Note: Additional information about these fees, as well as a listing of persons who may be exempt from paying the fees listed below, may be found in Board of Trustees Policy 5030 and Administrative Policy 5030 . Additionally, page 14 of the 2013-14 Catalog contains information regarding refunds: Catalog
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Although (by definition) there is no “tuition” for California residents, there are still certain fees that residents are expected to pay as a condition of enrollment. These fees are:
Students needing financial assistance may visit the Financial Aid Website for more information.
(Fees Required as a Condition of Enrollment at the College)
Students who have not been legal residents of the state of California for at least one year immediately preceding the beginning of the term in which they wish to enroll will be required to pay non-resident tuition. At this time the rates that non-residents will be expected to pay as a condition of enrollment are:
Non-Residents Participating in the Oregon Exchange Program
The college has entered into agreements with three Oregon colleges to provide for a reciprocal exchange between institutions that are located in two different states but that are still geographically close to one another. The intent of this program is to be able to offer academic programs to students that may not be available at their own college. These colleges are:
Students attending CR under the auspices of one of these agreements are obligated to pay the following fees:
A mandatory health services fee will be charged as indicated above.
The following exemption to this fee is available:
Requests for this exemption are made by petition to the Admissions and Records Office (Eureka campus) and/or to the Dean at the Del Norte or Mendocino Coast campuses.
Student Activity Fee
Students pay a student activity fee of $10.00. This fee supports the Associated Students of College of the Redwoods (ASCR) social, educational, recreational, and athletic activities and programs on each campus.
This fee is automatically added to the billing. Students may contact the Business Office to request a refund if they want to opt out of paying the fee. This request must be made before the term begins.
Students pay a technology fee of $10.00 that goes towards supplying computers and software for student use. Students may contact the Business Office to request a refund if they want to opt out of paying the fee. This request must be made before the term begins.
Because the college is considered a tenant at the Klamath-Trinity Instructional Site, parking at this location is currently free of charge. Additionally, parking at Del Norte and Mendocino campuses is free.
Parking on the Eureka campus, however, is by permit only. Semester or annual permits may be purchased at each of these sites according to the following schedule:
Annual (August to August) Permit $65.00
Fall or Spring Semester $40.00
Summer Session $15.00
One-day Permit $2.00
Annual (August to August) Permit $33.00
Fall or Spring Semester $20.00
Summer Session $8.00
One-day Permit $2.00
Replacement permit: $5.00
Available at vending machines located throughout the parking areas or at the following link :
Parking Permit (PDF). This form will need to be printed out, filled out and taken to the Bookstore for payment of the fee.
*If an Automobile/Truck permit is purchased, and a motorcycle is the individual’s second vehicle, a second permit will be issued at no additional charge.
PLEASE Note: Refunds (if applicable) are made only to the person who originally paid the fee.
Students can view and print their "unofficial" transcript view their own copy via WebAdvisor. Students can request an “official” transcript via WebAdvisor.
The first two transcripts that are requested are free of charge.
If you have classes prior to 1986, these may take up to 30 days to process.
Transcripts may be requested by clicking here.