Welcome! The college catalog contains important information about Cape Cod Community College academic programs and policies. You will find information on degrees and certificates, degree requirements, course descriptions, general education requirements, and more.
This catalog covers the 2022–2023 academic year with program information for incoming students.
Students should refer to program information in the catalog year in which they matriculated.
Students who matriculated at Cape Cod Community College follow the requirements in the catalog under which they originally matriculated.
Cape Cod Community College is authorized to award the Associate in Arts, Associate in Applied Science, and Associate in Science degrees. Degree requirements and academic standards, subject to modification, apply to all students.
Tuition and Fees are subject to change by vote of the Department of Higher Education and/or the Cape Cod Community College Board of Trustees.
All obligations to the College must be paid prior to the beginning of classes each semester. Refer to the Academic Calendar for due dates. The full-time tuition and fees listed here are based upon 30 credit hours of enrollment per year.
See Tuition & Fee Schedule to review current tuition and fees by credit hour.
Visit Financial Aid at 4Cs for detailed information about how to apply for financial aid.
At Cape Cod Community College, you will discover dedicated faculty and staff offering a wide range of services and resources to help you reach your goals.
Building on a positive learning-centered environment, 4Cs offers programs that help you manage academics and make the most of your college experience. Whether you are looking for academic advice, tutoring, job hunting tips, special services, or want to join a club, we have resources on campus that can help you graduate with more knowledge, experience, connections, and a better chance of success.
Providing its region with access to unique resources is a key mission for Cape Cod Community College. By maintaining close relationships with community leaders, business and industry groups, and local organizations, the College shapes its non-credit course offerings, conferences, workshops, lecture programs, cultural events, and special initiatives to meet community needs.