Fees and Expenses

2017-2018 Fees and Expenses

Enrollment Fee1 $46 per unit
International Student Tuition2 $245 per unit
Nonresident Tuition2 $245 per unit
Campus Service Fees
Class Pass Fee
Fall & Spring
Full-time $7
Fall & Spring
Part-time $6
Winter & Summer
Full-time $4
Winter & Summer
Part-time $3
Health Service Fee
Fall & Spring
$20
BOGW Students
$15
Winter & Summer
$17
BOGW Students
$12
Parking Fee
Fall & Spring
$53
Winter & Summer
$26
Student Representation Fee
Fall & Spring
$1
Student Service Fee
Fall & Spring
$15
Winter & Summer
$10
1

The enrollment fee is set by the California State Legislature.

2

Nonresident and international students are required to pay tuition and enrollment fees.

Class Pass Fee

The Class Pass Fee is a transportation fee voted on by students in Spring 2017. The Class Pass is a reusable electronic TAP sticker that lets Citrus College students ride Foothill Transit. It is accepted on all Foothill Transit Local and Silver Streak bus lines, which connects students to 22 cities in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys, including Downtown Los Angeles. Students enrolled full-time or part-time can get their Class Pass TAP sticker at the Hayden Memorial Library with their student ID. The pass is only available for students enrolled in credit courses. No waivers or exemptions are allowed.

Health Service Fee

The Health Services Fee is mandatory for both full-time and part-time students. The following students are exempt from payment of the fee:

  • Students who depend exclusively upon prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or organization. To receive an exemption, these students must present valid documentation of his or her membership in such a religion to the office of the vice president of student services.
  • Students who are attending Citrus College under an approved apprenticeship training program.
  • Online Education and Noncredit only students. However, these students may pay the fee and receive services from the Student Health Center.

Student Service Fee

The Student Service Fee supports campus activities such as athletics, clubs, cultural events, campus improvements, scholarships and other special programs and services that directly benefit students and campus life.

Students receive an ASCC sticker upon receipt of all payments. Stickers must be picked up from the Cashier in the Student Services Building. The accompanying flier lists the many benefits, services and discounts available to students who have paid the service fee and received a sticker. Because of the broad range of programs and services provided, all students are requested to pay the Student Service Fee.

Students may waive this fee prior to payment of classes by obtaining a waiver form from the Office of Student Life and Leadership Development, located in the Campus Center. Proof of registration is required. Students who waive the fee will become ineligible for the benefits associated with this fee, but not for any other student services. Students enrolled in only distance education classes or only enrolled in noncredit classes are not assessed the student service fee. However, these students may pay the fee and receive the benefits outlined above.

Student Representation Fee

The Student Representation Fee is a $1 mandatory fee to be used solely for advocacy purposes on behalf of students. A student may refuse to pay for political, religious, financial or moral reasons. Students desiring to waive this fee must submit a written statement justifying their refusal to pay. This waiver will be subject to approval by the Dean of Students’ office.

Instructional Materials Fee

A student may be charged this fee for instructional or other materials required for specific classes.These materials may include but are not limited to, textbooks, tools, equipment and clothing.

Student Financial Obligations

All fees must be paid prior to the rollout date to avoid being dropped from classes, including waitlisted classes. Fee payment schedules are included in the class schedules and online.

Citrus College will withhold grades, transcripts, degrees, registration privileges, or any combination thereof, from any student or former student who has failed to pay any financial obligation due to the college. Holds on a student’s record will be released when the debt obligation has been met. Debts must be paid in the form of cash or money order: a bank service charge or chargeback fee may apply.

Fee Refund Policy

In the case of an active or reserve military service member who receives orders compelling them to withdraw from Citrus College, a full refund shall be made upon verification of his or her orders.

Refunds of the enrollment fee and nonresident tuition fee shall be processed automatically for each class the student withdraws from by the posted refund deadline date for that class. The health fee and/or student service fee will be refunded automatically if the student withdraws from all of his/her classes by the posted refund deadline date for each class. Parking fees shall be refunded if the student withdraws from all of his/her classes by the posted refund deadline date for each class, brings proof of said withdrawal to Campus Safety, and returns the parking permit to Campus Safety.

Cancelled Classes

Classes may be cancelled at the discretion of the college. Students enrolled in a cancelled class may enroll in other open classes.

Students who have a class or classes cancelled by the college are eligible for a full refund of fees paid for those classes.