Standard Student Budgets
Financial Need: If you meet all of the eligibility criteria, the Financial Aid Office will calculate how much financial aid you are eligible to receive. This formula subtracts the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the estimated educational costs, called the Cost of Attendance. The dollar amount remaining is your financial need. Your need will be funded with various federal and state programs, plus any other resources for which you are eligible.
CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: Enrollment fees are $46.00 per unit with no maximum.
|Budget Allowances||With Parents||Off Campus||Less Than 1/2 Time||Distance Learning|
|Fees/Tuition (based on 14 units)**||$1,288||$1,288||$1,288||$1,288|
|Books and Supplies||$1,125||$1,125||$1,125||$1,125|
|Food and Housing 1||$9,081||$17,253||$0.00||$0.00|
**Fees/Tuition are subject to change
1 Includes food, snacks, meals on campus, rent, utilities, household supplies, etc.
2 Includes clothing, laundry, and dry cleaning, personal care, gifts, recreation, etc.
NON-RESIDENT: Students who are not a California resident, tuition costs are:
|Non-resident Fee:||$307.00 per unit (plus enrollment fees of $46 per unit)|
|*Arizona Resident Guest Agreement Fee:||$138.00 per unit (includes enrollment fees)|
These students will now pay Non-resident fees.
How is Financial Need Calculated?
Financial Need is calculated by subtracting the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the Cost of Attendance.
For example, a California Resident student living off-campus with an EFC of $500 will have a Financial Need of $24,008 for the 2021-2022 award year.