much does it cost to attend CSULA?
The amount students pay to attend CSULA depends on in how many
units they enroll, whether they are graduate, credential or undergraduate
students, and whether or not they are California Residents for
fee payment purposes. Typical California Resident graduate students
pay about $1,200 to take 12 units per quarter, while non-California
Resident graduate students pay about $3,900 to take 12 units per
quarter. Credential and undergraduate students pay slightly less.
Form is published in each quarter's Schedule of Classes.
Latest fee information
from the Office of the CSU Chancellor.
All incoming undergraduate students are
required to enroll in an English and math course
during their first quarter at Cal State L.A.
unless they have already met the general
education requirement for English and/or math.
For appropriate course placement, unless exempt, new
undergraduate students are required to take the
English Placement Test (EPT) and/or Entry Level
Mathematics test (ELM) after admission and prior
to enrollment in classes.
You can register to take the ELM and/or EPT on the
Testing Center's Web Site.
For more information on the English and math
requirements, please see California
State University Executive Order 665.