Online Only Rate Restrictions
The online rate is available for up to 50% of a student’s degree. (The Associates Degrees and One Year Certificates are available completely online.)
- Students who have already taken classes with Davis College before (at any location or online) are not eligible for this rate.
- Any student who switches from online to on campus during Fall or Spring semesters will no longer be eligible for the online only rate if he/she switches back to online only.
- LAUNCH! Dual Enrollment students may qualify for this rate once they matriculate as a regular college student.
- Students taking a combination of on campus and online classes in any one semester will be charged regular tuition for all classes he/she is taking that semester.
- Students paying the online only rate are not eligible for institutional scholarships.
- Students cannot pay the online only rate if they live in campus housing.
High School Dual Enrollment Restrictions
High school sophomores, juniors and seniors may take selected courses at Davis prior to high school graduation under the following conditions:
- The student must maintain satisfactory grades in both high school and Davis courses to continue enrollment at Davis College.
- Only approved courses may be taken.
- Additional forms may need to be completed by the student and the student’s high school guidance department.
- Immunization records showing proof of immunity to Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR) are required from students taking 6 or more credit hours.
- Upon successful completion of the course, the student may request, in writing, that an official transcript be sent to his/her high school.
- If a student wishes to enroll in more than 9 credit hours, approval must be obtained from both the Admissions Office and the Registrar’s Office.
- After high school graduation, Dual Enrollment students must complete the normal application
Non-Matriculated Tuition Restrictions
Non-matriculated students are students taking selected courses for academic credit but are not pursuing a degree or certificate.
- An application form must be completed.
- These students are not enrolled in a degree or certificate program, are ineligible for Financial Aid, and may not accumulate more that 12 total credits as a special student.
- If a non-matriculated (special) student changes over to a degree or certificate program, enrolls full time, or accumulates 12 hours of credit from Davis, he/she must then complete the rest of the normal application procedure.
- Under special circumstances, some non-matriculated students may be asked to complete the full admissions process before enrolling, at the discretion of the Admissions Office.
Meal Plan Restrictions
Meals plans are now required in the Suites and the Dorms.
- All freshmen on-campus residents are required to choose from the 200 or 275 meal plans.
- Upperclassmen Dorm residents may choose from the 140, 200, or 275 meal plans.
- Upperclassmen Suite residents may choose from the 70,140, 200, or 275 meal plans.
- Meal Plan Exemption Policy
For more information regarding course pricing contact Student Accounts at 607.729.1581 x 304.