New Updates

HOW TO RELEASE YOUR S2 HOLD ONLINE! 

*The last day to release S2 registration holds for Spring 2018 will be Thursday, February 8th by 11:59PM*
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.

 

Log into your Gateway, click the "Make a Payment" link under the "Finances" Section of your Student Center Home Page and 
SELECT BOTH OF THE FOLLOWING ONLINE PAYMENT OPTIONS:

1)

*Be sure to enter FULL tuition & fees in the "$________" field for the program and PT/FT load you plan to attend. Partial payments will NOT have the S2 released.*

2)

Once payment has been made towards BOTH TUITION & FEES -AND- S2 RELEASE LATE FEESa receipt will be issued via your SF State e-mail account.

*There is a scheduled process running in our system every hour that will release the S2 automatically- please give the system 1-2 hours to pick up your payment and release the S2 for you. There is no need to call the Bursar's Office to have it removed. If you still have the S2 on your account after that time, please reach out to us at bursar@sfsu.edu or at 415-338-1281.*

If you prefer to make payment in person to have your S2 released, you can visit us at the Student Services Building or the Administration Building Monday through Friday during normal business hours.

 
 

*NEW* GATOR PASS!

What is the Gator Pass?

As part of tuition fees, all students pay $180 each semester for a “Gator Pass”—a discounted transit pass incorporated into each student’s OneCard.  The transit features of your OneCard are provided through Clipper--your OneCard is also a Clipper Card.  Clipper is the all-in-one transit card for the Bay Area. It can hold transit passes, such as the Gator Pass, cash value, BART parking value or any combination thereof.

The Gator Pass affords students a 25% discount on all BART rides to and from Daly City BART Station, as well as unlimited rides on the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)’s MUNI, with the exception of cable cars. 
 

For more information about the Gator Pass, please visit the Associated Students web page at http://asi.sfsu.edu/transitpass.

 

 

2016 1098-T Forms are now available in your Student Center/Gateway

Please note: eCopies are only available and the last day to opt-in to paper is March 31, 2018

For best results, please use Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox web browsers to open your electronic (PDF) forms

Log into your Student Center Gateway and under the "Finances" section, click on the drop-down menu and select "View 1098-T." From there, you should be able to view all available tax years and click on the year that you need. Make sure you do not have pop-ups disabled, otherwise the PDF form will not show.

 

If you do not have a 1098-T in your Student Center, your information may need to be updated. Verify the following:
 

1. If you have identified a preferred MAILING address* in your Student Center, make sure that the "Address 1" field is filled out and NOT the "Address 2" field:
 

*A preferred mailing address can be listed if you do not want your 1098-T mailed to the PERMANENT address that was claimed with the Admissions Office when your application to campus was submitted.

To update the ADDRESSES, simply click the "Demographic Data" menu item above and you will be forwarded to the following screen to make changes to your address information:

2. That your ITIN or SSN number are current and updated with the Registrar's Office. Please visit their office at the Student Services Building Lobby to do so. If you have questions about updating your ITIN/SSN, please e-mail the Registrar's Office at records@sfsu.edu.

3. That the amount being reported on your 1098-T is not expected to be less than or equal to $0. If you think there is an error, please contact the Bursar's Office at 415-388-1281 or via e-mail at bursar@sfsu.edu.
 

 

Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)

On January 28, 2015 the CSU Board of Trustees established a new category system-wide voluntarystudent fee, the Student Involvement and Representation Fee, at a rate of $2 per term. The fee assessment begins in the fall 2015 term and is charged to all students unless they choose to opt out which can be done via your student portal. The $2 SIRF is used to support the student leadership, involvement, governance, and advocacy programs managed by the California State Student Association (CSSA).