Estimated Cost to Attend
The cost of attendance (COA) is what we estimate it to cost to attend Cal Maritime for the academic year. The COA includes tuition and fees, food and housing , books and supplies, and an allowance for living and transportation costs.
The only "direct billed" costs (items that the campus will charge you for directly) are tuition and fees, food and housing (if living on campus) and the uniform. Other expenses, such as books and supplies, travel and miscellaneous expenses, and food and housing for OFF CAMPUS students, are an estimate and your ACTUAL costs may be higher or lower than what we estimate. This can be useful in budgeting your monthly/term/yearly costs.
The estimated cost of attendance for 2013-2014 can be found below:
2013-2014 Estimated Cost of Attendance for Undergraduate Students
Tuition and Fees*
Food and Housing
Books and Supplies
Total California Resident Budget
Non-resident students (excluding WUE recipients) are assessed an additional $372 per semester unit.
*Fees include Tuition ($5472), Health Services Fee ($680), Associated Student Body Fee ($210), Health Facility Fee ($14), Port Pass (campus ID) ($30), and Instructionally Related Activity Fee ($130). The figure listed above assumes full time enrollment (7 or more units). Post-Baccalaureate students are charged a Tuition fee of $6,738.
** Health insurance is mandatory. If a student cannot verify appropriate health insurance coverage by the deadline established by the Student Health Center, a total of $1,420 will be charged for enrollment in the campus health insurance plan. (The health insurance contract figure listed above is subject to change.
***Loan fees are a required component of the estimated cost of attendance. Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans have an origination fee of 1%. The loan fees listed are an average based on Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan borrowing activity for the 2012-2013 year.
Estimated Uniform Expenses