Tuition & Fees

How much does it cost to attend?

Tuition and fees are set by the Washington State Legislature and are subject to change. Green River College reserves the right to change any of its fees or charges without notice. Some courses or programs of study may require additional fees. 

Student Fees:

Lower Level Tuition Rates (Under 300-level):

Upper Level Tuition Rates (300-level and above):

Special Population Tuition Rates:

Residency Information:

Refund Information:

Quarterly Tuition Due Dates

If registration occurs before the tuition due date, students have until the posted date to make payment, get funding in place or register for the STEP payment plan.

After the tuition due date, tuition is due within 72 hours of registration.

Once the quarter begins, tuition is due within 24 hours of registration.

Quarterly Tuition Due Dates:

  • Summer Quarter - June 4, 2019
  • Fall Quarter - September 3, 2019
  • Winter Quarter - December 10, 2019
  • Spring Quarter - March 11, 2020

Payment Options

Online: Make a Payment

In Person: Cashier's Office, Student Affairs & Success Center - Cashier's Office hours

Kent Campus - Kent Campus hours

Auburn Center - Auburn Center hours

Enumclaw Campus - Enumclaw Campus hours

STEP: Student Tuition Easy Payments

Available Funding: Pay for College

State Support of Higher Education

The average cost to educate a resident full-time community or technical college student for the 2018-19 academic year is $8,640.  Students pay an average of $3,192 in tuition toward this cost.  The remaining $5,448 is an “opportunity pathway” provided by the State and is funded by state taxes and other sources.  The amounts shown are averages for a full-time, resident student.  The actual tuition a student pays will vary due to credit load, residency status and other factors.

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