California residents attend Citrus College tuition-free and pay enrollment and incidental fees only.
Nonresidents are required to pay the additional per unit nonresident tuition.
International Students are required to pay additional per unit international student tuition.

The enrollment fee is established by the legislature and is subject to change. The tuition amount to be assessed nonresidents and international students for the next academic year (beginning with the summer term) is established in January by the Board of Trustees.

 

California Resident
Fall 2014 Semester Summer 2014 Session
Enrollment Fee $46.00 per unit
$46.00 per unit waived/BOG Student
$46.00 per unit
$46.00 per unit waived/BOG Student
Health Service Fee $19.00
$14.00 BOG Student
$16.00
$11.00 BOG Student
Parking Fee
No parking permit grace period.
$51.00
$30.00 BOG Student
$26.00
Student Service Fee $15.00 $10.00
Student Representation Fee $1.00 $0

 

Nonresident
International Student Tuition $207.00 per unit
(International students are required to pay tuition for each unit in addition to the above fees.)
Nonresident Tuition $207.00 per unit
(Nonresident students are required to pay tuition for each unit in addition to the above fees.)

All fees and tuition are due at the time of registration.
See Bursar/Cashier website for payment information.

Health Service Fee
The Health Service Fee may be waived only by those student whose religious beliefs require that they rely solely on prayer for healing and for students enrolled in an approved apprenticeship training program. Student can petition to waive the Health Service Fee by picking up a Health Services Fee Petition Waiver form at any of the Student Service Offices. The form must be complete and submitted with documentation to the Office of Student Affairs. This fee is reduced for students whose enrollment fees are paid by BOGW.

Student Service Fee
The Student Service Fee may be waived prior to payment by obtaining a waiver from the Student Affairs Office. This form must be taken to the Cashier on the first floor of the Student Services Building. Once the fee has been waived, you will be able to pay your bill.

Waiving or receiving a refund of the Student Services Fee makes a student ineligible for the benefits associated with this fee.

Student Representation Fee
The $1 Student Representation Fee is to be used solely by the Associated Students of Citrus College to advocate and lobby for legislative issues that affect and benefit community colleges and community college students. The student may, for religious, political, financial, or moral reasons refuse to pay this fee by completing the Student Representation Fee Waiver Form each semester and submitting it to the Office of Student Life (CC) prior to paying for classes and completing the registration process. Waiver requests are subject to approval by the Dean of Students or designee. This fee is non-refundable.

Financial Assistance
A variety of state and federal financial assistance programs are available to students enrolling at Citrus.

Parking Permits
Permits are required for all on-campus parking. Visitors who attend events which are not regularly scheduled, but are campus-sponsored, will be need to purchase a daily parking permit for $5.00 either at the Campus Safety building, located at the Citrus Avenue entrance, or at an Automated Pay Station in parking lots S1, S2, S3, S4, and S8.

The Department of Campus Safety is pleased to introduce iParq - https://citruscollege.thepermitstore.com/purchase.php -  an online tool that will allow students to conveniently purchase their parking pass online. iParq eliminates waiting in line to purchase a parking pass. After students complete their purchase, they will receive a temporary parking pass to use until they receive their permanent pass in the mail.

Note: 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 to the college (e.g. returned check, unpaid registration fee, etc.). Any hold on a student's record will be released when the student satisfactorily meets his or her debt obligation. Debts must be paid in the form of cash or money order, and a bank service charge will be added to the amount due.