Tuition and Fees-Assessment and Payment

Tuition and Fee Assessment

Students are expected to register prior to the Registration Freeze to allow tuition and fees to assess to their student account before the Student Fee Payment Deadline. Tuition and fees for the term are assessed to those students registered for at least one class for the term.  Tuition and fee assessment generally begins one month prior to the term's Student Fee Payment Deadline, and then occurs on a nightly basis. By registering for just one class or unit, students become financially liable for full-time tuition and fees for the term. 

After registering for classes and tuition and fees have been assessed, students can view their outstanding account balance using  MyBill. MyBill account balances and activity are updated in real-time throughout the day and any payments from the Cashier’s Office are posted to the student account at 6:00 p.m. (PST) nightly.

Please note that the MyBill statement is a monthly statement; it is only updated on 22nd day of each month. Students must be registered in classes by the end of Pass 1 appointments to have a MyBill statement generated before the Student Fee Payment Deadline.

Students will remain financially liable for the term’s tuition and fees unless they file a Cancellation/Withdrawal Form with the Office of the University Registrar by the first day of instruction. All Cancellation/Withdrawal Forms received before, on, or after the first day of instruction are subject to the Schedule of Refunds.

Payment

All students are responsible for paying tuition, fees, and any outstanding account balance by the Student Fee Payment Deadline. Payments can be made either at the Cashier's Office by 4:00 p.m. (PST), or electronically using MyBill by 11:59 p.m. (PST).

Undergraduate students who do not pay tuition, fees, and any outstanding account balance by the Student Fee Payment Deadline, will have their course Dropped for Non-Payment. Undergraduate students who are dropped for non-payment and re-register, or who register for the first time after the student fee payment deadline, will have a late registration fee assessed to their student account and must pay all tuition, fees, late fee, and any outstanding balance due by the Late Fee Payment Deadline.

Graduate students who do not pay tuition, fees, and any outstanding account balance by the Student Fee Payment Deadline, must make payment by the Graduate Student Final Fee Payment Deadline.  Those who miss this deadline will have the late registration fee assessed to their student account, will be cancelled from their future term, and any registered or wait-listed classes in their future term will be dropped.