All campus fees are payable according to the deadlines published in the Schedule of Classes. No deferred or partial payments are allowed. Payment may be made by cash, check, traveler's check, money order or Visa/Master Charge card. Personal checks are not accepted for foreign or nonresident tuition and fees. For a complete listing of fees and associated information, see the general information section of the Schedule of Classes.
A $10.00 charge is made for each returned check.
All information relative to enrollment fees is subject to change as mandated by the California Community College Board of Governors and California law.
All students are required to pay enrollment fees at the time of registration.
The State legislature determines enrollment fees. The current rate is $46 per semester unit.
Students may be eligible for a Waiver of Enrollment Fees if they are on Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), Supplemental Social Security (SSI), General Assistance, or if their total income and number of dependents meet specific criteria; or they have demonstrated need indicated on their financial aid application (See
Board of Governors' Fee Waiver).
The District provides a health program to assist students in health matters.
The Health Services fee is $18.00* per semester and is payable at the time of registration, unless the student is eligible for the BOGW Fee Waiver. The fee is nonrefundable unless the student withdraws from all classes prior to the end of the 10th day of the term, or the District cancels all of the student's classes. See Schedule for approved exemptions.
* Fees are subject to change.
Effective Spring Semester 2009 all students will be required to pay the Student Health Services Fee of $18 per semester.
On September 9, 2008, the District's Board of Trustees approved the
elimination of the Board of Governor's fee waiver (BOGFW) for the student health fee. Recent years have seen a substantial increase in costs associated with providing student health services.
The following exceptions to paying the Health Fee have not changed:
A Student Center Fee is assessed at Evergreen Valley College only. EVC students are required to pay at the time of registration a Student Center Fee in the amount of $1 per unit up to a maximum of $5 per semester. The fee is non-refundable unless the student withdraws from all classes prior to the end of the 10th day of the term, or the District cancels all of the student's classes.
The Student Representation Fee is a $1 fee collected at registration.
Some classes require a material fee. Please check individual course offerings for the amount required.
Starting with Summer term all student parking permits will be purchased via
https://myweb.sjeccd.edu/ and not the Bookstores: Day and night permits, $45.00; motorcycle (required), $15.00; daily parking tickets, $3.00 per day. Paid parking is enforced Monday through Saturday. Permits and the daily parking tickets are good at both EVC and SJCC campuses. A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space; it merely gives the student the convenience of not buying daily permits.
Students who have the BOGW Fee Waiver will be charged a maximum of $25.00 for regular semester parking permits.
$45 for Fall or Spring Semester permit for automobiles
$25 for Fall or Spring Semester BOGFW recipients
$15 for Fall or Spring Semester for Motorcycle permit
$35 for Fall or Spring Carpool Semester permit
$8 for Summer Semester permit for Automobiles
$4 for Summer Semester permit for Motorcycles
$3 DAY permit
Nonresident and foreign students are required to pay enrollment fees as noted under "Enrollment Fees" in addition to nonresident tuition fees of $199.00 per unit. Personal checks are not accepted for tuition or fees.
All fees are payable in full by deadlines published in the Schedule and available online at
Petitioning for an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree and/or Certificate of Achievement is a free service for the students.
Link to General Petition form
Students having overdue library materials who do not return athletic equipment/uniforms, or have other outstanding book or other loans or fee balances, will have a hold placed on their records, and be unable to register or receive official transcripts..
A student is responsible for the clearance of all obligations at the college. A student who does not clear all obligations at the college will be denied further service by the college and the District, and outstanding balance information may be sent to Collections agencies.
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