Tuition and Fees

Financial Aid

How can I get financial aid advising or contact the Center for Student Financial Aid?

For financial aid advising, please complete an advising request form. An advisor will respond to your request via email. 

The Center for Student Financial Aid is now offering limited online advising appointments through Microsoft Teams. You can schedule a 15-minute advising appointment with the advisor assigned to the first letters of your last name. Appointments will open every Sunday until slots are filled for the week.

The Financial Aid Office can be reached at (323) 343-6260.

How can I submit financial aid documents?

The Financial Aid Office is allowing for online document submission. Forms for financial aid and scholarships can be accessed via the financial aid forms webpage

Documents can be mailed to: Center for Student Financial Aid, Student Affairs Building - Room 124 (SA-124), California State University, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032.

If you must drop off documents, you can use a secure drop box located outside the Cashier’s Office (ADM 128) next to service window #2. Put all your documents in an envelope, seal it, and drop it off at your convenience.

Tuition and Payments

How can I make tuition and fee payments?

You can make payments online by visiting the Cashier’s Office website.

If you need to drop off paperwork, please leave it in the secure box to the left of the Cashier's Office window. You can also mail payments to: Cashier’s Office, Administration Building, Room 128, California State University, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032.

You can call the Cashier’s Office at (323) 343-3630 or email [email protected]

For student loans, call (323) 343-5357. For the Service Center call (323) 343-5430 or email [email protected]. For additional information, check the Student and Finance Service Centers website.

When is the deadline to pay spring tuition and fees?

Students who have an outstanding balance for non-payment of fees and fail to pay their fees by February 16, will be disenrolled, resulting in the cancellation of all spring semester class registrations and loss of access to online resources. In this instance, a "withdrawn" status will also be reported to student lenders.