|Auditor Fee||$15.00 per unit|
|Convenience Fee||$2.00||Applies to Internet registration transactions only.|
|Enrollment Fee||$46.00 per unit||Subject to change by California State Legislature.|
$140.00 all 4 subjects/ $35.00 per subject
Summer 2023 $21, Fall 2023 $24, Spring 2024 $25
|Capital Outlay||$2.00 per unit (in addition to enrollment fee and non-resident tuition)||
Subject to change by California State Legislature. Any student who can demonstrate economic hardship, or who is a victim of persecution or discrimination in the country in which the student is a citizen and resident, is exempt from this fee.
Economic Hardship defined: Economic hardship may include loss of financial assistance or sponsorship, substantial fluctuations in the value of currency or exchange rate, unexpected changes in the financial condition of a student’s source of support, or other substantial and unexpected changes in income or expenses. This shall include the financial circumstances of a person who is a recipient of benefits under the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families Program, the Supplemental Income/State Supplementary Program, or a general assistance program.
|Non-resident Tuition||$414.00 per unit|
|Student Photo Identification Fee||$5.00|
|Student Representation Fee||$2.00||
$1 supports the local advocacy and $1 is remitted to the state and supports statewide advocacy
|Student Center Fee||One dollar ($1) per unit, not to exceed ten dollars ($10) per fiscal year. This may be required of all students attending community college where the centers are located. This requirement shall not apply to students enrolled in non-credit classes or those enrolled in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program, the Supplemental Security Income/State Supplementary Program or the General Assistance Program.|
|Student Transportation Fee||This may be required of all students attending community college where the centers are located. One dollar ($1) per unit, not to exceed ten dollars ($10) per semester and five dollars ($5) for the summer term.|
Santa Rosa Junior College waives the Transcript Fee for official transcripts for the first two ever ordered. Subsequent transcripts are $5.00 each. (Processing and Delivery fees of $3.50-$4.85 per transcript will apply to all orders). Pick up service is available for an additional $5.00. Transcript requests are typically processed in 3-5 business days.
Unofficial transcripts may be obtained via the Student Portal (www.santarosa.edu/portal) or in-person with a photo ID at no charge. Unofficial Transcripts are not available for records prior to Fall 1981. For records prior to Fall 1981, you will have to order an Official Transcript.To request your official SRJC transcript go to: https://admissions.santarosa.edu/transcripts
|Degree/Certificate Verification Fee||$17.95 each||Note: It is recommended that students request an official transcript instead of a degree verification when obtaining official proof of completing a degree or certificate.|
|Enrollment Verification Fee||Free via the online student portal.|
Before registering for classes, students must clear any prior semester debts/payments to the College at the Accounting Office or online with a credit card at www.santarosa.edu/portal.
Enrollment Fees: All students are required by state regulations to pay an enrollment fee. For information about fee waivers, deferments and grants related to this fee please visit: https://financialaid.santarosa.edu/
Non-Resident and International Student Tuition: A California resident is one who has established legal residence for one year prior to the first day of instruction. Students who are residents of other states wishing to change their residency must show intent to remain. Just being present does not prove intent. Reasonable evidence of permanent stay in California determines state residency. Such as: local voter registration, employment verification, DMV documentation, state income tax and other proof of California residency. The State of California requires all Non-Resident students and International Students to pay the non-resident fee per unit AND capital outlay fee per unit in addition to the enrollment fee.
Note: AB540/SB68, Exemption from Non-Resident Tuition for certain eligible California high school graduates. For more details, refer to the Admissions homepage on the SRJC website: https://admissions.santarosa.edu/ab540sb-68-nonresident-tuition-exemption.
Health Services Fee: SRJC charges a fee to support the operation of Health Services. This is a state-mandated fee with waivers for students who depend exclusively on prayer for healing, approved apprenticeship and audit students, incarcerated students, and students enrolled in only “0” unit courses. All students enrolled in credit courses will be required to pay the health fee, including students qualifying for BOG fee waivers.
Student Transportation Fee: The Student Transportation Fee is collected to reduce or eliminate transit fares for services provided by common carriers or municipally-owned transit systems; this could include Sonoma County Transit, Santa Rosa CityBus, Petaluma Transit and the SMART Train. This fee does not apply to students enrolled in non-credit classes or those enrolled in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program, the Supplemental Security Income/State Supplementary Program or the General Assistance Program.
Student Representation Fee: The Student Representation Fee provides support for student representatives who state positions and viewpoints before city, county, and district governments and before offices and agencies of the state and federal government. Students may opt-out of paying the Student Representation Fee for religious, political, financial, or moral reasons.
Procedure 5.4P, Revised November 2013