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By registering for class, students assume responsibility for all charges, for knowing the correct tuition and fees owed, for verifying the status and balance of their account, and for payment of all charges in the Accounting and Financial Management (AFM) office prior to payment deadlines.

See the appropriate tabs for further information on tuition and miscellaneous fees, withdrawals and refund policies.

  • Tuition/Fees/Room & Board 2015-16
  • WICHE and WUE
  • Refund Policy Procedures
  • Complete Withdrawal Procedure

*Tuition and Fees - effective Fall 2015 (per semester)

Credit Hours

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) - Residents of the following states qualify for tuition through the WUE program: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Utah, and Washington. Nebraska residents are eligible to enroll in Casper College programs at the WUE rates.


Some courses will charge an additional course fee that
will be noted in the class schedule, for example:

    • Fitness Center Fee - $30
    • Applied Music Fee - $90 per credit hour
*Fees are included with the tuition rates: $27 per credit of the rate is student fees. That is a total of $324 in fees for full-time students.

There is a $200 housing deposit that is required at time of application

Residence Hall Room and Meal Plan Rates - effective Fall 2015 (per semester)

Meals per Week
19 Meals per Week
15 Meals
+ $100 Flex Bucks
10 Meals
+ $100 Flex Bucks
Double Occupancy
Single Occupancy
Flex Bucks can be used during business hours at the Tobin Dining Hall, the Doornbos Student Lounge (located in Liesinger Hall), and the Gateway Building, 3rd floor.

Click here for Residence Hall information and application.


Apartment Rental Rates - effective Summer 2015 (beginning July 1, 2015)

Apartment Building
Rental Rate
Wheeler Terrace
$2575 per student per semester (double occupancy) (plus $1482 for a 19-meal plan)
Civic Apartment
$625 per month
Thorson Apartment
$625 per month
Apartment / Commuter Meal Plan
$500 per semester (50 meal plan - non-residence hall students)
The Casper College District Board reserves the right to alter tuition, fees, and room and board
at any time by the amount necessary to maintain the institution.

States in WICHECasper College participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), a program of the 15 states Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). The 15 WICHE states are the following: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Through WUE, students who are legal residents of other WICHE states may enroll in Casper College programs at WUE rates (150 percent of the Wyoming resident tuition plus the standard per credit student fees). WUE information may be obtained through the office of Admissions and Student Records, Administration Building, Room 132.

• Nebraska residents are eligible to enroll in Casper College programs at WUE rates.

Casper College graduates may enroll as students under the same terms at designated institutions and programs in other participating states. Information about programs in other states may be obtained from the WICHE Office, P.O. Box 3432, University Station, Laramie, Wyoming 82071 or by calling (307) 766-6556.

Refunds will be calculated following the end of the refund period and refund checks will be mailed to the student by the AFM office. If payment was made by credit card, credit will be issued to the credit card account. For exceptions to the refund policy, students should submit a petition to the Office of Student Services. Petition forms are available in GW350 or call 307-268-2323 to request the form.

  • Tuition and Fees
    • To receive a refund or adjustment, the drop or withdrawal from the course(s) must occur by the deadlines listed below (also listed in the Casper College Catalog):
      • FALL Full Semester Credit Courses:
        • Drop by 9/4/15: 100% of tuition,course fees and per credit fees will be credited and you will owe nothing.
        • Drop by 9/11/15: 75% of only tuition will be credited and you will owe 50% of tuition and all per credit fees.
        • Drop by 9/18/15: 50% of only tuition will be credited and you will owe 50% of tuition and all per credit fees.
        • Drop after 9/18/15 and you will owe all tuition, course fees and per credit fees.

      • For Less Than Full Semester Credit Courses:
        • The "drop by" dates for each of the above refund periods do not apply to courses that meet less than a full semester number of days. The number of days in each refund period of the above full semester refund policy is proportionately applied to the length of a less than full semester course to determine the length of time for the 100%, 75%, and 50% refund periods. Check with the Accounting and Financial Management office for the refund percentage that will apply on the day the less than full semester course is dropped.

      • Continuing Ed Courses: CMSV and CEU:
        • Student must notify the Continuing Education office three business days prior to the start of the class or the registration deadline, whichever date is sooner, to cancel your registration.

    • Click the "Complete Withdrawals" tab for required procedures and definitions of official withdrawal date.

  • Room Refund Schedule
    • Room charges are refunded at 75 percent during the first week of the semester; at 50 percent for the second week; and at 25 percent the third week. No refunds will be made after the 25 percent deadline.

  • Board Contracts
    • A refund of 100 percent of the unused portion of the board contract will be made up to 30 days prior to the end of the semester.

  • Refunds for Students with Grant, Loan or Scholarship Funds
    • A student who receives grant, loan or scholarship funds but attends no classes must repay the full amount of such awards. A student who receives such funds and attends classes but withdraws from school must make repayment of such funds in accordance with the appropriate refund and repayment policy. Award repayments are deducted from any available tuition, room, and board refunds; any balance due the college is billed to the student, and any balance due the student is refunded to the student.
    • Please Note: September 4, 2015, is the financial aid census date. Your enrollment status as of that date is the determining factor for your financial aid awards. Exercise caution with drops and adds around that time.

A student may withdraw from college with grades of "W" in all courses (regardless of the grades in the courses at the time of withdrawal) until four weeks before the end of the semester for fall and spring semesters.

For the Fall 2015 semester, the withdrawal deadline is November 12, 2015. Please check with the Enrollment Services office for any additional information.

Note: For short courses check with Enrollment Services for specific withdrawal dates.

  • The procedure which must be followed to withdraw from all classes for the semester is as follows:

The official date of a complete withdrawal is the date on which the withdrawal form is accepted by the Enrollment Services Office.


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