Pasco-Hernando State College made the U.S. Department of Education College Affordability and Transparency List for Lowest Net Price and Lowest Tuition (https://collegecost.ed.gov/). Lowest Net Price and Lowest Tuition lists include colleges in the lowest (bottom 10%) among all ranked schools. Net price is cost of attendance minus grant and scholarship aid. Tuition reports include tuition and required fees.
“PHSC is proud to be recognized as among the most affordable colleges in the nation,” said PHSC President Timothy L. Beard, Ph.D. “We have worked diligently to keep tuition and fees low without compromising the quality of instruction, facilities or support services. PHSC is committed to our open-door policy—to provide our district with accessible, affordable, high quality higher education and workforce training.”
Considered among the most cost-effective public colleges in the nation, PHSC has not raised tuition since the 2012-13 academic year. PHSC now serves more than 14,000 students annually and has conferred approximately 57,000 degrees and certificates. Paying for college is a concern for many students. Over 60% of PHSC students receive some form of financial aid each year. The PHSC Financial Aid Office provides information and advising about federal, state and institutional aid programs as well as local scholarships to help students achieve educational goals.
PHSC is currently enrolling and registering students for the fall 2022 term. For more information, visit phsc.edu.
Pasco-Hernando State College, a comprehensive, learning-centered institution, serves its community by providing affordable, accessible, and diverse educational experiences that empower students to achieve academic success, personal enrichment, and socio-economic advancement.