For the academic year 2018-2019, California residents (with residency documentation dated one year prior to the opening day of classes), the enrollment fees for one semester are $844 ($46 per unit for 18 units plus a $10 Health fee, $1 student representation fee, and a $5 Student Body fee – totaling $16). Non-residents pay an additional $258 non resident fee per unit for a total of $5488 per semester. An additional materials fee to cover miscellaneous items will also be charged. This fee has yet to be determined, but will likely be less than $100 per semester. While we try to keep this information as accurate as possible, it is not always up to date. We strongly suggest you visit the admissions site at https://www.mendocino.edu/admissions/registration/fees to verify the costs of attending our program.
General financial aid and scholarship information is available online:
The Krenov Foundation, a non-profit foundation dedicated to the art and craft of fine woodworking, offers several scholarships to incoming students, both first and second years.
Application for the scholarship should be made alongside applying for the Program. The closing date for scholarship applications is March 31.
• Jack Romine Scholarship. $5000. To an incoming first year student.
• Smith-Sorenson Scholarship. $2500 to an incoming first year student. $2500 to an incoming second year student.
• Peter Mich Award. Two awards of $3500 each to incoming first year students. Women only are eligible for this award.
• Welter Scholarship. $3000. To an incoming second year student.
To download the application form, please follow this link: Scholarship app2 2018
For more details about The Krenov Foundation, go to thekrenovfoundation.org
The Mendocino College Foundation also offers scholarships to students for the upcoming Fall of each year. If you are considering applying to our program you would need to apply for these scholarships in January (before you apply to us). The foundation would then notify you around the same time we send out our letters of acceptance. You will need to become a student, but that is a relatively simple process. Go to https://www.mendocino.edu/student-services/financial-aid/scholarships for more information.