Got your answer. Read http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/08/04/MN6M193TE9.DTL. They discuss how there was a change in California law where they now label the Education Fee as tuition for California. This is why there is ~250 per credit hour for tuition now. This is to cover the Education Fee. The other fee money is to cover all the other fees.
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California's history of charging public university students "fees" and not "tuition" had created confusion under the new GI Bill, which took effect Monday and bases its reimbursement for private or graduate school tuition on each state's undergraduate public school tuition.
Because California technically did not charge public students "tuition," the VA had originally concluded that nonpublic students could not receive any "tuition" reimbursement - even though most of the cost of private schools is called tuition, not fees.
In response, the University of California last month relabeled the money it charged for instruction "tuition" instead of "fees," which helped VA and California officials reach the agreement.
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