Prior Academic Years

Tuition and Fees for all semesters from Spring 2018 to Spring 2021 can be found below.

Calendar Dates and Tuition/Fees for the Summer 2021 and Spring 2021 Semesters

Summer 2021 Important Dates

Dates Activities
April 5, 2021 (Monday) Begin accepting Summer 2021 tuition and fee payments.
June 1, 2021 (Tuesday) First day of the Summer Term.
July 1, 2021 (Thursday)

30-day Electronic Bills (eBills) Sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Summer 2021 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

July 19, 2021 (Monday)

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. 

SUMMER (R3) CENSUS DAY:

Remaining Summer 2021 Unpaid Balances should be paid this date to avoid late fees and holds.

Drops are not processed during Summer terms, but students are required to pay for Summer balances by this date to avoid the Summer late fee of $20. If Summer balances remain unpaid, registration and service holds will be assigned.

View all of our Payment Options.

Any students who enroll into classes during April 5 - May 31, 2021 must pay a minimum of part-time dues by this date. Any remaining balances after this date will be subject to a $20 late Census fee on July 20, 2021. These Summer 2021 balances will also impact future enrollment.

REFER TO OUR REFUND GUIDELINES BELOW TO AVOID ADDITIONAL FEES AND CHARGES IF YOU NEED TO MAKE CHANGES TO YOUR SCHEDULE OR DROP CLASSES THIS SUMMER.

July 20, 2021 (Tuesday)

After Summer R3 Census Day - July 19 (Monday)

$20 late fee charged for any unpaid Summer 2021 Tuition & Fees.

August 2, 2021 (Monday)

60-day Electronic Bills (eBills) sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Summer 2021 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

August 11, 2021 (Wednesday)

Summer balances due for students enrolling into Fall 2021 courses.

Students attending summer semester who have paid part-time fees (by program), and have increased their participation to full-time and now have a Summer 2021 outstanding balance must pay for the Summer balance by this date if they are enrolled into Fall 2021 courses and wish to avoid Fall 2021 cancellation/drops.

 

Fee Disclaimer:

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).

Campus fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the President and/or Student Fee Committee, without notice.

Tuition and Fee Information

Students must strictly observe the following fee schedule. 

Failure to pay fees in full by the due date may result in a registration hold being placed on student accounts.

 

To Pay Tuition and Fees:

  • Log on to your SF State Gateway

  • Navigate to the Student Center 

  • In the "Finances" section (center left of the page) click on “Make a Payment"

 

CEL Students:

Visit the CEL Payment page for payment options.

Learn more information about the College of Extended Learning (CEL).

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,665 $2871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $81 $81
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics and Rec Sports $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $228 $228
Tuition and Fees1 Total $1,893 $3,099

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $81 $81
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics and Rec Sports $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $228 $228
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,160 $3,558

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $81 $81
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics and Rec Sports $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $228 $228
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,310 $3,816

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fee $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Recreation and Wellness Center $81
Student Health Services $73
Student Body Center $38
Student Center Association $25
IRA - General $5
IRA - Athletics and Rec Sports $4
Campus Service Card $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $228
Tuition and Fees1 Total $6,147

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

1Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit, in addition to tuition and fees outlined above.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

2Graduate 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.

College of Business Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $327 $560
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

Note:

Graduate Students in the Master of Science in Quantitative Economics program are not subject to the additional Graduate MBA program fee.

Summer Session Pro-Rata/Refund Guidelines

Sessions Available (Individual or Combination) Session Dates 100% Refund for Withdrawal or All Classes Dropped By: Pro-Rata1 Refund for Withdrawal or All Classes Dropped During: No Refund for Withdrawal or All Classes Dropped After:

Partial Refund of Tuition2 if Reduced from Full Time to Part Time With Units Less Than or Equal to 6.0 Units By:

R1: Session 1 Only June 1 - July 2 (5 Weeks) May 28 (Friday) June 1 - June 19 June 19 June 14
R2: Session 2 Only June 14 - August 6 (8 Weeks) June 12 June 14 - July 15 July 15 June 25
R3: Session 3 Only July 6 - August 6 (5 Weeks) July 2 July 6 - July 24 July 24 July 19
R4: Session 4 Only June 1 - August 6 (10 Weeks) May 28 June 1 - July 10 July 10 June 14

R1 and R2

R1 and R3

R1 and R4

R2 and R4

R3 and R4

June 1 - August 6 (10 Weeks) May 28 June 1 - July 10 July 10 June 14
R2 and R3 June 14 - August 6 (8 Weeks) June 11 June 14 - July 15 July 15 June 25
1Pro-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.

