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FEES

  Credit Card Payments Via the Web
Credit Card Payments by Telephone
Refund Policy and Procedures
Refund Schedule and Deadlines

All fees listed are subject to change without notice. Listed below are only those fees which are directly related to registration. For a complete listing consult the 2004-2006 catalog. The fee for auditors is the same as for those receiving credit.

Payment must be received at the Student Financial Services Center (either by mail or drop box) at least five business days before your assigned registration day; or pay via the Web or telephone one business day prior to your registration day.

If you have a hold from a prior semester, we will accept your fee payment in person or by mail only. However, you will not be able to register as long as the debt is outstanding. All obligations must be cleared in order to register.

FEES MAY CHANGE. YOU WILL BE BILLED FOR ANY CHANGE.

1. MANDATORY REGISTRATION FEES:
 
Undergraduates
Credential Program
Graduates
Description
0-6 Units
More than 6 Units
0-6 Units
More than 6 units
0-6 Units
More than 6 Units
State University Fee
$732.00
$1,260.00
$849.00
$1,461.00
$900.00
$1,551.00
Student Body Association Fee
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
35.00
University Union Fee
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
45.00
Facilities Fee
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
Instructional Related Activity Fee

8.00

8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
Health Services Fee
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
65.00
Total
$888.00
$1,416.00
$1,005.00
$1,617.00
$1,056.00
$1,707.00

2. NON-RESIDENT FEES: $339.00 per unit plus appropriate registration fee listed above.

 

3.The State University Fee and Non-Resident Installment Payment Plans are not available for the Summer.

4.OTHER FEES:

A.

Parking Permits*:

Automobiles, all Summer

$72.00

Motorcycles, all Summer

$10.50

Temporary permits

$6.75 per week

Daily permits

$2.75


*The University is NOT responsible for lost or stolen parking permits. A permit does not guarantee a parking space in any given area at any given time. Temporary permits are neither refundable nor transferable.

B

.

Campus Services OneCard (Initial)

$9.00

Replacement Card

$13.00

C.

Checks or Credit Cards returned for any cause

$20.00

1.

Returned Checks or Credit Cards - In the event a check or credit card payment for registration fees is returned, the total penalty fee is $45 ($20.00 returned check or credit card fee and a $25.00 late registration fee if applicable). If not cleared within five days from notice, students may be disenrolled from classes without further notice.

Liability- If we pursue collection in court, you could be liable for three times the amount of the check, up to $1,500- plus the face value of the check and court costs.

 

2.

Stop Payment on a check or credit card payment of registration fees is not acceptable as notice of withdrawal from classes. Stop payments will be pursued through legal collection procedures, and the student will be responsible for all collection costs.

 

D.

Late Registration fee for students who pay their Summer registration fees after May 3, 2006.
(This is a non-refundable fee.)

$25.00

 

E.

Please see other fees listed within the fee section for Fall and Spring and the University catalog.


Note: The fees listed above are the most accurate as of this posting and are subject to change.

Credit Card Payments Via the Web

MasterCard, Discover and American Express payments for registration and debts may be made via the web. You may access CasperWeb through your student SacLink account. The CASHNet ® SmartPay link is located under Student Services. Fee payments are accepted Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., excluding holidays from April 5 - June 9, 2006 for summer.

Credit Card Payments By Telephone

Sacramento State accepts MasterCard, Discover and American Express payments for registration fees by phone. Call CASHNet ® SmartPay at (866) 546-0418 and make your payment by touch-tone phone. The system is available Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., from April 5, 2005 through June 9, 2006 for Summer 2006. (Please see additional information regarding credit card payments in the Annual Class Schedule).

SUMMER 2006 REFUND POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES CONCERNING REFUNDS!!

  • Within each session there are some courses with irregular beginning and ending dates. Students dropping these courses must adhere to the same deadline for the session for which they are registered to receive a refund regardless of the date their course(s) begin.
  • For courses four weeks or less in length, students are not entitled to any refund unless they withdraw or drop the course(s) prior to the first day of the session for each applicable session.
  • Adding or dropping courses on or after the first day of the session of any session could result in additional charges, even if you end up with the same number of units. This applies to both resident and non-resident charges.
  • A processing fee of $10 is withheld from refunds of registration fees for complete withdrawal and drop in units.
  • If a student owes debt(s) to the University, the refund will be applied to the debt(s) first and any remaining refund will be issued to the student.
  • Students who believe that they have extenuating circumstances that warrant a refund after the deadlines must submit an Application for Refund to the Student Financial Services Center.

