Costs of Attending College

The fees and tuition costs are subject to change by State law or at the discretion of the College. The information listed below was correct at the time of Catalog publication.


State law prescribes payment of the following enrollment fee each semester or session:
Enrollment Fee.....$46 per unit

All students pay the following fees unless exempted by law:

Fee Cost
Enrollment Fee $46 per unit
Health Fee $22 per semester/$18 per intersession
Student Representation Fee $2.00 per term
Student Activity Fee $10.00 per semester/$5.00 per intersession

Nonresident Tuition

Students who are nonresidents of California for tuition purposes (residence-determination) are required to pay out-of-state tuition of $307.00 per unit and $10.00 per unit in Capital Outlay in addition to the fees above that are paid by all students. However, nonresident students who attended high school in California for three or more years; graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent (e.g., passed the high school proficiency or GED exam); and are U.S. citizens, immigrant aliens, or never-documented aliens may be eligible for exemption from nonresident tuition. Such students should contact the Admissions Office for more information.

Instructional Materials Fee

Students enrolled in credit or noncredit courses and programs may be required to provide certain instructional and other materials including, but not limited to tools, equipment and clothing.

Refund Policy

A student who has paid fees and withdraws from all or part of his/her enrollment by the deadline date may request a refund. Refunds are not automatic. Refund requests must be submitted based on the deadlines published in the semester Schedule of Classes. The college has partnered with BankMobile to deliver refunds to students through an automated process. New students will receive a green envelope from BankMobile in the mail after they apply for admission to the college; the envelope contains instructions and a personal code to use when setting up a BankMobile account.  Students may choose from the following refund options:

  1. Direct deposit into a personal bank account
  2. Deposit to a BankMobile “Vibe” Checking Account
  3. Paper check delivered by U.S. Mail