Tuition & Fees

Tuition and Fees

Cost Estimate of Attendance

The “Cost Estimate of Attendance” is reviewed annually, and includes tuition, fees, tools, books, and projected living/personal expenses. This is the best cost estimate for a student to participate in the Comprehensive Career Boat Building Program. Students are responsible for securing housing, meals, transportation, and other personal expenses.

Cost Estimate per Student

Living expense estimate depends on student’s housing arrangements.*  Students are responsible for purchase of course text books and tools. Textbook prices fluctuate depending on recent book editions and pricing changes by publishers. Tool cost assumes student has no tools.

Required/Optional Fees for the Program

Application Fee due with admissions application and non-refundable.*

Material/Shop fee is non-refundable unless stated otherwise in the Refund Policy.**

ABYC Advisory Certificate for Gas Engines, Diesel Engines or Marine Systems requires an additional $150 per exam fee for a student who wants to test for an ABYC certification.

Any travel expenses related to ABYC testing away from the school or field trips are the responsibility of the student.***

Annual Tuition Amount based on Enrollment Date

Tuition Installment Amount based on Enrollment Date


Tuition Due Dates based on Enrollment Date


Payment options and due dates

Option (1): Pay tuition in full unless alternate payment arrangements are made between the student and the Executive Director of Operations prior to the first tuition installment due date.

Option (2): Pay tuition in (4) four equal installment amounts. Must have payment arrangement made with Executive Director of Operations prior to the first tuition installment due date.





What People Say

Thank you so much for doing such a beautiful job on the
Marilyn Jean. Everyone loves her!

Wayne B., Commissioned Boat Client July 14, 2017

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