Clover Park Technical College
2015-2016 Required Fee List
Human Services AAT or AAS-T
121 Credits

Please note: The dollar amounts shown on this listing are an estimate of costs to assist in planning your education experience at CPTC. Students should allow for normal cost increases when planning for future enrollment.

Tuition for international students is higher. Please contact the International Programs page for details.

ALL FEES AND PRICES OF MATERIALS, BOOKS, ETC., ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME.

The Human Services degree has 2 options: Option 1: Human Services Generalist 102 cr Option 2: Human Serv Chemicial Dependency 123 cr This fee list reflects the estimated costs for the Human Services with Option 2 at 121 credits for student planning. Students taking the Human Services Generalist option 1 can expect their Tuition costs to be approximately one quarter less.
 
Students enrolled in online, web-enhanced, or hybrid (combined online and classroom) courses will pay a $25 per class course management fee in addition to the estimated fees below.
 
Tuition and Fees
(Tuition and Fees last updated 8/11/2015)
Resident   Non-Resident
Assessment Fee  $19.00    $19.00
 Paid separately. Non-refundable.
 

Admission Fee

 $20.00    $20.00
 Non-refundable. Paid separately.
 
Application for Graduation Fee  $.00    $.00
 Paid separately. Non-refundable.
 
Tuition  $9,418.40   $22,599.29 
 
Laboratory/Supply Fee  $.00    $.00
 Includes all breakage charges, rental and maintenance of equipment and consumable supplies distributed by the instructor. 
 
Computer Fee $399.00   $399.00
Student Activity Fee $630.00   $630.00
Safety & Security Fee  $105.00    $105.00
ASG Building Fee  $315.00    $315.00
 
Total Tuition and Fees  $10,906.40    $24,087.29
 
NOTE: Tuition and Laboratory/Supply Fee payments are due four weeks prior to the first day of the Payment Period as indicated below. Students enrolling after the payment due date will pay fees due at the time of registration.

Full-Time Student Fees by Quarter (Approximate) Includes tuition, lab/supply, computer fee, student activity fee, ASG Building Fee and Safety & Security fee.
 
ResidentFees DueQuarter Start
Fall  Friday, September 04, 2015  Monday, September 21, 2015  $257.00
Winter  Friday, December 18, 2015  Monday, January 04, 2016  $257.00
Spring  Friday, March 18, 2016  Monday, April 04, 2016  $257.00
Summer  Monday, June 13, 2016  Tuesday, July 05, 2016  $257.00
 
Non-ResidentFees DueQuarter Start
Fall  Friday, September 04, 2015  Monday, September 21, 2015  $257.00
Winter  Friday, December 18, 2015  Monday, January 04, 2016  $257.00
Spring  Friday, March 18, 2016  Monday, April 04, 2016  $257.00
Summer  Monday, June 13, 2016  Tuesday, July 05, 2016  $257.00

Fee Refund Policy

 
Instructional Materials for Human Services AAT or AAS-T
(Instructional Materials last updated 11/16/2015)
( * - Starred items are required the first week of class)
Resident   Non-Resident
 
Students enrolled in this program will complete one or more college level general education courses in each of the following areas: communications, computation and social sciences. Please consult the current CPTC Catalog for the required general education courses and click here to view book titles and prices for these courses.

Estimated cost of books/supplies for required general education courses: $500.00

Students who require pre-college course work prior to enrolling in college level general education courses should plan for additional costs.

 
Available On Campus at the Bookstore
Text Books
HS 115 Essentials of Intentional Interviewing $153.00   $153.00
 
HS 127 An Introduction to Human Services $201.00   $201.00
 
HS 220 Theory + Treatment Plan In Counsel + Psy. $139.00   $139.00
 
HS 221 Essentials of Family Therapy w/Access Card $171.00   $171.00
 
HS 224 Family Violence Across the Lifespan $116.00   $116.00
 
HS 224/228 Role of the Helping Professions in Treating $106.00   $106.00
 
HS 226 Mental Health In Social Work Package $122.00   $122.00
 
HS 227 I Never Knew I Had A Choice $217.00   $217.00
 
HS 228 Counseling Crime Victims $100.00   $100.00
 
HS 230 Fund. of Case Management Practice $172.00   $172.00
 
HS 234 The Four Skills Of Cultural Diversity $80.00   $80.00
 
HS 237 Issues & Ethics in the Helping Professional $220.00   $220.00
 
HS 240 Addiction Treatment $186.00   $186.00
 
HS 246 Groups In Action Student Workbook $120.00   $120.00
 
HS 246 Groups: Process + Practice $232.00   $232.00
 
HSCD 135 Drugs in Perspective $121.00   $121.00
 
HSCD 135- Uppers, Downers, All Arounders $123.00   $123.00
 
HSCD 140 Subtle Boundary Dilemas Workbook $47.00   $47.00
  Option 2 only
HSCD 140 The Book of Ethics $29.00   $29.00
  Option 2 only
HSCD 140- Issues & Ethics in the Helping Profession $203.00   $203.00
 
