2021-2022 Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

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 Months Budget Based on Full-Time Attendance*

Living Arrangement:
Living at Home
Per Term
Living at Home
Living Away from Home
Per Term
Living Away from Home
Enrollment Fees
$643 $1286 $643 $1286
Room & Board
$4541 $9081 $9297 $18594
Books & Supplies
$986 $1972 $986 $1972
$567 $1134 $639 $1278
Personal Expenses
$1782 $3564 $1998 $3996
Student Center Fee
- $10 - $10
Total Resident Cost





Non-Resident Fees**
$4455 $8910 $4455 $8910
Total Non-Resident Cost





*Estimated tuition and fees are based on an average of 13.5 units per academic term (fall/spring). Current fees are $46 per unit, plus a $22 Student Health Fee each academic term.
**Non-resident/out-of-state tuition fees are $265 per unit, plus a Capital Outlay of $65 per unit.

  • For further information regarding the breakdown of tuition and fees, including a list of parking permit fees, visit the SRJC Accounting website.

  • The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) 2021-2022 Student Expense Budget Chart was used for Room & Board, Books & Supplies, Transportation, and Personal Expenses using an average of 14 units per academic term.

  • Students eligible for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) will have the $46 per unit enrollment fee waive. Fees may change based on action taken by the governor and the state legislature.

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