PAYING FOR COLLEGE
UPDATED: 11 JULY 2012
(All fees are subject to change)
Enrollment Fee: $46/unit Required
of all student residents of California except those who qualify for the Board
of Governors’ Fee Waiver
(BOGW), a state financial aid program.
Nonresident Tuition: $217/unit +
$46/unit enrollment fee. Required of all students who have not established residence
in California for a period of one year prior to the day before classes begin.
Tuition: $217/unit + $46/unit enrollment fee. Required of international
students attending Mt. SAC on an F-1 Visa. International students applying
for an F-1 Visa must pay a $50.00 application fee regardless
of whether they register for classes.
Student Activities Fee: $11/semester
(Fall and Spring semesters only) Supports various programs and services
on campus, including book grants, cultural programs, speakers, and discount tickets
to amusement parks and movie theaters.
Student Representation Fee: $0.50
Materials Fee: Varies. Fee is noted under the class listing
at the end of the course description.
Parking Fee: $40/semester ($20 w/BOG waiver).
Student parking permits are required to use all student parking lots.
Student Health Fee**: $18/
semester ($14 w/BOG waiver). Required of all credit students, including part-time,
except those who qualify for a BOG fee waiver.
**Pursuant to Section 76355 of
the Education Code, Mt. SAC has a process by which students may request to waive
the health fee. To qualify for a waiver students must provide documentation of
active membership in a religious organization that relies exclusively upon prayer
for healing. Applications for waivers are available in the Bursar’s Office
(9A) or in the Student Health Center (67B) for the first week of the semester.
fees paid at the Bursar’s Office:
- Material Cards
- Transcript & Verification
- F-1 Student Application Fee ($50)
Click here for finanical aid information.
Per California Education Code Section
76142, any prospective international student who possesses an economic hardship
is exempt from paying the international student application fee. Economic hardship,
in this instance, refers to the prospective student’s (and/or his/her family)
ability to pay for the application fee by proving a prior year income (adjusted
in U.S. dollars) of $80,000 or less. Students qualifying under Education Code
Section 76140, who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition, are also exempt
from paying the international student application fee.