 

2Tuition:

Includes Tuition, Non-Resident Tuition, Professional Program Fee, MBA/MSA/MPA Program Fee.

 

View the session period and registration dates.

 

FINANCIAL AID APPLICANTS:

For Students that are receiving Summer Financial Aid, all tuition and fees for the current semester and prior must be paid no later than July 19, 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" date listed below, 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.

 

Refund Schedule: Last Day to Receive 100% Refund

Summer 2021 refund schedule timeline

Spring 2021 Quick Link:

Spring 2021 Important Dates

Dates Activities
November 30, 2020 (Monday) Begin accepting Spring 2021 tuition and fee payments.
November 30, 2020 - January 12, 2021

Priority registration for continuing students.

Payment Plans start being accepted.

View all of our Payment Options and Payment Plan information.

December 12, 2020 - January 12, 2021

Registration for New Graduate Students.

Open Registration for Freshmen and Transfer Students.

January 7, 2021 - January 8, 2021

January 11, 2021 - January 12, 2021

Orientation registration for New Undergraduate F-1 International Students.

January 13, 2021 (Wednesday)

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. 

SPRING 2021 FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE

Students who enroll in classes during November 30 - January 12 must pay their Spring 2021 balance along with any outstanding balances from previous semesters by this date to avoid being dropped from classes.

If you are coded to receive financial aid for the Spring 2021 Semester, your tuition is deferred until February 19, 2021. Late fees are applicable if aid does not disburse by this date.
 

FIRST INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

Resident Students: Payment 1 of 3 Due

Payment towards 1/3 of Tuition PLUS Local Fees PLUS the $33 Service Fee must be made in full (this includes any class/course fees if there are any charged). Remaining balance will be divided into two equal payments due Feb 13 and Mar 13.

International & Non-Resident Students enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan: Payment 1 of 4 Due

Payment towards Tuition PLUS State & Local Fees must be made in full. Non-Resident Fees will be divided into 3 equal payments to be made monthly on Feb 13, Mar 13, and Apr 13, which includes an installment service fee.

 

View all of our Payment Options.

REFER TO OUR REFUND GUIDELINES TO AVOID ADDITIONAL FEES AND CHARGES IF YOU NEED TO MAKE CHANGES TO YOUR SCHEDULE OR DROP CLASSES THIS SPRING

January 14, 2021 (Thursday)

STUDENTS DROPPED FOR NON-PAYMENT

Students who enroll during November 30 – January 12 and do not pay by January 13, 2021 will be dropped from their classes.

 

Note:

Spring 2021 Coded Financial Aid Recipients and New International students are NOT subject to be dis-enrolled from classes. If you do not wish to be charged you must drop your classes prior to the start of the semester.

January 14, 2021 - January 24, 2021 Open registration for ALL students.
January 25, 2021 (Monday)

FIRST DAY OF INSTRUCTION

PAYMENT DUE DATE FOR NEW INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Pro-Rata Fees Are Assessed

Students who have not enrolled will have an “S2” registration Hold placed on their account on this day.

An S2 Hold prevents students from enrolling into classes until payment in full is made for tuition & fees. A $25 Late Registration and $20 Administrative Fee will apply.

To find out how how to remove this S2 Hold, view the S2 Hold removal tutorial.

February 12, 2021 (Friday)

Last Day to Drop Classes/Withdraw without a W grade.

Last day for partial refund of Tuition Fee for students with 6.1+ units who drop to and keep 6.0 units or less (see REFUND GUIDELINES).

Last day for partial refund for Professional Program Fee.

Last day to receive refund for non-resident fees and partial refund of Tuition & Fees for students with 6.1+ units who drop and keep 6.0 units or less (see REFUND GUIDELINES).

February 13, 2021 (Saturday)

SECOND INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

Resident Students: Payment 2 of 3 Due

Additional 1/3 of tuition is due this day with the final 1/3 of tuition-only due March 13. This is the last day to enroll into an Installment Payment Plan for the Spring 2021 term. Students who are newly enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan after January 13, will be asked to pay for 2/3 of Tuition PLUS all local/mandatory fees PLUS $33 service fee if they wish to install the remaining balances of their tuition and fees.

