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Tuition and Fees

Tuition

Fall and Spring Semesters 2018-2019

12-18 units $14,932
1-11 Units (per credit) $1,283
19+ Units (per credit) $452

Fall and Spring Semesters 2019-2020

12-18 units $15,380
1-11 Units (per credit) $1,322
19+ Units (per credit) $466

Student Support Fees

Student Services 2018-2019

12+ Units $345
5-11 Units $180
1-4 Units $91

Technology 2018-2019

12+ Units $425
5-11 Units $260
1-4 Units $150

Student Services 2019-2020

12+ Units $355
5-11 Units $185
1-4 Units $94

Technology 2019-2020

12+ Units $438
5-11 Units $268
1-4 Units $155

Apartment and Meal Plan Options

Freshman/Sophomore 2018-2019

19 meals.week $5,820

Juniors 2018-2019

19 Meals/Week $5,820
17 Meals/Week $5,670

Seniors 2018-2019

19 Meals/Week $5,820
17 Meals/Week $5,670
15 Meals/Week $5,593

Commuter Meal Plans 2018-2019

10 Meals/Week $1,780
5 Meals/Week $890

Freshman/Sophomore 2019-2020

19 meals.week $6,111

Juniors 2019-2020

19 Meals/Week $6,111
17 Meals/Week $5,954

Seniors 2019-2020

19 Meals/Week $6,111
$5,954
15 Meals/Week $5,873

Commuter Meal Plans 2019-2020

10 Meals/Week $1,869
5 Meals/Week $935

Other student fees

 First-Year Student Deposits 2018-2019

Housing (damage deposit & fee reconciliation) $250
Registration $250

Late Registration 2018-2019

(Returning Students only) $75

 First-Year Student Deposits 2019-2020

Housing (damage deposit & fee reconciliation) $250
Registration $250

Late Registration 2019-2020

(Returning Students only) $75

Non-Traditional Costs (APS Online, APS On-ground, TCP, Grad Program)

2018-2019

APS Courses (per unit) $452
TCP/MAT/MSL Courses (per unit) $570
APS Course Materials Fee (per unit) $33
MSL Course Material Fee (per unit) $33
MAT Course Materials Fee (per unit) $33
TCP Course Materials Fee $0
APS Program Fee (per unit) $25
TCP (per term) $295
MAT/MSL Fees (per credit) $55
Credit Prior Learning (per credit) $100
Audit Classes (per unit) $50
Special Class fees vary

 

2019-2020

APS Courses (per unit) $452
TCP/MAT/MSL Courses (per unit) $570
APS Course Materials Fee (per unit) $33
MSL Course Material Fee (per unit) $33
MAT Course Materials Fee (per unit) $33
TCP Course Materials Fee $0
APS Program Fee (per unit) $25
TCP (per term) $295
MAT/MSL Fees (per credit) $55
Credit Prior Learning (per credit) $100
Audit Classes (per unit) $50
Special Class fees vary

 

 

 

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