Students are charged the same rate for 12 to 18 semester hours. An additional fee will be charged for hours taken in excess of 18 hours per semester. Students who enroll for fewer than 12 semester hours will be charged at the less‐than‐full‐time rate on a per‐credit‐hour basis. All accounts must be paid in full before a student will be allowed to register or reserve housing for the next semester. Contact the Business Office for more information.
Housing and Meal Charges
Housing and meal charges for the next academic year are announced each spring. Private rooms are available upon request as space permits, on a first come, first served basis. Contact the Office of Residence Life for more information.
|Part-Time Tuition Charge (per hour) less than 12 Hours||$756|
|Overload Charge (per hour) over 18 Hours||$160|
|Parking Fee (per year1)||$180|
|Campus/Technology Fee (per year1)||$660|
|SGA Green Fee (1-time fee per school year)||$5|
|Graduation Fee, including diploma and rental of cap and gown2)||$142|
|Private Music Lessons (per credit hour)||$200|
|Replacing a Student ID Card4||$30|
|Student Health Insurance5||***|
|Returning Tuition Deposit6||$200|
1 Additional charges will apply for summer session.
2 Subject to change depending on cost to the College.
3 Currently enrolled students are provided free transcripts. No transcripts will be released until all accounts are settled with the Business Office. Students who are no longer enrolled will pay $7 per transcript. Transcripts will be not be released until all accounts are settled with the Business Office.
4 The Young Harris College identification card (YHC One Card) is the sole property of Young Harris College. The YHC One Card is used to access certain campus buildings, including a student’s residence hall and room, as well as act as a meal/debit card in the Campus Restaurant and elsewhere. Students are required to carry and upon the request of College personnel, including residence hall and library staff members, to exhibit their YHC One Card. Students who falsify information on their YHC One Card are subject to disciplinary action. Under no circumstance should a student allow anyone else to use his/her YHC One Card. If for any reason, the YHC One Card is lost or stolen, a fee of $30 will be required in order to replace the card.
5 All students are required to be covered by a personal health insurance plan. The cost of college sponsored health insurance may be waived if a student provides proof of insurance by completing the online waiver form through Pearce & Pearce (see Health and Wellness Services).
It has been the practice of Young Harris College to offer a basic medical policy for our students who did not have other insurance options; however, on March 16, 2012, The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a final student health coverage rule to ensure that students have access to coverage and benefit from the Affordable Care Act's Patient's Bill of Rights, preventive services coverage, and other consumer protections.
These rules necessitate substantial changes to the insurance policy that the college has offered to our students in the past. Therefore, the details regarding enrollment, plan specifics and claims procedures for the 2012-2013 college-sponsored insurance plan are currently undergoing review and major revision.
As soon as details are known, a letter will be sent to all new and returning students outlining the particulars of the new plan and the enrollment/waiver process that will need to be followed.
For more information, contact the Office of Health and Wellness Services.
6 Returning students pre-registering for Fall Semester are required to pay a tuition deposit of $200. The tuition deposit is due one week prior to fall pre-registration. This deposit is refundable if requested by May 1.
The Young Harris College Bookstore owned by Follett and located in the Myers Student Center offers all textbooks and supplies that YHC students need for their courses. Make a purchase here or email the Bookstore manager, Jonathon Brock, with further questions. The average cost per semester is approximately $675.