AB 1232 – Nonresident Tuition Fees For English As A Second Language Courses

CATEGORY: Public Education Matters
CLIENT TYPE: Public Education
DATE: Oct 28, 2022

AB 1232 amends existing law requiring community colleges to charge nonresident students a tuition fee. The bill exempts a nonresident student who enrolls in a credit English as a second language (ESL) course at a Community College from tuition fees if they are (1) a recent migrant; (2) a recent refugee; or (3) a person who has been granted asylum by the United States. This exception applies only to individuals who, upon entering the United States, settled in California and who have resided in California for less than one year. Only the tuition fee for the credit ESL course is exempt.

(AB 1232 amends Section 76140 of the Education Code.)  

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