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Morton College's Federal School Code is: 001728
In-District Resident - $88 (per credit hour)Out-of-District Resident of Illinois - $216 (per credit hour)Out-of-State Resident or International - $280 (per credit hour)
Application Fee - $10 (first-time enrollees only)Registration Fee - $10 (per semester)Comprehensive Fee - $7 (per credit hour)Technology Fee - $7 (per credit hour)Late Registration Fee - $50 (per semester)Repair/Renovation (R/R) Fee - $6 (per credit hour)
*Tuition and fees are subject to change by official action taken by the Morton College Board of Trustees. Review of tuition and fees will occur at times deemed necessary by the Board in conjunction with the College administration.
Application Fee - $10 (first-time enrollees only)Registration Fee - $10 (per semester)Comprehensive Fee - $8 (per credit hour)Technology Fee - $8 (per credit hour)Late Registration Fee - $50 (per semester)Repair/Renovation (R/R) Fee - $6.50 (per credit hour)
Tuition and fee payments may be made in the Cashier's Office or online. The Cashier's Office accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, personal check, or cash. Tuition and fees are payable in U.S. currency on dates designated by the College.
Students failing to meet published payment deadlines may be dropped from courses.
A deferred payment plan is available through Nelnet/FACTS. To qualify for a FACTS/Nelnet Payment Plan, total tuition and fees must exceed $100.
Registered students who fail to pay their complete tuition and fees by the tuition due dates may have their registration cancelled unless they have signed a FACTS/Nelnet Payment Plan Agreement (See the appropriate Course Schedule for each semester to obtain exact payment due dates).