HSCD 155 Substance Abuse Treatment & Stages of Change $35.00   $35.00
 
HSCD 155 Theory and Practice of Counseling & Psychotherapy $198.00   $198.00
 
HSCD 215 Fund. of Case Management Practice $165.00   $165.00
 
HSCD 215 The Practice of Generalist Case Management $108.00   $108.00
  Option 2 only
HSCD 226 Theory and Practice of Counseling & Psychotherapy $223.00   $223.00
 
HSCD 249 Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment $65.00   $65.00
 
HSCD 251 Counseling for Relapse Prevention $10.00   $10.00
  Option 2 only
HSCD 251 Passages Through Recovery $15.00   $15.00
 
HSCD 251 Relapse Prevention Counseling Workbook $10.00   $10.00
  Option 2 only
 
Materials and Supplies
* Consumable supplies $55.00   $55.00
  Supplies purchased by the students such as: paper, pens, pencils, notebooks, etc.
 
Available On Campus
Other
* Medical Malpractice Insurance $14.00   $14.00
  This fee will be assessed for each quarter a student is enrolled in courses that put them into the practice (clinical/internship/externship/clinical practicum assignments) of their profession. Fee per quarter is $14.00
 
Total Materials and Supplies $4,256.00   $4,256.00
 
Program Total  $15,162.40    $28,343.29
 

Bookstore Return/Refund Poclicy


FEE REFUND POLICY:

  1. The Assessment Fee is non-refundable.

  2. All College Admissions Fees are non-refundable.

  3. For State Funded classes, the tuition and laboratory/supply/computer use fee will be refunded for a payment period upon official withdrawal according to the following schedule:

    100% prior to the first day of instruction.

    80% first through fifth day of instruction.

    40% on or after the sixth day of instruction through the twentieth calendar day following the beginning of instruction.

    0% twenty-first calendar day through the end of the payment period.

    Financial aid recipients are subject to the Title IV Return of Funds policy as stated in the CPTC catalog.

  4. For Self-Support classes, the following schedule will apply:

    100% When the College cancels the class.

    100% When a student withdraws from the class on or before one business day prior to the first day of class. To officially withdraw from the class, the student may come to the College in person, call Registration at (253)589-5666 or fax a request to be withdrawn to (253)589-5852, or withdraw online at http://www.cptc.edu/drop/. The College must receive the fax or online drop on or before one business day prior to the first day of class.

    0% When a person registers but does not attend the class. No refunds are available after the class has started.

    Self-Support classes are indicated in the quarterly class schedule by an "SS" after the cost of the class. The fees charged for self-support classes cover all costs of offering the class.

  5. Programs canceled by the College will be refunded at 100% of the fees paid but unused as of the cancellation date.

  6. Refunds will not be granted for students withdrawn for disciplinary reasons.

  7. Students called for military active duty will be granted a refund of tuition and fees paid for the current payment period, subject to the rules and regulations of their respective funding sources and payment methods. Presentation of written confirmation (orders) is required.

  8. Students who do not attend the first two class sessions and/or comply with the established attendance policy for the class or program may forfeit the right to continue and may be subject to administrative withdrawal without refund.

  9. The graduation fee is non-refundable.

  10. Upon official withdrawal, refunds will be made by mail to the student or his or her respective funding agencies.

Refund Exception: Exceptions to the refund policy must be requested in writing to the Director of Enrollment Services before the last day of the quarter in which payment was made. A Petition for Refund Exception form is available in the Student Records Office. Eligible requests will have detailed information and supporting documentation attached when the request is submitted.


NOTE: ALL FEES AND PRICES OF MATERIALS, BOOKS, ETC., ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME. Prices include Washington state sales tax.

Important Read Me!

Clover Park Technical College Bookstore Return/Refund Policy

Returns - Textbooks and supplies may be returned within FOURTEEN calendar days of purchase. Items must be in new condition and be accompanied by the cash register receipt. ALL TOOL SALES ARE FINAL. AFTER 14 CALENDAR DAYS ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

Refunds - All refunds must be accompanied by a cash register receipt. Cash refunds in excess of $50 will be mailed to the requestor in 10 to 14 working days. The same is true for purchases made by check. Credit card purchases will be refunded back to the credit card.

PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR INSTRUCTOR BEFORE PURCHASING TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES FOR YOUR PROGRAM TO ENSURE ITEMS LISTED ON THIS FEE LIST ARE CURRENT. OCCASIONALLY TEXTBOOK REQUIREMENTS ARE CHANGED TO NEWER EDITIONS BY THE TIME THEY ARE NEEDED IN YOUR PROGRAM. IT MAY BE THAT IT WOULD BE BETTER TO DELAY PURCHASE OF AN ITEM BASED ON ADVICE FROM YOUR INSTRUCTOR.

Funded students must purchase all books, supplies and tools in the first five (5) weeks of each quarter.

 

This Internet site is provided for informational purposes only. Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information presented here, it shall not be construed as an agreement between the public and Clover Park Technical College. The college reserves the right to make any changes in content at any time without notice.

 

Clover Park Technical College
4500 Steilacoom Boulevard South West
Lakewood, WA 98499-4004
253.589.5678
http://www.cptc.edu/
E-mail: registrar@cptc.edu
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