International & Non-Resident Students enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan: Payment 2 of 4 Due

The first of the 3-part Non-Resident Fees is due this day. The final two will be due on March 13 and April 13, which will include an installment service fee. International and Non-Resident students who enroll into an Installment Payment Plan after January 13 will be asked to pay for 1/3 of their non-resident fees, all local/mandatory fees, and any applicable service fees. Non-Resident and International students can enroll into an Installment Payment Plan until March 13, 2021.

View all of our Payment Options.

February 22, 2021 (Monday)

After Census day - February 19 (Friday)

$20 Administrative Fee will be assessed for any unpaid Spring 2021 Tuition & Fees.
February 26, 2021 (Friday)

LAST DAY TO RELEASE S2 HOLD

 

30-day Electronic Bills (eBills) sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Spring 2021 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

March 13, 2021 (Saturday)

THIRD INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

Resident Students: Payment 3 of 3 Due (Final Payment)

Final installment payment due for last third (1/3) of tuition-only balance.

International & Non-Resident Students enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan: Payment 3 of 4 Due

The second of the 3-part Non-Resident Fees is due today, with the final payment due on April 13, which will include an installment service fee. This is the final day International and Non-Resident students can enroll into an Installment Payment Plan and will be asked to pay for 2/3 of their non-resident fees PLUS all local/mandatory fees PLUS and any applicable service fees.

View all of our Payment Options.

March 26, 2021 (Friday)

60-day Electronic Bills (eBills) sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Spring 2021 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

April 7, 2021 (Wednesday) Last day for Pro-Rata Tuition/Fee Calculation for Withdrawals from the University.
April 13, 2021 (Tuesday)

FOURTH INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

International & Non-Resident Students: Payment 4 of 4 due (Final Payment)

Final installment payment due for last third (1/3) of non-resident tuition-only balance.

April 26, 2021 (Monday)

90-day Electronic Bills (eBills) sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Spring 2021 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

 

Fee Disclaimer:

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).

Campus fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the President and/or Student Fee Committee, without notice.

Tuition and Fee Information

View all the campus based fees for a quick overview.

For CEL Students, go to the CEL home page.

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144 $144
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $224 $224
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$58 $58
Health Facilities $18 $18
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $0 $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634 $634
Tuition and Fees Total $2,299 $3,505

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144 $144
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $224 $224
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$58 $58
Health Facilities $18 $18
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $0 $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634 $634
Tuition and Fees Total $2,566 $3,964

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144 $144
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $224 $224
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$58 $58
Health Facilities $18 $18
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $0 $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634 $634
Tuition and Fees Total $2,716 $4,222

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $224
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$58
Health Facilities $18
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634
Tuition and Fees Total $6,553

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

Graduate Students in the Master of Science in Quantitative Economics program are not subject to the additional Graduate MBA program fee.

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page
  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and
  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.

If you have trouble completing the opt-out process, please submit a service ticket or contact the Bursar's Office at 415-338-1281 for assistance.

Calendar Dates for the Fall 2020 semester. Tuition and Fees for the Fall 2020, Summer 2020 and Spring 2020 Semesters

Fall 2020 Quick Link

Fall 2020 Important Dates

Dates        Activities   
April 27, 2020 (Monday) Begin accepting Fall 2020 tuition and fee payments.
April 27, 2020 - August 2, 2020

Priority registration for Continuing Students.

Payment Plans start being accepted.

View all of our Payment Options and Payment Plan information.

June 8, 2020 - August 2, 2020

Registration for New Graduate Students.

Registration for Freshmen and Transfer Students.

August 3, 2020 - August 11, 2020 Enrollment limit increase for Continuing Students.

August 12, 2020 (Wednesday)

4:00 PM 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

FALL 2020 FEE PAYMENT DEADLINE

Any students with a Summer 2020 balance must pay their outstanding Summer balance, along with their Fall 2020 balances by this day.

Any students who enroll into classes or increased their enrollment from part-time (6.0 units or less) to full-time (6.1 or more units) during April 29 - August 9 must pay their Fall 2020 balance along with any outstanding balances from previous semesters by this due date to avoid being dropped from classes.

