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Important Dates for Fall 2015

  • 8/06/15 - Payment Deadline for Drop of Non-Payment of Registration Fees 

  • 8/17/15 - Regular Day and Evening Classes Begin

  • 8/28/15 - Last day to drop semester length courses for a refund and no "W" 

  • 10/9/15 - Last Day to Apply for Fall 2015 Degree/Certificate

Fall 2015 Academic Calendar

Registration July 13 - August 16
Last Day to Pay for Registration August 6
Professional Development - Organizational Meetings August 10 - 14
Regular Day & Evening Classes Begin August 17
Program Adjustment August 17 - August 28
Census Day (Semester length Classes) August 31
Holiday (Labor Day) September 7*
Last Day to Apply for P/NP Semester Length Classes September 18
Last Day to Apply for Fall 2015 Degree/Certificate October 9
End of First 8-Week Session October 10
Second 8 - Week Session Begins October 12
Last Day to Drop Semester Length Classes November 6
Holiday (Veterans' Day Observed) November 11 (Wednesday)*
Holiday (Thanksgiving) November 26, 27, 28*
End of Second 8-Week Session Monday, December 7
Final Examinations December 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14
Close of Fall Semester December 14
Winter Recess December 15 - January 22
Instructor Grade Deadline December 17
CSEA Recognition Day December 23
College and District Offices Closed December 24 - January 1*

*College and District Offices Closed

Academic Calendar

Academic Deadlines

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Who May Attend

  • Legal residents of the state of California who possess a high school diploma or equivalent or are 18 years of age or older and have the ability to benefit may attend Cuyamaca College.
  • High school students who have completed the 10th grade, and are at least 14 years of age at the opening day of the session, may attend with approval of the appropriate high school official, the appropriate college official and the student's parent. Click this link for more information.
  • Nonresidents may attend by paying the established nonresident tuition, enrollment, health services and student center construction fees. To obtain resident status, a student must establish both physical presence and intent in California for more than one year immediately preceding the residence determination date for a term.

How Do I Enroll?

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What Does It Cost

Enrollment Fee (mandatory) $ 46.00/unit
International/Non-Resident Enrollment Fee (mandatory)  $193.00/unit  Please note: this fee will increase to $200.00/unit beginning Fall 2015.
Health Fee (mandatory) $ 18.00
$ 11.00 - Summer
Student Center Construction Fee (mandatory) * $ 1.00/unit (max $5.00)
Student Representation Fee (mandatory) $ 1.00
Parking Permit (One Semester) $ 40.00 ($ 18.00 for Summer Term)
Parking Permit (One Day) $ 2.00
Student Benefit CoyoteCard * $ 12.00

* Student Center Construction Fee and Student Benefit Card are not available for the summer session.

Low-income California residents may have their fees waived. It is recommended that full-time students budget approximately $750 per semester or $375 for summer for books and supplies.

Students attending both Cuyamaca and Grossmont Colleges pay parking fees on ONE CAMPUS only. Enrollment fees for these students are calculated on a district basis.

Last Updated: 08/11/2015

Office Location

Admissions and Records
One-Stop Center
Room A-300

Office Hours
Mon 8am 6pm
Tue 8am 5pm
Wed 8am 5pm
Thu 8am 5pm
Fri 9am 1pm


Contact Us

Phone: (619) 660-4275

Fax: (619) 660-4575


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  • Cuyamaca
A Member of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District