Costs, Fees, Refunds, Holds
Students are required to pay for their classes at the time of enrollment, but there are some options!
Where do I pay for my fees?
Fees may be paid:
- in person at Admissions & Records, Student Engagement Center, SEC 118
- online via your My Mission Portal
How do I pay for my fees?
We accept multiple modes of payment:
- Check - made payable to Mission College. Please note Student ID number.
- Credit Cards - MasterCard & Visa
Debit Cards - debit cards with MasterCard or Visa capability.
Help with Paying for College
California College Promise Grant waives enrollment fees and a portion of the parking permit charged to eligible California residents.
Financial aid takes on different forms.
- Grants: free money
- Work study: money earned through employment on cmapus
- Loans: money that has to be paid back with interest
- Scholarships: money received after being selected as a qualified applicant
More information about the Nelnet Campus Commerce (PDF)
Contact Nitha in Admissions: email@example.com or call (408) 855-5028
|2018-19||California Resident||Non-Resident or
|Registration Fee||$46 per unit
(same for all community colleges)
|$258 per unit
(same for all community colleges)
|Campus Center Fee||$1/unit
|ASG Representation Fee||$7/semester||same|
|SmartPass/EcoPass||$12/semester (12+ units)
$10.50/semester (up to 11 units)
$10.50/summer (all students)
|Health Services Fee||$20/semester
|Web Processing Fee||$3/semester||same|
|Course Audit Fee||$15 per unit||same|
Registration Fee: Mandatory registration fees are determined by the State and/or College's Board of Trustees and the fees must be paid by all students, immediately after registering, and for each term. Enrollment Fee = $46 per unit; Non-Resident Tuition = $258 per unit
Campus Center Fee: This fee supports the Campus Center and is assessed at $1 per unit (up to $5 max)
Associated Student Government (ASG) Membership/ID Card Fee: This $7 membership fee charged at the time of registration supports a variety of student services, activities, programs, scholarships, discounts, and it covers the initial cost of the ID card. Should a student choose not to be a member, the fee is refundable when requested by the "refund" deadline. ID cards and stickers are available for pick-up, in the Campus Center Lobby, using proof of enrollment and the students' photo I.D.
ASG Representation Fee: This $1.00 fee per semester is collected for the purpose of establishing a student representation fee. The proceeds support student government representatives stating their positions and viewpoints before city, county, and district government as well as offices and agencies of the state government. Should a student choose not to be represented, the fee is refundable when requested by the "refund" deadline.
SmartPass/EcoPass Fee: What is the required fee for the VTA SmartPass/Eco Pass Clipper Card? The VTA Eco Pass Clipper Card fee will be charged automatically upon student enrollment. All enrolled full-time students (12 units or more) will be charged up to $12.00 per semester (excluding Summer) and all part-time students (0.5 units – 11 units) will be charged up to $10.50 per semester (excluding Summer). The Summer session is one flat fee of $10.50. *Students that register for the Winter session ONLY will NOT have the option to receive the VTA Eco Pass Clipper Card and will not be charged this fee.
Course Audit Fee: The non-refundable fee for auditing is $15 per unit, payable at the Admissions and Records Office. A class that was officially audited cannot be granted credit. Please refer to the college catalog for Mission College's auditing policy. Course Audit Form.
Health Services Fee: The fee supports student health services, which provides care for on campus injury at Mission or the West Valley campus. Health Fee = $20 per semester; $17 for Summer Session.
Web Processing Fee: A one-time per semester non-refundable fee of $3 is assessed for the use of the My Mission Portal, and in-person credit card payment.
Fees for Services Table
|Copy of Class Schedule||$2 per request|
|Standard Official Transcripts||$6 each (first 2 transcripts are free)|
|Rush Transcripts||$20 each. $5 for each additional transcript ordered with initial rush order|
|Unofficial Transcripts||$2 per request|
|Duplicate Diploma||$10 per request|
|Nelnet payment play enrollment fee||$20 per semester (ACH & credit card)|
|Returned check fee*||$15 plus $5 for any returned payment|
|Web processing fee||$3 per semester|
If a check is returned by the bank, a hold will be placed on the student’s record in addition to a $15 fee, and students are expected to pay the fees within 10 business days. If the fees are not paid an additional $10 fee will be charged to the student record. The only acceptable forms of payment for these fees are cash, money order, or cashier’s check.
To be eligible for a refund of enrollment and other fees, students must drop classes by the published deadline.
Dropping classes after the published deadline will result in loss of enrollment fees. Adding classes after the refund deadline will require that new fees are paid. Refunds for ASB card, ASG Representation Fee, and Parking Permits are processed when the request is made at the Admissions & Records Office by the "last day to drop with a refund" deadline. Parking permit refunds require the return of the parking permit. Refunds for Credit Card payments will be returned to the student's credit card. Check and cash payments will be refunded by check and mailed to the student's current home address. It is important that we have a current postal address on file. (The refund process takes 4 to 6 weeks' time, for the check delivery.)
Enrollment fees for short-term classes will be refunded if students drop before 10% of the scheduled class meetings have elapsed. For short-term classes that meet five days or less, students must drop before the first class meeting, in order to receive a refund.
This exemption applies to the following:
- Iraqi citizens or nationals (and their spouses and children) who were employed by or on behalf of the United States Government in Iraq (Pub.L. No. 110-181, § 1244)
- Afghan and Iraqi translators (and their spouses and children) who worked directly with the United States Armed Forces (Pub.L. No. 109-163, § 1059)
- Afghanistan nationals who were employed by or on behalf of the U.S. government or in the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan (Pub.L. No. 111-8, § 602)
- Refugee students admitted to the United States under Section 1157 of Title 8 of the United States Code