Tuition and Fees
Tuition & Enrollment Fee:
Tuition and Enrollment Fees are assigned according to a student's residency status and enrollment type, which is determined upon receipt of the Admissions Application.
California Residents: $46 per unit
Non-California Residents: $312 per unit
Oregon Exchange Students: $119 per unit
International Students: $312 per unit
High School Students: $0 per unit
Audit Fee*: $15 per unit
*The Audit Fee is reserved for students requesting to audit a class in which no grade is issued.
Student Services Fee:
The Student Services Fee is charged to a student's account for each semester they enroll in coursework and includes the Health Fee, Associated Students of CR (ASCR) Activity and Representation Fee and Technology Fee.
A student may request to waive the optional ASCR Activity and Representation Fee and/or the Technology Fee by submitting the Request to Waive Optional Fees to the Cashier's Office prior to the start of each semester. If a student waives the ASCR Activity and Representation Fee, they are not permitted to join or participate in any student clubs or receive or participate in representation from the local and state student body.
A student may request to waive the Health Fee if that student depends exclusively upon prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or organization by submitting a signed affidavit to the Cashier prior to the start of the semester.
Health Fee: $20 per semester - Fall/Spring ($17 Summer) Eureka & Online
$7 per Semester - Fall/Spring/Summer Del Norte & Klamath-Trinity
ASCR Fee: $12 per semester - Fall/Spring/Summer All Campuses
Technology Fee: $10 per semester - Fall/Spring/Summer All Campuses
Instructional Materials Fee:
Certain courses have an associated Instructional Materials Fee because some of the required materials are provided to the student. This fee varies depending on the course.
Parking enforcement is handled through the Public Safety Department.
Parking on the Eureka campus is by permit only. Parking at all other instructional locations is currently free.
Daily Permits can be purchased at one of the kiosks located throughout the parking lots at the Eureka campus.
Semester, Annual and Summer Session Permits can be purchased online through MyCampusPermit.com/Redwoods. Students are required to use their @mycr.redwoods.edu Email address when purchasing a parking permit.
Annual $73.00 $37.00
One Semester $46.00 $23.00
Summer Session $17.00 $10.00
One-Day $2.00 $2.00
Replacement Permits: $7.00
*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.
Official Transcripts Fee:
Official transcripts can be ordered via WebAdvisor or through the Transcript Ordering Service.
Students receive their first two official transcripts free of charge when placing a Standard Request.
After receiving two official transcripts free of charge, a fee for official transcripts is applied.
$8 Standard Request
$15 Rush Request
$23 Domestic Federal Express to main 48 states
$30 Domestic Federal Express to Alaska or Hawaii
$53 International Federal Express
Financial Aid Programs & Services:
Students may use their financial aid awards to help pay for the costs of attending College of the Redwoods.
Students are strongly encouraged to Apply for Financial Aid.
View the Types of Financial Aid available to students at College of the Redwoods for more information.
Students can make payments online via their WebAdvisor account.
Payments can be made in full or payments can be deducted monthly by entering into the NBS Payment Plan.
Consequences of Non-payment:
Students with an unpaid balance on their account risk being dropped from their courses prior to the start of each Semester.
Please review our Drop for Non-payment webpage for detailed information.
Student accounts with unpaid debt to College of the Redwoods are prohibited from registration until their balance has been paid in full.
Student accounts with unpaid debt to College of the Redwoods become delinquent after 120 days and are subject to the account collections process.
Tuition and Enrollment Fees will only be refunded if the student drops the full-semester length class by the Friday of the end of the second week of the Fall or Spring Semester.
Refund deadlines for summer classes vary by class length.
The Student Services Fee will not be refunded after the semester begins.
Students must request their refund from the Cashier's Office at (707) 476-4126.
A refund processing fee of $10.00 may be deducted before the refund is issued.