 

Note: There is no enrollment activity from August 12 - August 16.

If you have a financial aid award for the Fall 2020 Semester, you will not be dropped for non-payment and your tuition is deferred until September 21, 2020. Late fees are applicable if aid has not disbursed by this date.

 

FIRST INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATES:

Resident Students: Payment 1 of 3 Due

Payment towards 1/3 of Tuition PLUS Local Fees PLUS the $33 Service Fee must be made in full, (this includes any class/course fees if there are any charged). Remaining balance will be divided into two equal payments due September 12 and October 12.

International & Non-Resident Students enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan: Payment 1 of 4 Due

Payment towards Tuition PLUS State & Local Fees must be made in full. Non-Resident Fees will be divided into 3 equal payments to be made monthly on September 12, October 12 and November 12, which includes an installment service fee.

View all of our Payment Options.

REFER TO OUR REFUND GUIDELINES TO AVOID ADDITIONAL FEES AND CHARGES IF YOU NEED TO MAKE CHANGES TO YOUR SCHEDULE OR DROP CLASSES THIS FALL

August 13, 2020 (Thursday)

Your tuition is deferred until September 21, 2020. Late fees are applicable if aid has not disbursed or payment has not been made by this date.

Note: For Fall 2020, all students are no longer subject to be dis-enrolled from classes

August 17 - August 23

Open Registration for ALL students.

Last day to drop all classes to not be charged pro-rated tuition and fees. 

August 23, 2020 (Monday)

FIRST DAY OF INSTRUCTION

Pro-Rata Fees Are Assessed:

Students who cancel registration between the 1st day of the Semester and the 60% point of the attendance period will be charged a Pro-Rata fee which will increase daily until all classes are fully withdrawn.

 

PAYMENT DUE DATE FOR ALL NEW INTERNATIONAL AND GRADUATE STUDENTS:

Students who have not enrolled nor made Fall 2020 Tuition/Fee payments by the Fee Payment Deadline: August 12, 2020, will have an “S2” Hold placed on their account on this day.

An S2 Hold prevents students from enrolling into classes until payment in full is made for tuition & fees. A $25 Late Registration and $20 Administrative Fee will apply.

To find out how how to remove this S2 Hold, view the S2 Hold removal tutorial.

September 12, 2020 (Saturday)

SECOND INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

Resident Students: Payment 2 of 3 Due

Additional 1/3 of tuition is due this day with the final 1/3 of tuition-only due October 12. This is the last day to enroll into an Installment Payment Plan for the Fall 2020 term. Students who enroll into an Installment Payment Plan after August 12 will be asked to pay for 2/3 of Tuition PLUS all local/mandatory fees PLUS $33 service fee if they wish to install the remaining balances of their tuition and fees.

International & Non-Resident Students enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan: Payment 2 of 4 Due

The first of the 3 part Non-Resident Fees is due this day. The final two will be due on October 12 and November 12, which will include an installment service fee. International and Non-Resident students who enroll into an Installment Payment Plan after August 12 will be asked to pay for 1/3 of their non-resident fees, all local/mandatory fees, and any applicable service fees. Non-Resident and International students can enroll into an Installment Payment Plan until October 12, 2020.

View all of our Payment Options.

September 14, 2020 (Monday)

Last Day to Drop Classes/Withdraw without a W grade.

Last day for partial refund of Tuition Fee for students with 6.1+ units who drop to and keep 6.0 units or less (See REFUND GUIDELINES).

Last day for partial refund for Professional Program Fee.

Last day to receive refund for non-resident fees and partial refund of Tuition & Fees for students with 6.1+ units who drop and keep 6.0 units or less (See REFUND GUIDELINES).

September 22, 2020 (Tuesday)

After Census Day - September 21 (Monday)

LAST DAY TO RELEASE S2 HOLD.

$20 Administrative Fee will be assessed for any unpaid Fall 2020 Tuition & Fees.  

30-day Electronic Bills (eBills) sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Fall 2020 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

 

October 12, 2020 (Monday)

THIRD INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

Resident Students: Payment 3 of 3 Due (Final Payment)

Final installment payment due for last third (1/3) of tuition-only balance.

