All regular students are required to pay enrollment fees at the time of in-person registration. Registration fees made online or by phone are due by published deadlines (www.evc.edu - quick links section) or students may be dropped from coursework. Courses added after the first day of classes must be paid in full or dropped before the Census Day. California residents are charged $46 per unit. The California Legislature may revise enrollment fees at any time, and retroactively charge students already enrolled.
High school students attending classes part-time in the SJECCD will not be charged enrollment fees, but other fees may be required, such as parking, books, and materials. High school students attending full-time will be charged all fees per California state requirements.
California College Promise Grant (formerly BOG waiver)
Students may be eligible for a California College Promise Grant – CCPG. Please see the information in the Financial Aid section of this catalog.
Applications for the CCP Grant are available in the Office of Financial Aid or online at https://www.evc.edu/StudentAffairs/Documents/CA%20Promise%20Grant.pdf.
Parking Permits and Fees
Semester parking permits are $45 automobile / $15 motorcycle and are available for purchase online at https://MyWeb.sjeccd.edu. There are no refunds for parking permit purchases. If you are a Financial Aid student receiving a California College Promise Grant (CCPG), your parking discount will be automatically applied online. Every online purchase of a permit will include a temporary permit that can be printed and used immediately. Daily permits are $3 cash and are available from vending machines located in Student Parking Lots. Paid parking is enforced Monday through Saturday; parking without a permit or parking along Yerba Buena or San Felipe Roads may result in a parking ticket fine. Permits and daily parking tickets are good at both EVC and SJCC campuses. A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, but merely gives the student the convenience of not buying daily permits.
Students who receive a CCPG will only be required to pay $25 per term.
Transit Fee - VTA Eco Pass
Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) Eco Pass Clipper Card is here!
Effective Fall semester 2016, a personalized VTA Eco Pass Clipper Card (Eco Pass) became available to all registered Evergreen Community College students. This gives EVC students the opportunity to utilize affordable public transportation on the VTA Bus and VTA Light Rail systems. The Eco Pass can only be used on the VTA Bus and VTA Light Rail systems within Santa Clara County.
EVC Student ID cards are separate from the Eco Pass. Both cards are available at the Admissions and Records Office.
Students can receive the Eco Pass for each enrolled semester. If a student is enrolled for the Fall semester, the Eco Pass is valid for the Fall semester through Intersession. Students enrolled in the Spring semester have Eco Pass use through the Spring semester and Summer session.
The Eco Pass fee will be charged automatically upon student enrollment.
Students enrolled half-time or more (6.0 units or more): $11.00 per semester
Students enrolled less than half-time (less than 6.0 units): $6.50 per semester
Concurrent enrolled students may opt to purchase the Eco Pass at the same rate as regular students. For more information please visit: https://www.evc.edu/StudentAffairs/Documents/VTA-pass-faq.pdf
Student Health Services Fees
The District provides a Health Clinic to assist students (see Student Health Services for list of services provided and location).
The Health Services fee is $21 per semester, payable at the time of registration. The fee is non-refundable unless the student withdraws from all classes prior to the end of the 10th class day of the term, or the District cancels all of the student’s classes.
Mandatory Health Fee with the Following Exceptions:
- Concurrently enrolled high school students with an approved R-40 and R-42 form on file
- Indentured apprentices fulfilling related instruction requirements (with proper documentation required)
- Students who are dependent exclusively upon prayer for healing, in accordance with teachings of a bonafide religious sect, denomination, or organization (proper documentation required)
- Students enrolled only for classes meeting off-campus
- Students taking Friday evening, Saturday, or Sunday classes only
- Students taking only short-term classes which meet on campus seven times or less
- Waiver or refund of the AS Activity Fee or the Health Fee may be requested in the Office of Admissions & Records. These requests should be made during the beginning of each semester.
Note: Fees are subject to change by the Legislature.
Associated Students (AS) Fee
Funds collected from this $5 fee (optional/refundable) are used to support various educational, academic, cultural, athletic, social, recreational, and community activities including scholarships for students. Stickers are issued at the time of registration through Admissions and Records.
