College of Charleston Approves Tuition for 2024–25 School Year

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The Board of Trustees approved no tuition increase for South Carolina students this fall.

The College of Charleston Board of Trustees voted on June 10, 2024, to hold tuition constant for South Carolina students for the fifth consecutive year. The board also voted to slightly increase tuition for out-of-state students by 3.95% for the 2024-25 academic year.   

Beginning fall semester 2024, full-time undergraduate students from South Carolina will pay $6,259 per semester. Out-of-state, full-time undergraduate students will pay $18,918 per semester. Graduate students’ tuition will be based on a new program-dependent, two-tiered system.  

“The College of Charleston prioritizes keeping tuition rates affordable for all students,” says board chair Renee Romberger. “I am pleased that we, with the help of the S.C. General Assembly, were able to hold tuition steady for South Carolina students and to only modestly increase costs for our non-resident students.”  

“This action helps continue our academic mission to provide a high-quality education at an affordable cost,” says College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu. “Because of the continued investment by the South Carolina Legislature, we have been able to keep tuition flat for our in-state students for a fifth year in a row. In comparison to our peers, the College of Charleston continues to be one of the best value propositions in the higher-education marketplace.”  

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