City College At A Glance
All high school graduates and anyone 18 years of age or older, with or without a high school diploma or the equivalent, are eligible for admission. Individuals under the age of 18 who possess a high school diploma or the equivalent are also eligible for admission. Students concurrently enrolled in high school may be admitted by special permission.
COST FOR CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS
Credit courses are now just $46 per unit. There is also a $17 health fee per semester for credit students only. This applies to all California residents. Health fee is subject to change by the State Legislature.
COST FOR NON-CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS
Nonresident Tuition is $211 per semester unit plus $46 enrollment fee per semester unit. There is also a $17 health fee per semester.
HOW TO ENROLL IN CREDIT COURSES
New and readmitted students must complete and submit a credit admissions application form available online at Credit Admission.
BEFORE YOU REGISTER:
• Learn about your skill level in English and Math through our assessment service;
• Attend an orientation to hear about support services;
• Meet with a counselor to select your courses;
• Find out if you qualify for an exemption to the matriculation process:
HOW TO ENROLL IN NONCREDIT COURSES
Courses in Noncredit Programs are free of charge (no enrollment fee). For information on how to enroll in noncredit courses, click How To Enroll In Free Non-Credit Classes.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use public transit. Click here for Parking Regulations.
City College services include a bookstore, cafeteria, health center, tutoring center, career and transfer center, counseling, financial aid, veterans’ services, library/learning resource center, student government offices, campus police, disabled students programs and more.