for formal instruction. In some schools, tuition is the only expense other than postage. In other schools, there may be fees as well as tuition. In England, tuition refers to the instruction or teaching at a school, such as the tuition offered in history.
The cost of attending a university or college. Room and board costs are separate. Tuition payments are typically required each quarter or semester and may depend on the number of credits for which you are enrolled, as well as your status as a state resident or U.S. citizen.
A fee paid for instruction for courses taken at the college. A student is considered officially registered for classes once an application for admissions has been accepted and tuition and fees have been paid.
Tuition is the cost of class instruction. It is charged by credit hour for credit classes. There are 3 tuition rates: in-county; in-state; out-of-state. These rates are charged based on a student's legal residence (with certain exceptions provided by law). At HCC, the maximum number of credits a student must pay for each term is 15 even if they are taking more than 15 credits. Back to the top
In British parlance, tuition refers to instruction. In American parlance, which tends to be the lingua franca of international business programmes, tuition refers to the basic fee charged for a course or programme.
This is the amount of money that colleges charge for classroom and other instruction and use of some facilities such as libraries. Tuition can range from a few hundred dollars per year to more than $20,000. A few colleges do not charge any tuition.
The charge for University enrollment and registration, calculated per credit hour each semester. Tuition rates may vary depending on a student's resident status, undergraduate or graduate standing, and college affiliation. Tuition does not include cost of room and board. Additional charges will apply depending on student status (see entry for Fees).
Instruction, teaching or a fee charged for educational instruction especially at a formal institution of learning. Tuition is charged by educational institutions to assist with funding of staff and faculty, course offerings, lab equipment, computer systems, libraries, facility upkeeping, and to provide a comfortable learning experience for its students.