Please note: the Fall 2019 through Summer 2020 rates that follow are no longer active.

In-State Tuition

In-state tuition is the rate paid by students who meet residency status requirements.

New and Existing StudentsCost
Incoming freshmen and transfer students (per credit hour)$133.93
Flat rate tuition 15 credits and over$2,009

Out-of-State Tuition

Out-of-state tuition is the rate paid by students who do not meet residency status requirements.

New and Existing StudentsCost
Incoming freshmen and transfer students (per credit hour)$500
Flat rate tuition 15 credits and over$7,500

eCore Tuition

eCore tuition is $159 per credit hour (in-state and out-of-state residency does not apply). This is a separate tuition rate for eCore hours and is not factored into the flat rate rule of 15 hours and over.

Mandatory Fees

Mandatory fees must be paid by all students, including transfer, transient and eCore students. See the descriptions of fees below for more information.

Name of FeeCost
Activity fee$55, 6 or more credit hours
$25, 1-5 credit hours
Athletic fee$160, 6 or more credit hours
$80, 1-5 credit hours
Campus infrastructure and improvement fee$35
Health fee$40
Health and wellness fee$70, 6 or more credit hours
$35, 1-5 credit hours
Institutional fee$245, 5 or more credit hours
$122.50, 1-4 credits
International studies fee$7
Parking fee$100, 6 or more credit hours
$50, 1-5 credit hours
Student Center fee$115, 6 or more credit hours
$60, 1-5 credit hours
Technology fee$40

New Student Fees

New student fees must be paid by all new students.

Name of FeeCost
New student ID$10
New student orientation fee$90 (includes non-refundable $15 deposit)

Course Fees

Name of FeeCost
Educational field experience fee$20
Liability insurance fee (internships)$20
Nursing lab fee$250
Nursing program fee$395
Performing art fee$10
Physical education golf class fee$55
Science lab fee$75
Student teacher education fee$400

Miscellaneous Fees

Name of Fee or FineCost
Application fee$30
Background check (teaching/Residence Life)$25
Graduation fee$50
Graduation fee (late)$50
ID Replacement$15
Late payment fee / late registration fee$50
Non-sufficient funds (NSF) or 5% of payment$30
Nursing acceptance fee$125
Nursing ID card replacement fee$10
Nursing iPad mini replacement fee$280

Georgia Gwinnett College and the University System of Georgia reserve the right to change any of their policies, rules, regulations and fees without prior notice to the public.

Descriptions of Fees

Activity fee

Student activity fees are used by Student Affairs or registered student organizations to provide recreational, entertainment, educational, or culturally enriching programs or services which do not solely support academic programs. This includes student and professional staff members in the Office of Student Involvement. Programs, services, and staff positions must directly benefit or serve the GGC student body, and events and services must be free and open to all GGC students. This does not include ordinary or operational expenses of denominational or sectarian religious activities, partisan political activities, social fraternities and sororities, nor charitable causes or contributions. Student activity fees cannot be used for the direct benefit of faculty, staff or community members, or for fundraisers, benefits or registered student organization members-only field trips or events.

Athletic fee

The athletic fee supports the operation of intercollegiate athletics, including facilities, operations and the issuance of a bond package.

Campus infrastructure and improvement fee

The campus infrastructure and improvement fee will be utilized to help maintain and improve GGC’s campus infrastructure.

Health fee

The health fee is used to offset costs associated with the physical and emotional health needs of students, including basic first aid, health-related education, counseling and disability services.

Health and wellness fee

The health and wellness fee is used to support the bond repayment of the Wellness and Recreation Center. Additionally, the fee supports procurement, staffing, maintenance, programming, facilities and equipment purchases related to the Wellness and Recreation Center. The health and wellness fee is used by Student Affairs to support student programming initiatives, including, but not limited to, wellness, recreation and Outdoor Adventures (e.g., hiking, sailing, skiing, eco tours and rafting trips) open to all students.

Institutional fee

The institutional fee is determined by the Board of Regents and goes towards offsetting the gap between the cost of instruction, what the state budgets and what tuition will not cover.

International studies fee

The international studies fee is used to offset the costs of Internationalization program development, international educational initiatives, student development programs related to international topics and the increase of international study abroad opportunities in alignment with the mission of the institution and USG strategic goals.

Parking fee

The parking fee provides funding for the parking deck, residential surface parking, future parking decks and maintenance of all parking. Permits may be picked up at the Public Safety Parking Office. Payment of this mandatory fee provides all students with a parking permit and allows access to the appropriately designated parking lots as well as the parking deck. These permits are valid in designated student spaces on a first come/first served basis.

Student Center fee

The Student Center fee is used by Student Affairs to support bond repayment of the GGC Student Center. The Student Center fee will also be used for operational costs associated with the building that benefit and serve GGC students. These costs include necessary equipment and furniture, replacement of equipment and furniture, professional and student staff support, and other Student Center services.

Technology fee

Technology fee revenues will be used primarily for the direct benefit of students to assist them in meeting their educational objectives. Access to technology is important to the collegiate academic experience, including productivity tools, specific software packages, databases, specialized computers and printers, infrastructure, etc.