Tuition & Fees
Don't get dropped from classes, Pay tuition on time
Generally, tuition is due when you register. Paying at that time will eliminate any chance that you will be dropped from your classes for nonpayment. If you are not able to pay tuition when you register, please see the
Important Dates page
tuition due dates.
If your tuition is paid by a third party, it is your responsibility to verify your tuition has been paid.
If you foresee problems paying your tuition, contact our Cashier's Office and ask about the Student Tuition Easy Pay Plan (STEPP). This monthly-pay program will assist qualified students in paying their tuition on time.
Tuition Payment Methods
Bring your tuition payment to the Cashier’s Office in the Deccio Higher Education Center.
Mail your tuition payment to YVCC, Cashier’s Office, P.O. Box 22520, Yakima, WA 98907-2520. Please include your SID and the quarter you are enrolling. If you are paying tuition for someone other than yourself, please indicate the student's name and SID
To view the most recent Tuition & Fees information
please view the 2013-2014 document
Download Tuition & Fees Document
Click for here for get your
1098-T data that is helpful to claim education credits when you file with your tax return. For further information on federal tax credits and other benefits please see IRS Publication 970, "Tax Benefits for Higher Education" on the IRS website at
http://www.irs.gov. The YVCC Staff cannot provide advice on tax filing.
YVCC Federal Identification No: 91-0671107
State Tuition Waivers
If you are a Washington state resident, you may be eligible for one of the following tuition waivers:
Senior citizen/Gold Card/60+ years of age.
State employee/full- or half-time receiving benefits.
Washington national guard members.
Child of deceased or disabled fire fighter or police officer, or child of POW or MIA.
Please contact the Registration and Records Office:
(509) 574-4700 or by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
If you find that you must withdraw, you must complete and process the drop form available in the Registration Office.
Refunds cannot be arranged by telephone.
Refunds are given according to the following schedule:
100% through the first week of the quarter or if the class is cancelled.
50% from the sixth through the twentieth day. Summer only- 50% from the fifth day through the fourteenth day. No refunds thereafter.
Complete withdrawals require a processing fee of $10 for full-time students and $5 for part-time students. No refunds will be processed for less than $10, and there is a four-to-six week processing time on all refunds. Remember, it is your responsibility to officially withdraw through the Registration & Records Office to receive a refund.
Students receiving student financial aid should expect their refund to be applied to the funding source. Refund processing usually begins the third week of the quarter.
Please contact the Cashier's Office at (509) 574-4660 for specific information concerning a refund.