Summer 2013 Semester
Unit Load Change For International and Out-of-State Students: Nonresident Tuition Fee Refund
Eligibility: A nonresident tuition fee paying student who drops units on or before the published drop date shall be entitled to a pro-rata refund of applicable tuition less a non-refundable administrative fee of $20. The pro-rata refund is determined on the basis of the drop date that results in a lower non resident tuition fee charge and the length of the session is calculated from the first day of instruction through the final exams and excludes any breaks of five days or more.
Calculation: Students will receive a pro-rata refund less a non-refundable administrative fee of $20. Refund checks are processed and forwarded to the student's address within 2 - 3 weeks from published drop date. A refund request form is not required unless students want to expedite the refund process. Allow 2 - 3 weeks from the date the refund request form is received and stamped by the Bursar's Office for checks to be processed.
A graduate international student enrolls for 12 units in session R2, paying $3,369 Tuition Fee, $4,464 (12 units x $372) Nonresident Tuition Fee, and $179 Campus Fees (total fees paid: $8,012). The student drops a 3-unit course in session R2 (3 units x $372 = $1,116) 15 days into the 54-day session. The student was enrolled for 27.8% of the 3-unit course and receives a refund of 72.2% of the nonresident tuition fee for the 3 units, $785.75 ($805.75 less $20 non-refundable administrative fee).
|>>>1,116 Nonresident Tuition Fee|
|>>>Non-refundable Administrative Fee|
A graduate international student enrolls for 12 units, 6 units in Session R1 and 6 units in Session R2, paying $3,369 Tuition Fee, $4,464 Nonresident Tuition Fee, and $179 Campus Fees (total fees paid: $8,012). The student drops a 3-unit course in session R2 (3 units x $372 = $1,116) 43 days into the 68-day combined sessions of R1 and R2. The student was enrolled for 63.2% of the combined sessions, however the drop deadline of the earliest session was June 29th, 12 days into the combined sessions of R1 and R2. The student receives NO REFUND.
Note: Student will not be eligible for Nonresident Tuition Fee refund for unit load change that results in a lower nonresident tuition fee charge after the published drop date unless a total withdrawal or cancellation of all classes takes place before 60% period of the session/s.
- Schedule of Tuition and Fees/Registration Process
- Fee Payment Deadlines
- Refund Guidelines
- Financial Aid Recipient Deadlines
- Miscellaneous Fees
- Payment Methods
- Installment Plans (There are no installment plans for the Summer Semester)
- Special Circumstances
- Important Dates