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Tuition Costs and Fees

CURRENT TUITION & FEES AT ILLINOIS COLLEGES, PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES & COMMUNITY COLLEGES


Below please see charts of the current tuition & fees at public universities and community colleges in Illinois.



Illinois Public Universities


Information table about cost
Illinois Public Universities
2018 - 2019 Annual Tuition & Fees
Chicago State University $12,176
Eastern Illinois University $12,144
Governors State University $13,004
Illinois State University $15,445
Northeastern Illinois University
General
Business

$15,212
$16,480
Northern Illinois University
General
Engineering
Computer Science

$14,618
$15,818
$15,578
Southern Illinois University / Carbondale
General
Business
Distance Education
Distance Education - Business

$15,574
$17,118
$12,603
$14,147
Southern Illinois University / Edwardsville
Guaranteed Tuition
Business
Engineering

$12,941
$14,400
$14,400
University Of Illinois at Springfield $16,731
University Of Illinois At Chicago
General
Engineering
Architecture and Arts
Nursing
Business
Human Nutrition
Kinesiology
Health Information Management
Science
Public Health

$14,864
$17,264
$17,504
$19,134
$17,364
$16,114
$15,914
$17,214
$16,614
$16,864
University Of Illinois at Urbana / Champaign
General
Business
CLS
Engineering
Fine & Applied Arts
Journalism
ACES (Agriculture and Consumer Economics)
ACES (Crop Science, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences)
ACES (Animal Science, Food Service and Human Nutrition)
Advertising


$16,004
$21,008
$21,008
$21,008
$17,608
$16,784
$17,634
$17,300

$18,590
$16,784

Western Illinois University $13,312

NOTE: Illinois public universities impose differential tuition and fee amounts for different students, depending upon the student's class level and field of study. The amounts reported here are 16 credit hour rates charged to freshman-level students entering college in fall 2018 as reported to ISAC for purposes of the Monetary Award Program. They are intended to be representative of the costs faced by students at each institution. Students should check individual institutions to determine the exact costs.

Illinois Community Colleges


Information table about cost
Illinois Community Colleges 2018-2019 Annual Tuition & Fees
Black Hawk College $4,768 Lincoln Trail College $3,970
Carl Sandburg College $5,330 Malcolm X College $3,504
College Of DuPage $4,417 McHenry County College $3,974
College Of Lake County $4,564 Moraine Valley Community College $4,646
Danville Area Community College $5,032 Morton College $4,372
Elgin Community College $4,236 Oakton Community College $4,550
Frontier Community College $3,970 Olive Harvey College $3,504
Harold Washington College $3,504 Olney Central College $3,970
Harper College $5,116 Parkland College $5,509
Harry S Truman College $3,504 Prairie State College $5,472
Heartland Community College $4,906 Rend Lake College $4,160
Highland Community College $5,566 Richard J Daley College $3,504
Illinois Central College $4,800 Richland Community College $4,825
Illinois Valley Community College $4,266 Rock Valley College $4,014
John A Logan College $4,027 Sauk Valley Community College $4,448
John Wood Community College $5,216 Shawnee Community College $4,000
Joliet Junior College $4,863 South Suburban College Of Cook County $5,432
Kankakee Community College $4,928 Southeastern Illinois College $4,224
Kaskaskia College $5,032 Southwestern Illinois College $3,904
Kennedy-King College $3,504 Spoon River College $6,240
Kishwaukee College $5,532 Triton College $4,736
Lake Land College $4,384 Wabash Valley College $3,970
Lewis & Clark Community College $4,736 Waubonsee Community College $4,352
Lincoln Land Community College $4,776 Wilbur Wright College $3,504

NOTE: Illinois community colleges impose base and specialty rates for tuition, depending on a variety of factors. The amounts reported here are a blend of those base and specialty rates based on 16 credit hours charged to students for fall 2018, as reported to ISAC for purposes of the Monetary Award Program. They are intended to be representative of the costs faced by students at each institution. Students should check individual institutions to determine exact costs.


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