Approximate Student Expenses beyond Tuition and Fees
Refer to the College Catalog for tuition and fees information and payment options. Other costs to consider include transportation and parking fees for clinical sites in Suffolk County. Provider fees vary depending on personal healthcare insurance coverage.
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Prior to First Semester
through School of Nursing
|AHA CPR Certification
(online courses not acceptable)
Immunizations and Titers
|Royal Blue SCCC Logo Uniform Top||$35.00|
|White Uniform Pants||$15.00|
|Basic Watch with Second Hand||$22.00|
|ATI Comprehensive Package
If you are experiencing a Financial Hardship that NOW impacts your ability to remain enrolled at Suffolk County Community College, there is help.
Richard and Mary Morrison Student Hardship Fund
The Richard and Mary Morrison Student Hardship Fund was established by Richard and Mary Morrison in 2014 to assist Suffolk County Community College students who are experiencing unforeseen financial difficulty that jeopardizes their ability to remain in College. Students who qualify can receive up to $1,000 each to offset tuition, fees and book expenses.
To initiate the process:
- Students can apply once per semester by completing an application
- The application can be mailed, faxed to or dropped off
- Applicants must include documentation of financial need and a short essay detailing a desire to continue studying at Suffolk County Community College
- Applications will be reviewed by a committee
- Funds are limited and will be awarded on a rolling basis.
For further information, please contact Russell Malbrough in the Suffolk Community College Foundation office at (631) 451-4630; fax (631) 451-4940 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, here is information for Scholarships that you might apply for:
Contact the Financial Aid office on your campus via the main Financial Aid page:
Financial Aid Office
Here is information on the Tuition Payment Plan:
Suffolk has a tuition payment plan (TPP) that allows students to pay their tuition and fees in three installments. The initial payment is one-third of the amount due plus the $50 fee to sign up for the plan. The second payment covers an additional one-third and is due four weeks into the semester. The final one-third payment is due approximately four weeks later at the mid-point of the semester. A $30 late fee is charged for any payment not made on or before its due date.
Find more specific information: Tuition Payment Plan
Career Services Job Connection lists current internships and jobs:
The SCCC Academic Counseling and Writing Centers can also provide assistance with the review of draft scholarship essays.