FEES AND OTHER EXPENSESLegal residents of California are not charged tuition. The following reflects applicable fees and nonresident tuition for the semester system. The total fee paid per semester will be determined by the number of units taken, including those taken in excess of fifteen.
Cash, personal or certified check, Master Card, and VISA may be used for payment of student fees.
No fees of any kind shall be required of or collected from those individuals who qualify for such exemption under the provisions of the Alan Pattee Scholarship Act.
0.1 to 6.1 or Regular Session 6.0 more (Per Semester-Credit or Audit) units units
State University Fee $459.00 $792.00 Local Fees: Student Center Fee 52.00 52.00 Student Body Association Fee 42.00 42.00 Student Health Service Fee 65.00 65.00 Health Facilities Fee 3.00 3.00 Identification Card Fee 2.00 2.00 Instructionally Related Activities Fee 35.00 35.00 Total per semester $658.00 $991.00The Chancellor or designee is authorized to waive the State University Fee for graduate students who are employed as California State University Graduate Assistants or Teaching Associates.
2. Nonresident Tuition (U.S. and International). In addition to the regular registration fees for all students listed above, non-legal residents of the State of California must pay $246 per unit (or fraction) for nonresident tuition.
Open University (Concurrent Enrollment)
Fee per unit (lecture-discussion course) $140.00
Fee per unit (laboratory course) $175.00
Summer Sessions and Special Sessions
Fees per semester unit (lecture-discussion)
Instructional Fee $138.50
Student Activity Fee .50
Student Center Fee 1.00
Total per unit $140.00
Fee Per Item
Application for admission or readmission
Late registration $25.00
Failure to meet administratively required
appointment or time limit (late fee) $20.00
Check returned for any cause $20.00
[The university reserves the right to refuse
to accept personal checks from persons
who have previously written bad checks.]
Replacement of items lost or broken,
including laboratory equipment
(minimum charge $1.00) cost
Transcript of record $4.00
Graduation fee $40.00
Binding thesis, first copy $25.00
Each additional thesis copy $15.00
Library Overdue and Lost Item Fees: Books and Other Library Materials
Fees are computed on a per transaction basis, which includes all items, even those of various kinds (e.g., a book, a slide set, and a group of pamphlets), that were charged out on a single loan transaction.
Excessive Use Fees
Fees for excessive use are computed from the time the material was due until the time the material is returned or declared lost.
Hourly or Overnight Loans for Items Placed
on Reserve Status (whether in the Reserve
Book Room or other areas of the library)
Per hour 1.00
Maximum per transaction 25.00
Hourly or Overnight Loans for Other Items
(items not on reserve status)
Per hour 0.25
Maximum per transaction 10.00
Loans of One to Six Days
Per day 1.00
Maximum per transaction 25.00
Loans of Seven or More Days
Per day 0.25
Maximum per transaction 25.00
Lost Book, Periodical, or Replacement Cost +
Media Fees Processing Charge
Damage Fees From 50 cents to Replacement Cost
+ Processing Charge
NOTE: Replacement Cost is based on a predetermined average cost of an academic book. At present the Processing Charge is $20.00 per item.
Debts Owed to the Institution
Should a student or former student fail to pay a debt owed to the institution, the institution may "withhold permission to register; to use facilities for which a fee is authorized to be charged; to receive services, materials, food, or merchandise; or any combination of the above from any person owing a debt" until the debt is paid (see Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Sections 42380 and 42381). For example, the institution may withhold permission to receive official transcripts of grades from any person owing a debt. If a student believes that s/he does not owe all or part of an unpaid obligation, the student should contact the campus Cashier's Office. The Cashier's Office, or another office on campus to which the student may be referred by the Cashier's Office, will review the pertinent information, including information the student may wish to present, and will advise the student of its conclusions with respect to the debt.
Over Sixty Program
San Francisco State University participates in the California State University Over Sixty Program. This program makes it possible for persons 60 years of age or older to earn a baccalaureate or master's degree at the university without payment of admission and registration fees.
REFUND OF FEES
Details concerning fees which may be refunded, the circumstances under which fees may be refunded, and the appropriate procedure to be followed in seeking refunds may be obtained by consulting Section 42201 (parking fees), 41913 (nonresident tuition), 42019 (housing charges), and 41802 (all other fees) of Title 5, California Code of Regulations. Consult the appropriate Class Schedule for registration fee and non-resident tuition fee refund deadlines. In all cases it is important to act quickly in applying for a refund. Information concerning any aspect of the refund of fees may be obtained from the Cashier's Office.
Regular Session Registration Fees
Applications for refunds must be submitted in writing to the Registrar's Office. Specific schedules of deadline dates for filing refund applications and amounts to be refunded may be found in the Class Schedule published each semester.
The full Extended Learning tuition fee will be refunded if the university discontinues a course.
Students should consult with the Extended Learning Office for the specific refund schedule. Refund checks will be mailed to the address on the application approximately six weeks after the application is filed.
Refund applications must be submitted in writing to the Summer Sessions Office. Time limits and refund amounts are listed in the Summer Sessions Catalog. The refund amount is determined by the date the refund application is filed with the Summer Sessions Office. Refund checks are mailed to the address on the refund application approximately 6-8 weeks after the application is filed.
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