Cost of Education
AIC makes every effort to keep educational costs to students as low as possible. Student fees pay only a portion of the College’s operating expenses each year. Supporting districts, churches, interested groups, and hundreds of individuals subsidize the operating budget of the College. This represents a sizable investment in every student’s education. While the College depends largely on outside financial support, students must meet some educational costs.
|Tuition Per Credit Hour||$390.00|
|Audit Fee Per Credit Hour||$40.00|
|Late Registration Fee||$200.00|
|Laboratory Fee (When applicable)||$200.00|
|Elementary Education (Senior year fees)||varies|
|Parking Fee (Per Semester)||$25.00|
Approximate Costs Per Year*
|Dorm Student||Off Campus Student|
|Tuition (30 hours)||$11,700.00||$11,700.00|
|Room & Board||$6,202.00|
*Other costs such as off-campus housing, transportation, personal expenses, etc. are not included in these figures.
Fall 2012 – Full-time 63, Part-time 10, Total 73
|American Indian or Alaska Native||56|
|Black or African American||2|
Disclosure of graduation rates
In compliance with Public Laws 10 1-542 and 102-26, AIC compiles data on graduation rates and discloses this information to enrolled and prospective students.
Student Right-to-Know Graduation Rate (based on AIC 2004 Cohort)
For full time, first-time B.A. degree seeking students entering AIC in Fall 2004, 45% had completed the B.A. degree by Spring 2010.
Student Right-to-Know Transfer-out Rate (based on 2004 Cohort)
For the full-time, first-time A.A. and B.A. degree seeking students entering AIC in the Fall of 2004, the transfer out rate is not reported because AIC does not receive the transfer out data for verification from other institutions.
|UCR Part II Sex Offenses||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||1|