Tuition & Fees

The following applies to all students at our Woodland Campus, Lake County Campus, and Colusa County Campus.

Fee Amount Required of
Enrollment Fee $46 per unit
Fees are set by the State of CA.
Subject to change. Students will be billed if fees are increased.
All students, except those eligible for a California College Promise Grant (CCPG) formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver
Student Health Fee $10 per semester All students. High school dual enrolled students exempt.
Non-Resident Tuition $295 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee

Fee will increase to $295 effective Fall 2023.

All non-resident students (from another state)
International Student Tuition Currently not accepting international students. All non-resident students (from another country)
Parking Decals $40 per semester or
$2 per day.
$20 per Summer Semester
(CCPG= $20 per semester)
Motorcycles: $15 per semester
All vehicles using campus facilities must display a valid permit.
Other Fees Cost Varies. Books, Transportation, Program-specific Expenses, Living Expenses All students. Some programs have additional required expenses. See below.

Tuition & Fees Details

All fees are subject to change based on state budget adjustments. Additional fees may be added at a later date, subject to approval by the Yuba Community College District Board of Trustees.

State Mandated Enrollment Fee

All students (unless at the time of registration they qualify for exemption* under State mandates) are subject to an Enrollment Fee ($46 per unit). These fees are established by the State legislature and are determined at the time of enrollment by the student’s unit load.

*Exemptions: State regulations provide the following three programs to help eligible low income students with California residence status to have the Enrollment Fee waived.

  • California College Promise Grant (CCPG) formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver A. For any student who, at the time of registration, is a recipient of (1) TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families); (2) SSI/SSP (Supplementary Security Income/State Supplementary Program); (3) General Assistance/General Relief Program; or (4) The California Department of Veteran Affairs or the National Guard Adjutant General’s Certification of Eligibility for a dependent’s fee waiver.
  • California College Promise Grant (CCPG) formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver B. For low income students who meet eligibility requirements.
  • California College Promise Grant (CCPG) formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver C. For low income students who qualify for Financial Aid.

Prior to registration, students in any of these categories should obtain the appropriate application materials from the Financial Aid Office for exemptions.

Nonresident Tuition/foreign Student Tuition Fee

Students who have not established California residency in accordance with state regulations (see Residency Requirements section), will be required to pay the Nonresident Tuition Fee of $265.00 per unit. Students who are both citizens and residents of a foreign country are required to pay $265.00 per unit. These fees are in addition to the enrollment fees.

Student Services Health Fee

All students are required to pay a Student Services Health Fee each semester and summer session.  Dual enrollment/high school students are exempt from this fee.

Fees for Parking Decals

All vehicles that park within the Yuba Community College District will need a parking decal. The cost is $40 per semester; $20 for summer session. As an option, students and part-time staff may purchase a $2 daily parking pass in lieu of a semester decal. Those who have a Motorcycle can purchase a $15 per semester decal. The Parking Fee covers day and evening campus attendance.

The $40 decal is nonrefundable after the fourteenth calendar day of the full-semester. The $20 decal is nonrefundable after the first ten percent of classes for short-term classes. The $2 decals are nonrefundable.

Other Fees (Books, Program-specific Expenses, Transportation, Living Expenses)

All students should be prepared to purchase their own books and parking decals.  Books are sold at the campus bookstore or online bookstore. Parking decals can be purchased online through Self-Service.  Direct school expenses for the entire year, including books, will average $600 to $700 for students living at home; book costs for pre-professional students (such as medicine) will run somewhat higher.

Students in some health-care courses and programs (such as EMT, Nursing, Nursing Assistant, Radiologic Technology, and Public Safety) are required to purchase drug testing and other related charges.  These must be paid for at the time of enrollment. The California College Promise Grant (CCPG) formerly known as the BOG Fee Waiver does not cover these charges.