Brookhaven College - Tuition


Dallas County residents pay $45 per credit hour, or $135 for a three-hour class. Out-of-county residents pay $83 per credit hour. Out of state and international students are charged $132 per credit unit or a minimum of $200.

Tuition Waiver for Senior Adults

Senior adults, those 65 and older, who live in or own property in Dallas Country, can enroll in up to six hours of credit courses each semester or summer session at no cost, based on availability.

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