Student Representation Fee
The Student Representation Fee is a $2 nonrefundable fee collected at registration. This fee was approved by popular student vote. The fee ensures EVC students representation of every form of government. Concurrently enrolled high school students with an approved R-40 on file are exempt from paying this fee.
Many classes require a material fee. The rates vary by class. Please check individual course offerings for the amount required. Nursing courses are assigned substantial material fees. These fees must be paid prior to the beginning of the term in which the material will be provided.
Non-Resident/International Student Tuition
In addition to the $46 per unit registration fee paid by regular students, non-resident students and International Students are required to pay $288 per unit in tuition and a Capital Outlay fee of $2 per unit. Students in this classification are required to pay by cash, check, credit card or money order at the time of registration.
International Student Health Fee
For the 2020-21 academic school year, international students shall pay the international health fee for the Fall semester in the amount of $595.00 for coverage commencing on August 15 and for the Spring semester in the amount of $833.00 for coverage commencing on January 15. Students will continue to receive full coverage (12 months) without any gaps, and these dates best correspond to international students’ arrival and semester start dates. Each academic year, the fee will be adjusted based upon the negotiated rate with the insurance broker, Relation Insurance Services, and the students shall be charged accordingly.
- Verification of Enrollment
Upon written request to the Office of Admissions and Records, a student will receive an official verification of enrollment for courses taken at Evergreen Valley College only. Each official Verification of Enrollment at the college will be assessed a $4 fee.
Third-party agencies must request verifications through the National Student Clearinghouse at: www.studentsclearinghouse.org.
- General Education Certification
Upon written request, the Office of Admissions and Records will conduct a General Education Certification for a fee of $5.
Upon written request to the Office of Admissions and Records, students are provided with the first two copies of their official transcripts free of charge; thereafter, a fee of $4 per copy applies. Emergency transcripts are available at $10 per copy.
The college does not re-issue or certify copies of transcripts from other institutions for distribution. Transcripts must be ordered directly from the institution where the work was completed.
- Student ID Card Replacement Fee
Student Identification Cards are issued free at the time of registration in the Admissions and Records Office. The ID cards are used to access the College Library, Health Center, and other services. The ASB sticker is also placed on the ID card for access to special AS Services and discounts. Replacement photo ID cards cost $7 (non-refundable).
If the student has registered online, and all fees have been paid, the Student ID may be picked up at Admissions and Records.
- Students may access their registration schedules online at MyWeb.sjeccd.edu free of charge.
Payment Methods and Deadlines
- Payment When Registering
A person may pay in person or online. When registering in person fees will be due upon registration. Payments may be made by cash, check, traveler’s check, money order, or Visa/Master Card. Credit card payments may be made online at MyWeb.sjeccd.edu
(A $10 processing fee is charged for each returned check.)
- Payment Deadlines
Students are responsible for paying all fees by the published deadlines, and may be dropped for non-payment prior to the first day of the term. Note: If students are dropped for non-payment, they will be notified by letter from the college. Simply not showing up or not continuing to attend may result in an “F,” and Financial Aid Students may need to pay back some of the financial aid monies received.
- Payment When Adding Classes
When adding courses after the term begins, students will be held responsible for fees, even if they do not attend the classes for which they enroll. (Please also refer to guidelines for dropping classes to avoid fee penalties.)
- Fines And Holds
Library/Media: Students with overdue library materials will be charged a fine for the late return of materials. Until overdue materials are returned or their replacement cost paid, a hold will be placed on the student’s record and no access to registration or records will be available.
Failure To Clear Financial Obligations
A student is responsible for paying all financial obligations at the College. The College and the District will deny further services to a student who does not pay their fees by published deadlines.
Students with a “fee hold” cannot register for subsequent semesters, request a copy of transcripts or transfer I-20 records.
See also Board Policy 5030, Fees, Administrative Procedure 5030, Fees, and, Administrative Procedure 5031, Instructional Materials.