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Cost of Attendance

2019-2020

Charges reflect the annual cost of attendance for two semesters (fall and spring). To estimate your financial aid options for Young Harris College, visit the YHC Net Price Calculator.

Direct Annual Expenses    

Click here for the cost of attendance for returning students.

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Visitation Day Schedule

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Tuition Calculator

Discover the cost of Young Harris College by using the freshman student's net price calculator.   

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Estimados padres,

Saludos desde Young Harris College. Somos un colegio privado, afiliado con la iglesia Metodista. Ofrecemos bachilleratos en estudios de comunicación, inglés, historia, música, teatro musical, teatro, biología, negocios y política y recreo. Tenemos clases pequeñas con profesores calificados. Con clases pequeñas podemos ofrecer una buena educación y dar más atención personal a los estudiantes. 

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Contact Admissions

Young Harris College prides itself on true personal attention. You’ll find it in the classroom once you’re a student, but we start with admissions. Our friendly staff is knowledgeable and helpful through the process to make you and your family feel comfortable and welcomed from the beginning. Get to know us—we’re the people on the other end of the phone.

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Contact the Office of Financial Assistance & Planning

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Code of Conduct

Conflict of Interest Policy and Code of Conduct

The Higher Education Opportunity Act Of 2008 (HEOA) requires institutions of higher education to establish and follow a Code of Conduct with respect to student loans that prohibits conflicts of interest for any financial aid professional participating in the administration of educational loan programs. Young Harris College (the “College”) is an eligible institution under the Federal Insured Student Loan Program.

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Policies

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Loans

Loans are sources of funding that allow students to spread the cost of education over time. Loans must be paid back, even if the student does not complete his/her education. Students apply for low-interest Federal Direct Loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) to qualify.

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