The expenses listed below are estimated costs for attending Santa Rosa Junior College and are intended to give you a general idea about the cost of attendance as a full-time student attending both the fall and spring semesters.
9 Month Budget Based on Full-Time Attendance*
|Living Arrangement||Living at Home||Living On Campus||Off Campus|
|Per Term||Yearly||Per Term||Yearly||Per Term||Yearly|
|Resident Enrollment Fees||$621||$1,242||$621||$1,242||$621||$1,242|
|Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment||$649||$1,298||$649||$1,298||$649||$1,298|
|Miscellaneous personal expenses||$1,929||$3,858||$1,582||$3,164||$2,367||$4,734|
|Mandatory Fees **||$38||$76||$38||$76||$38||$76|
|Total Resident Cost||$9,893||$19,786||$13,188||$26,376||$15,312||$30,624|
|Total Non-Resident Cost||$14,510||$29,020||$17,805||$35,610||$19,929||$39,858|
* Costs reflect California resident and non-resident estimated cost of attendance for fall and spring only. Current fees are $46 per unit each academic term. Estimated enrollment fees (tuition) are based on an average of 13.5 units per academic term (fall/spring).
** Health Services, Student Representation, Student Center, and Student Transportation fees.
*** Non-resident/out-of-state tuition fees are $414 per unit, plus Capital Outlay of $2 per unit.
For further information regarding the breakdown of enrollment fees and other mandatory fees, including a list of parking permit fees, visit SRJC Accounting -- https://accounting.santarosa.edu/tuition-and-fees
The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) 2023-2024 Student Expense Budget Chart was used for Living expenses, Books, course materials, supplies and equipment, Transportation, and Miscellaneous personal expenses for full-time students adjusted to the local 12-month average CPI from -- https://www.bls.gov/regions/west/news-release/consumerpriceindex_west.htm
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