Summer 2019

Summer 2019 Important Dates

DATES ACTIVITIES

April 8, 2019- Monday

Begin accepting Summer 2019 tuition and fee payments

June 6, 2019- T­­­hursday

4:00PM in person at service windows located at the Student Services and Administration buildings

11:59PM for online payments- 
the Bursar’s Office is not responsible for online payments that are not processed by this deadline. To ensure proper processing of your online payment, we recommend using Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer to submit your online payments.

SUMMER FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE

 

For all available payment options, please visit our webpage at http://bursar.sfsu.edu/Student-Services/payment-methods

Any students who enroll into classes or increased their enrollment from part-time to full-time during April 23 - May 25 must pay their balance by this due date to avoid  having an SS2 registration hold placed on your account on June 10, 2019 (the first day of Summer instruction).

*REFER TO OUR REFUND GUIDELINES AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE TO AVOID ADDITIONAL FEES AND CHARGES IF YOU NEED TO MAKE CHANGES TO YOUR SCHEDULE OR DROP CLASSES THIS SUMMER*

June 10, 2019- Monday
 

First day of instruction of the Summer term; SS2 Registration Holds assigned

To find out how to release your SS2 Summer Registration Hold, visit this webpage for instructions:  http://bursar.sfsu.edu/new_updates_page

July 29, 2019- Monday
*Immediately following Summer R3 CENSUS Day: July 26, 2019

$20 late fee charged for any unpaid Summer 2019 Tuition & Fees

 

Refund Guidelines

Sessions
Available (Individual or Combination)

Session Dates 100% REFUND for withdrawal or All Classes Dropped by: PRO-RATA REFUND* for Withdrawal or All Classes Dropped during:  NO REFUND for Withdrawal or All Classes Dropped:

PARTIAL REFUND of Tuition  if reduced from Full time to Part Time with units =< 6.0 by:

(Includes Tuition, Non-Res Tuition, Prof. Prog. Fee, MBA/MSA/MPA Prog. Fee)

R1 - Session 1 only June 10 - July 12
(5 weeks)
June 9 June 10 - June 28 After June 28 June 21
R2 - Session 2 only
June 24 - August 16
(8 weeks)
June 23 June 24 - July 25 After July 25 July 8
R3 - Session 3 only
July 15 - August 16
(5 weeks)
July 14 July 15 - August 2 After August 2 July 26
R4 - Session 4 only
June 10 - August 16
(10 weeks)
June 9 June 10 - July 19 After July 19 June 21
R1 and R2  
R4 and R2
[R1/R4 combined w/ any other session(s)]
June 10 - August 16
(10 weeks)
June 9 June 10- July 19 After July 19 June 21
R2 and R3
(R2 combined w/ Session R3)
June 24 - August 16
(8 weeks)
June 23 June 24 - July 25 After July 25 July 8

*Pro-Rata – the pro-rated amount that the student will be charged and refunded; which is determined by the date that the student officially withdraws from the course

~For More Information Concerning Session Period and Registration Dates, click on Summer 2019 Dates to be directed to the Registrar's Office webpage~

 

FINANCIAL AID APPLICANTS:

For Students that are receiving Summer Financial Aid- All tuition and fees for current semester and prior must be paid no later than July 26, 11:59pm. Tuition and Fees not paid in full will be subject to a $20 administrative fee.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

If a student registers for a summer session(s) and DOES NOT OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW BY THE "LAST DAY TO RECEIVE 100% REFUND" LISTED ABOVE, THE STUDENT WILL STILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL TUITION AND FEES –even if the student never attended the course or if the course has not started.

 

 

Summer 2019 - Schedule of Tuition and Fees 

Fee Information

The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after fees are initially charged or initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees. All listed fees, other than mandatory system wide fees, are subject to change without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, or the Presidents, as appropriate. Changes in mandatory system wide fees will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act (Sections 66028 - 66028.6 of the Education Code).
 

  • Students must strictly observe the following fee schedule. Failure to pay fees in full by the due date will result in SS2 Registration Hold being placed on student accounts.
  • For information of College of Extended Learning (CEL) please click on the following CEL Information

To Pay Tuition and Fees - log on to your SF State Gateway. Navigate to the Student Center and in the "Finances" section (center of the page), click on “Make a Payment"

(for CEL Students, go to the CEL Home Page)

  UNDERGRADUATE Tuition Fee CREDENTIAL Program Tuition Fee GRADUATE* including POST-BACCALAUREATE, 2ND DEGREE and MASTER's Programs Tuition Fee EDUCATION DOCTORATE Tuition Fee
Unit Load-> 0 - 6 Units 6.1 or More Units 0 - 6 Units 6.1 or More Units 0 - 6 Units 6.1 or More Units 1 or More Units
Tuition $1,665 $2,871 $1,932 $3,330 $2,082 $3,588 $5,919
Local (Mandatory) Fees:              
Recreation & Wellness Center $77 $77 $77 $77 $77 $77 $77
Student Health Services $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38 $38 $38 $38 $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25 $25
IRA- General $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5
IRA- Athletics $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2 $2 $2 $2 $2 $2
LOCAL FEES SUB-TOTAL $224 $224 $224 $224 $224 $224 $224
TOTAL* TUITION & FEES= $1,889 $3,095 $2,156 $3,554 $2,306 $3,812 $6,143

 

*PLUS ANY APPLICABLE TUITION OR PROGRAM FEES BELOW:

Non-Resident Tuition Fee - $396 Per Semester Unit
Non- resident of California and International students must pay $396 per unit, in addition to tuition & fees outlined above.

Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students)
*Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $327 (for 0 to 6.0 units) -OR- $560 (for 6.1 or more units) -AND- a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit, in addition to tuition & fees outlined above.

Note: Graduate Students in the Master of Arts in Economics program are not subject to the additional Graduate MBA program fee.