District Status   In-district: I have lived in the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District for one year or more.
  Out-of-district: I live outside the Lee College district but have been a Texas resident for the past 12 months.
  Non-residents: I have lived outside of Texas in the last 12 months.

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Total Due:  

Additional fees may apply. Does not include the cost of books and materials.


Out-of-District Residency

Students classified as Texas residents are entitled to out-of-district tuition rates, unless they live in the college's tax district; see below.

In-District Residency

In-state residents of the Lee College tax district qualify for in-district tuition. Geographically, the tax district is found in those portions of Harris and Chambers counties served by the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District. Persons who live in this district — regardless of whether they own and/or lease property — are eligible. The documents described above for use in establishing Texas residency may also be requested to document residence in the tax district.


U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and approved foreign nationals who moved to Texas less than 12 months prior to the term of enrollment, and who are taking steps to make Texas their permanent home, are classified as non-residents for tuition purposes. These persons can be reclassified as Texas residents when they can prove they have resided permanently in Texas for 12 months. Foreign nationals not permitted to establish a domicile or residence in Texas will be charged the non-resident rate indefinitely.


On average, 1 college class is equivalent to 3 credit hours.

Determine the number of credit hours you are taking.

1. List your class schedule:


2. The second digit in the course number determines the number of credit hours for that particular course.

ACCT 2401
This course has 4 credit hours.

3. In example #1, the total number of credit hours is 14.