International & Non-Resident Students enrolled into an Installment Payment Plan: Payment 3 of 4 Due

The second of the 3 part Non-Resident Fees is due today, with the final payment due on November 12, which will include an installment service fee.  This is the final day International and Non-Resident students can enroll into an Installment Payment Plan and will be asked to pay for 2/3 of their non-resident fees PLUS all local/mandatory fees PLUS and any applicable service fees.

View all of our Payment Options.

October 22, 2020 (Thursday)

60-day Electronic Bills (eBills) Sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Fall 2020 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

October 28, 2020 (Wednesday) Last day for Pro-Rata Tuition/Fee Calculation for Total Withdrawal from the University.
November 12, 2020 (Thursday)

FOURTH INSTALLMENT PLAN DUE DATE:

International & Non-Resident Students: Payment 4 of 4 Due (Final Payment)

Final installment payment due for last third (1/3) of non-resident tuition-only balance.

November 23, 2020 (Monday)

90-day Electronic Bills (eBills) Sent.

Students who have unpaid balances for the Fall 2020 term will be sent an electronic bill, outlining the details of their balances for the semester.

 

Fee Disclaimer:

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).

Campus fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the President and/or Student Fee Committee, without notice.

Tuition and Fee Information

View all the campus based fees for a quick overview.

For CEL Students, go to the CEL home page.

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144 $144
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $224 $224
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$58 $58
Health Facilities $18 $18
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $0 $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634 $634
Tuition and Fees Total $2,299 $3,505

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144 $144
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $224 $224
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$58 $58
Health Facilities $18 $18
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $0 $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634 $634
Tuition and Fees Total $2,566 $3,964

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144 $144
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $224 $224
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$58 $58
Health Facilities $18 $18
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $0 $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634 $634
Tuition and Fees Total $2,716 $4,222

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $144
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $224
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$58
Health Facilities $18
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $0

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $634
Tuition and Fees Total $6,553

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

Graduate Students in the Master of Science in Quantitative Economics program are not subject to the additional Graduate MBA program fee.

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page

  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and

  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.

 If you have trouble completing the opt-out process, please submit a service ticket or contact the Bursar's Office at 415-338-1281 for assistance.

Summer 2020 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,665 $2871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $79 $79
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $226 $226
Tuition and Fees1 Total $1,893 $3,099

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $79 $79
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $226 $226
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,160 $3,558

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $79 $79
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $226 $226
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,310 $3,816

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fee $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Recreation and Wellness Center $79
Student Health Services $73
Student Body Center $38
Student Center Association $25
IRA - General $5
IRA - Athletics $4
Campus Service Card $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $226
Tuition and Fees1 Total $6,147

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

1Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit, in addition to tuition and fees outlined above.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

2Graduate 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.

College of Business Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $327 $560
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

Note:

Graduate Students in the Master of Science in Quantitative Economics program are not subject to the additional Graduate MBA program fee.

Spring 2020 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166 $166
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764 $764
Tuition and Fees Total $2,429 $3,635

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166 $166
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764 $764
Tuition and Fees Total $2,696 $4,094

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166 $166
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764 $764
Tuition and Fees Total $2,846 $4,352

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $157
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$68
Health Facilities $3
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764
Tuition and Fees Total $6,683

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

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

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page
  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and
  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.

Tuition and Fees for the Fall 2019, Summer 2019, and Spring 2019 Semesters

Fall 2019 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166 $166
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764 $764
Tuition and Fees Total $2,429 $3,635

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166 $166
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764 $764
Tuition and Fees Total $2,696 $4,094

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166 $166
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764 $764
Tuition and Fees Total $2,846 $4,352

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $166
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $157
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$68
Health Facilities $3
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $764
Tuition and Fees Total $6,683

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

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

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page
  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and
  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.

Summer 2019 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,665 $2871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $77 $77
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $224 $224
Tuition and Fees1 Total $1,889 $3,095

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $77 $77
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $224 $224
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,156 $3,554

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $77 $77
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $224 $224
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,306 $3,812

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fee $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Recreation and Wellness Center $77
Student Health Services $73
Student Body Center $38
Student Center Association $25
IRA - General $5
IRA - Athletics $4
Campus Service Card $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $224
Tuition and Fees1 Total $6,143

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

1Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit, in addition to tuition and fees outlined above.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

2Graduate 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.

