Community college enrollment fees are set by the California State Legislature. All fees are subject to change.
Fees for 2022-2023
|Fee Name||Summer 2022||Fall 2022||Spring 2023||Refundable|
|Resident tuition and enrollment||$46 per unit||$46 per unit||$46 per unit||Yes|
|Non-resident tuition and enrollment||$395 per unit||$395 per unit||$395 per unit||Yes|
|Foreign student application fee 1||$50||$50||$50||No|
|Student representation fee||N/A||$2||$2||Yes|
Refundable: Yes. Learn more about refunds.
Tuition and enrollment fees are charged per unit of enrollment. These fees are set by the State of California and are subject to change at any time. Students who have registered for classes prior to an increase may be required to pay the additional amount.
The foreign student application fee applies to all international students. Some international students may be exempt from paying this fee if they demonstrate economic hardship. Read Regulation R-2251 Nonresident and International Student Fees to learn more.
The student representation fee supports student government in its effort to advocate and lobby for legislative issues that affect students.
$1 of every $2 fee supports the operations of a statewide community college student organization that is recognized by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges (Assembly Bill 1504). This statewide organization provides for student representation and participation in state-level community college shared governance as well as governmental affairs representatives to advocate before the legislature and other state and local governmental entities.
Students can refuse to pay this fee based on moral, religious, political, or financial grounds. To be exempted from paying the fee, submit the Student Representation Fee Exemption Form, preferably before you pay your fees.
This fee was established under provision of California Education Code section 76060.5 and California Code of Regulations, Title V, sections 54801-54805.