Tuition and Fees
The nine month program consists of two semesters of 18 units each (36 total for the year).
All students pay enrollment fees (per unit), a health fee, a student representation fee, and a student center fee. Out-of-state/non-resident/international students pay non-resident tuition fees in addition to enrollment fees. If you have any questions about the total cost, please visit the Mendocino College fees page to ascertain the current fees: https://www.mendocino.edu/admissions/registration/fees
In order to claim California residency for tuition purposes you will need to provide proof that you have resided in the state for at least one year prior to attending. For information regarding this please visit the https://www.mendocino.edu/admissions.
General financial aid and scholarship information is available online:
The Krenov Foundation is a non-profit foundation whose mission is to continue the legacy of James Krenov, his values, approach to woodworking, and teaching. They are also dedicated to the art and craft of fine woodworking, and offer several scholarships to incoming students, both first and second years.
Application for these scholarship should be made alongside applying to the Program. The closing date for scholarship applications is March 31.
The following is a list of scholarships that were offered last year. This will be similar hopefully, but there will surely be some changes.
- Jack Romine. $5000 to an incoming first year student.
- Smith-Sorenson Scholarship. $2500 to an incoming first year student. $2500 to an incoming second year student.
- David Welter Scholarship. $3000 to an incoming second year student.
- Burns-Budlong Scholarship. $2500 to an incoming first year student. $2500 to an incoming second year student.
- Peter Mich Award. $3500 to an incoming first year student. $3500 to an incoming second year student. Women only are eligible for this award.
- Lie-Nielsen Year 1 or 2 $2,500
- Woodcraft Year 1 or 2 $1,000
If you are interested in applying for Krenov Foundation Scholarships, visit https://www.thekrenovfoundation.org/scholarships-1 to download the application.
There are also scholarships available from the Mendocino Foundation, but for various reasons, their application deadline (early March) occurs before you would even apply to our program. In order to be eligible for those funds, you would need to apply early to become a student of Mendocino College, which is separate from applying to our program. Go here to do this: https://www.mendocino.edu/admissions This will allow you to apply for scholarships for the upcoming Fall semester. Go here for more information https://www.mendocino.edu/student-services/financial-aid/scholarships or https://mendocinocollege.awardspring.com/ to apply. If you are then awarded a scholarship, but do not make it into our program, the money will be passed on to other students. Contact Eliza Fields, Scholarship Coordinator at (707) 467-1018 or email@example.com for more information.