College of Business Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $327 $560
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

Note:

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

Spring 2019 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163 $163
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761 $761
Tuition and Fees Total $2,426 $3,632

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163 $163
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761 $761
Tuition and Fees Total $2,693 $4,091

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163 $163
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761 $761
Tuition and Fees Total $2,843 $4,349

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $157
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$68
Health Facilities $3
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761
Tuition and Fees Total $6,680

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

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

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page
  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and
  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.

Tuition and Fees for the Fall 2018, Summer 2018, and Spring 2018 Semesters

Fall 2018 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163 $163
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761 $761
Tuition and Fees Total $2,426 $3,632

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163 $163
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761 $761
Tuition and Fees Total $2,693 $4,091

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163 $163
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761 $761
Tuition and Fees Total $2,843 $4,349

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $163
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $157
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$68
Health Facilities $3
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $761
Tuition and Fees Total $6,680

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

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

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page
  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and
  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.

Summer 2018 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,665 $2871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $75 $75
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $222 $222
Tuition and Fees1 Total $1,887 $3,093

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Credential Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $75 $75
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $222 $222
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,160 $3,558

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Graduate2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fee $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Recreation and Wellness Center $75 $75
Student Health Services $73 $73
Student Body Center $38 $38
Student Center Association $25 $25
IRA - General $5 $5
IRA - Athletics $4 $4
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $222 $222
Tuition and Fees1 Total $2,304 $3,810

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Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fee $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Recreation and Wellness Center $75
Student Health Services $73
Student Body Center $38
Student Center Association $25
IRA - General $5
IRA - Athletics $4
Campus Service Card $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $222
Tuition and Fees1 Total $6,141

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Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

1Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit, in addition to tuition and fees outlined above.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

2Graduate 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.

College of Business Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $327 $560
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

Note:

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

Spring 2018 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,665 $2,871
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $160 $160
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $758 $785
Tuition and Fees Total $2,423 $3,629

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Credential Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $1,932 $3,330
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $160 $160
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $758 $758
Tuition and Fees Total $2,690 $4,088

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Graduate1,2, Post-Baccalaureate, 2nd Degree and Master's Program Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less (Part Time) 6.1+ Units (Full Time)
Tuition Fees $2,082 $3,588
Local Fees (Mandatory):    
Student Body Center $82 $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $160 $160
Student Body Association $54 $54
Student Health Service $157 $157
IRA - General $50 $50

IRA - Athletics

$68 $68
Health Facilities $3 $3
Campus Service Card $2 $2
Gator Pass $180 $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2 $2
Local Fees Sub-Total $758 $758
Tuition and Fees Total $2,840 $4,346

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Education Doctorate Students

Unit Load 1+ Units (Part Time)
Tuition Fees $5,919
Local Fees (Mandatory):  
Student Body Center $82
Recreation & Wellness Center $160
Student Body Association $54
Student Health Service $157
IRA - General $50

IRA - Athletics

$68
Health Facilities $3
Campus Service Card $2
Gator Pass $180

Student Involvement and Representation (SIRF) 

OPTIONAL3

$2
Local Fees Sub-Total $758
Tuition and Fees Total $6,677

*VIEW ADDITIONAL APPLICABLE TUITION/PROGRAM FEES BELOW

 

Additional Applicable Tuition/Program Fees

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee:

Non-Residents of California and International students must pay $396 per unit.

Non-Resident Students

Non-Resident Type Cost Per Unit
California Non-Residents $396
International Students $396

1Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Business Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in the College of Business will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $700 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $1,200 (for 6.1 or more units) and a Professional Program Fee of $270 per unit.

Note:

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

Business Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $700 $1,200
Professional Program Fee $270 Per Unit $270 Per Unit

2Graduate and Professional Program Fees (Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students):

Graduate students in Public Administration will be charged an additional Graduate Program Fee of $430 (for 0 to 6.0 units) or $850 (for 6.1 or more units) per semester.

Public Administration Matriculating Graduate Students

Unit Load 6.0 Units or Less 6.1+ Units
Graduate Program Fee $430 $850

3The SIRF (Student Involvement and Representation Fee) can be opted out of in the Student Center (Gateway):

  • Find the "Finances" section of the page
  • Click through the drop-down menu and select "Account Activity" to find the date the SIRF fee was posted for the semester and when the charge was placed on the account and
  • Click the "OPT OUT" toggle button to follow the click-through instructions.