Financial Expenditures


Legal residents of the State of California are required to pay a nominal enrollment fee. Non-resident students are required by state law to pay non-resident tuition fees. Consult the Los Angeles City College Admissions and Records page for current fee schedules. Fees are subject to change per the state legislature. In addition, students may expect fees and expenses during the length of the program:

FEES (per semester)

1. Enrollment fee See current class schedule
2. Associated Student Body Membership (optional) $ 7.00
3. Health Fee $ 11.00
4. Parking fee (optional) $ 27.00


Financial aid is monies made available by federal and state governments and private sources in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and employment. These monies are available to make it possible for students to continue their education beyond high school even if they and their family cannot meet the full cost of the post secondary school they choose to attend. The basis for such programs is the belief that parents have the primary responsibility of assisting their dependents to meet educational cost and that financial aid is available only to fill the gap between a family's contribution and the student's yearly academic expenses. Data and regulations governing student financial aid may be subject to change. For further information, refer to the Los Angeles City College Catalog.


Los Angeles City College does not provide housing facilities. However, there are many apartment houses available for rent/lease in the immediate vicinity. The Student Assistance Center on campus provides active files of available housing.


Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the campus and the clinical education centers.