Campuses may implement one of four summer tuition schedules for a state-supported summer term. Summer term tuition is based on the preceding spring term tuition rates. Tuition rate increases are effective at the beginning of the fall term. Campuses are reminded that summer tuition revenues will continue to be calculated based on the standard tuition schedule, regardless of the summer schedule adopted by the campus. Students are advised to consult Campus Summer Term Course Catalogs to determine the tuition schedule in use on their campus.
Option #1 - Summer Term 2018 - Standard Tuition Schedule
Option #1 is the standard tuition schedule and is the same as the tuition schedule that applies during the academic year on a per term basis. The standard tuition also establishes the maximum tuition that cannot be exceeded if a campus utilizes Option #2, #3 or #4.
Option #2 - Summer Term 2018 - Per Unit Summer Term Tuition
Option #2 allows campuses to implement a per unit tuition schedule. If a campus utilizes the per unit tuition schedule, the maximum that a student may be charged is the standard tuition specified in Option #1.
Option #3 - Summer Term 2018 - Hybrid Tuition Schedule
Option #3 allows a campus to charge the standard tuition per term for students enrolled in up to 8.0 units. For students enrolled in more than 8.0 units, option #3 allows a campus to charge the standard tuition per term up to 8.0 units, plus the per unit summer tuition for the number of units in excess of 8.0. The maximum tuition that a student may be charged is the standard tuition specified in Option #1.
Option #4 - Summer Term 2018 - Adjusted Tier Tuition Schedule for Quarter Calendar Campuses
Option #4 allows quarter-calendar campuses to increase the number of units in which their students can be enrolled at the lower tier of the tuition.
View 10-year Summer Tuition Rate History (PDF)