FAQ - "How to Keep Your Classes" Fee Deferment


What is "How to Keep Your Classes"?
It is a fee deferment provided as a courtesy service by the Financial Aid Office postponing payment of tuition fees.

How do I know I have a fee deferment?
Fee deferments are located in the Hold section of your My Sac State Student Center.  Fee deferments are called "How to Keep Your Classes".

Does the fee deferment change my tuition fee due date?
No.  The due date on your student account is based on the first day you enrolled in a course for the term and does not change.

How long is a fee deferment?
In general, fee deferments remain until the 2nd week of classes for the term.

How do I qualify for a fee deferment for Fall?
A deferment is initially assigned when the Financial Aid Office receives either a FAFSA or Dream Act application prior to June 1. To remain eligible for the fee deferment you must submit the documents requested on your To Do list by June 1 AND pass the annual SAP review.

What happens if I don't submit my documents by June 1?
Your fee deferment will be removed.  Your classes will be dropped if your tuition fees are not paid.

If you did not submit your documents by June 1, you must pay your tuition fees in full or sign-up for the Installment Payment Plan and make the required payments on time to keep your classes.

What happens if I didn't meet SAP standards?
Your fee deferment will be removed.  Your classes will be dropped if your tuition fees are not paid.

If you met the June 1 document deadline but did not pass SAP, you must pay your tuition fees in full or sign-up for the Installment Payment Plan and make the required payments on time to keep your classes.

How do I qualify for a fee deferment for Spring?
You must have a financial aid award for the spring semester.  If you are on SAP probation from the fall semester, you must pass the fall probation grade check. 

Are there fee deferments for Summer?
There are no fee deferments for Summer Sessions. 

6/14/2014