REFUND PROCEDURES:

REFUNDS ARE NOT AUTOMATIC. Students must file a refund form with the Student Financial Services Center in addition to following the procedures listed below for withdrawing from all sessions and drop in units.

1. WITHDRAWING FROM ALL SESSIONS:

Students must file a Refund Form and Withdrawal Form to officially withdraw from the Summer 2006 semester. The Withdrawal Forms are available at Admissions and Records. Only those students who have Withdrawn prior to the first day of the session for EVERY session for which they were registered will be eligible for a 100% refund of applicable registration fees (less the $10 processing fee).

Session A: all units must be dropped on CASPER by June 2, 2006
Session B: all units must be dropped at the Admissions and Records counter by July 14, 2006
Session C: all units must be dropped on CASPER by June 2, 2006
Session D: all units must be dropped by June 23, 2006

Withdrawals are processed on a prorata basis beginning with the first day of each SESSION and ending when 60% of the SESSION has elapsed. Each SESSION is figured separately based on the applicable start and end dates of the session. Prorata refunds for students enrolled in more than one session will be determined by the earliest Withdrawal Deadline posted in the Refund Schedule and Deadlines.

Example: Students enrolled in Session A and Session B must withdraw from all classes in both sessions by June 29 in order to receive a pro-rata refund.

NO REFUNDS will be issued for complete withdrawals after the following dates for each Summer 2006 Session:

Session A: June 30, 2006
Session B: August 10, 2006
Session C: July 24, 2006
Session D: July 20, 2006

2. DROP IN UNITS:

Students must file a Refund Form with the Student Financial Services Center.

Resident students who drop units from full time to half/part time (resulting in a lower fee category) and non resident students who drop units by the campus add/drop deadline may be eligible to receive a refund of the difference in registration fees less a $10 processing fee and/or applicable non resident fees. These refunds will be processed after July 24, 2006.

Resident students who drop to half/part time and non resident students who drop units after the following dates for each applicable Summer 2006 session will NOT BE ELIGIBLE for a refund:

Session A: June 16, 2006
Session B: July 28, 2006
Session C: June 16, 2006
Session D: July 7, 2006

Note: The information listed above is the most accurate available as of this posting and may be subject to change.

SUMMER 2006 REFUND SCHEDULE & DEADLINES

Session
Session Dates of Instruction
Deadline to Withdraw and Receive a 100% Refund minus $10 processing fee
Deadline Drop In Units/Change Fee Category to receive 100% Refund minus $10 processing fee
Census Date
Number of Day Per Session

60%
Point/Day [Rounded
to the nearest whole day]

Deadline to Withdraw and Receive a Prorated Refund

A

June 5-July 16
June 2*
June 16**
42
25.2 days: 26th day
June 30
B
July 17-Aug 27
July14*
July 28**
42
25.2 days: 26th day
August 10
C
June 5-Aug 27
June 2*
June 16**
84
49.8 days: 50th day
July 24
D
June 26-Aug 6
June 23*
July 7**
42
25.2 days: 26th day
July 20

*After this date students are eligible to receive a pro-rated refund only if withdrawing from all sessions. REFER TO WITHDRAWING FROM ALL SESSIONS INFORMATION ABOVE.

**After this date students are not eligible to receive a refund for Drop in Units or Change in Fee Category.


REFUND OF PARKING FEES:

All students must turn in their parking permit for a refund.

Time Limits

Amount of Refund


Summer period - Auto

 

April 5 - June 2, 2006


$72.00

June 5 - June 30, 2006

$48.00

July 3 - July 28, 2006

$24.00

Balance of session

None

NO REFUND WILL BE ISSUED FOR MOTORCYCLE PARKING OR FOR WEEKLY PARKING PERMITS (EVEN IF CLASS IS CANCELLED).