Program Costs

Below are the approximate tuition costs for CSin3. Please note that these costs do not include housing, school supplies, and other associated attendance costs, as these can vary.


 Tuition Comparison

A CSin3 students spend less than half of the average tuition cost for a traditional four-year degree from a public university.

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It is required that CSin3 students complete either the FAFSA or Dream Act every year that they are in the program. The college hosts financial aid workshops each year to assist our students and their families in filling out these applications.

We are currently offering a need-based scholarship of up to $10,000 for our Fall 2022 cohort. 

For FAFSA and Dream Act application questions and assistance please visit Hartnell’s Financial Aid Office

Hartnell Scholarships

Hartnell College has multiple scholarship opportunities for students and most of them have an application deadline at the end of Fall semester. Please visit this page to find out more about the opportunities