Los Angeles Valley College is your BEST DEAL in education!

At Los Angeles Valley College, California Residents pay only $46 per unit for classes. You can save thousands of dollars when you complete your lower division requirements at Los Angeles Valley College before transferring to a four-year institution. Valley College offers a variety of high-quality general education courses as other colleges and universities, but for a fraction of the price.

Here's what you can expect to pay at Los Angeles Valley College:

California Residents - $46 per unit (Effective July 1, 2012)

Non-resident students must also pay the per unit enrollment fee, in addition to the following non-resident tuition:

Students from another state - $332 per unit (Effective 2022-2023)

Students from another country (F1-VISA) - $332 per unit plus a $25 SEVIS fee (Effective 2022-2023)

Information on individuals who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition is available on the LAVC Business Office Web page.

Health Service Fee - $19 per semester (Fall or Spring); $16 per semester (Winter or Summer)

Audit Fee - $15 per unit

Student Representation Fee - optional $2 per semester

Associated Student Union Membership Fee - $10 per semester (Fall or Spring); $3 per semester (Winter or Summer).

Parking Fee - $20 per semester (Fall or Spring); $7 per semester (Winter or Summer). Parking permits are not required for student parking spaces for the Spring, Summer, and Fall 2022 sessions.

You can pay for your fees one of the following two ways:

Pay online through the Student Information System


Visit the LAVC Business Office in the Student Union

Note: Fees are also subject to change by the Legislature of the State of California


Don’t let the cost stop you from going to Valley College. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.

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