$211 per semester unit + $46 enrollment fee per unit.
Capital outlay fee: $7 per unit.
As a nonresident you may be eligible to pay the $46 per unit fees just like California residents.
AB540 is a state law that exempts certain students who are not residents of California from paying non-resident tuition at California Community Colleges and California State Universities.
Students are eligible who meet all of the following requirements:
Complete a California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request form.
Porterville College will determine your eligibility.Contact Admissions and Records if you have questions.
$12.00 (Summer Semester $10.00) (Mandatory)
NOTE: Students who qualify in the following categories will be exempted from payment of the health fee:
$1 per unit for courses on main campus, maximum of $5 per fall and spring semester. No fee for summer session enrollment.
A semester parking permit is $20. Summer permit is $10. Parking permits not required on weekends. Visitor parking and handicapped parking is enforced at all times.
Students who have been admitted to the college may enroll in courses as auditors with the permission of the instructor and College President or designee, and subject to the following provisions:
Priority shall be given to students who wish to take the course for credit.
A student in a course shall not be permitted to change from audit to credit status nor from credit to audit.
The cost to audit a class is $15.00 per credit. (Students enrolled in 10 or more units will not be charged this fee.)
To receive the enrollment or tuition refund, a student must apply for the refund in the Office of Admissions and Records before the end of the second consecutive semester of non-attendance (Summer session is not considered a semester). Should the college cancel a class in which a student is enrolled and there is a reduction in units which results in a lower fee, the student should request a refund through the Office of Admissions and Records.
Health fee refunds will be credited to the student account when applicable, if all classes on the main campus are dropped and an enrollment fee credit is generated by the transaction. To receive the health fee refund, a student must apply for the refund in the Office of Admissions and Records before the end of the second consecutive semester of non-attendance. (Summer session is not considered a semester.)