Below are the tuition and fees for attending Cuyamaca College. A typical full-term semester at Cuyamaca College is 12 semester units.
|Enrollment Fee (mandatory)||$46/unit|
|International / Non-Resident Enrollment Fee
* Exemptions from paying nonresident tuition's below
|Health Fee (mandatory)||
$20 Fall & Spring, $17 Summer
|Student Center Construction Fee * (mandatory)||$1/unit (max $5)|
|Student Representation Fee (mandatory)||$1|
|Parking Permit (one semester)||$40 Fall & Spring, $18 Summer|
|Parking Permit (one day)||$2|
|Student Benefit CoyoteCard *||
$12 Fall & Spring
* Student Center Construction Fee is not mandatory for the summer session.
* Exemptions from Paying Nonresident Tuition's:
Education Code section 68075.6 grants an immediate nonresident tuition exemption to eligible Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders & refugee students who settle in California upon entering the United States. This exemption is granted for one year from the date the student settled in California upon entering the US. This exemption applies to the following:
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.
Take a look at the chart below to see how much Cuyamaca College compares to other
universities in the local area (for one year equivalent education):
|Institution||Application Fee||Tuition & Fees||Parking Fee||Total Cost|
*Fees & estimated costs are subject to change.