Fall Quarter 2014 term dates are September 25, 2014 through December 13, 2014. Payment begins July 14, 2014.
Please note that all tuition and fees are subject to change.
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 initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, 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.
Tuition and Fees Procedure and Information
Tuition and fees must be paid before registering for classes unless a student is fully awarded financial aid grants, loans, or scholarships, is sponsored by a third party or is participating in a payment plan. Incomplete or non-payment of tuition and fees may result in a hold being placed on the student's account, possible disenrollment from the current term, and forfeiture of tuition and fees already paid. Students may also become ineligible to participate in a payment plan for two consecutive terms.
Students who drop-after the first day of the quarter and up to the 60% point will be charged a prorated fee based on the date of the drop. Please refer to the Proration Schedule available in the Disbursement website.
|Fall Quarter 2014||0 - 6.0 units||6.1 units or more|
|University Student Union||$91.50||$91.50|
|Instructionally Related Activities||$20.00||$20.00|
|Student Health Services||$55.00||$55.00|
|Student Success Fee||$82.66||$82.66|
|Tuition, (Credential Program)||$1,228.00||$2,116.00|
|Initial Teaching Credential Program Total||$1,519.36||$2,2407.36|
|Tuition, (Graduate / BP)||$1,302.00||$2,246.00|
|Graduate / BP Total||$1,593.36||$2,537.36|
For new and re-admitted students that have paid the Enrollment Deposit fee for Fall 2014, please reduce your tuition payment by $100.00. (Does not apply to continuing students.
Please note: Courses numbered 900, for fee purposes is considered equivalent to a one-unit course.
|Tuition and Mandatory Fees||Education Doctorate Fee (semester)|
|Associated Student Body||$26.87|
|Instructionally Related Activities||$30.00|
|Student Health Services||$82.50|
|Total Tuition and Fees for EdD||$5,994.03|
Professional Program fee $169.00 per unit
The Professional Program Fee is paid on a per unit basis, in addition to basic tuition and fees for the following current graduate business programs:
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Master of Science (M.S.) program in Accountancy
Master of Science (M.S.) program in Business Administration
Master of Science (M.S.) program in Health Care Management
Master of Science (M.S.) program in Information Systems
In addition to basic tuition and fees, non-resident students must pay $248 per unit. The fee applies to all non-resident of California including international (visa) students on an F or J visa.
Tuition and Fees Payment Plans
|Comprehensive Exam (Payment not required if taking classes)||$10.00|
|Late Fee (non-refundable) begins on 8/25/14 for continuing students and 9/25/14 for new and returning students||$25.00|
|Cal State LA One Card (Picture must be taken only during the quarter in which student paid)||$5.00|
|Writing Proficiency Exam (non-refundable) English 102 prerequisite must be completed before paying fee||$25.00|
August 25, 2014 - Late fee for continuing students.
September 3, 2014 - Deadline to sign-upfor Management Payment Plan.
September 24, 2014 - Deadline to drop all courses for 100% refund and not be charged the proration charge.
September 25, 2014 - Fall classes begin. Late fee begins for new and returning student. First financial aid disbursement.
October 9, 2014 - Deadline to pay Fall 2014 tuition and fees. Deadline to sign-up for the Installment Payment Plan and Partial Refunds.
You may view your finances on your student account online through GET which displays tuition and fees and other financial information. Please note: Billing statements are not mailed, only available on GET.
Students who have an outstanding balance will be sent an email notification to their Cal State L.A. email address after the add deadline established in the Schedule of Classes. You may download the tuition and fees billing statement on GET during the 4th week of every quarter. Students failure to pay by the billing due date may result in a hold placed on the student account, possible disenrollment from the current term and forfeiture of tuition fees already made.
Students that anticipate financial aid funds must verify their award status with the Financial Aid Office before the billing due date to prevent disenrollment from classes. Students that have a third party sponsor and have an outstanding balance will receive an email notification and may download their billing statement on GET for information purposes only. Please note that it will be the student's responsibility if the sponsor does not pay this balance.
Payments by cash or check must be paid prior to enrolling for classes. Your full payment will allow you to register on the same day, if it is your scheduled appointment date on GET. The Cashier’s Office hours are Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Credit card, debit card, and electronic check payments can be made through CASHNet Smartpay – you must pay your tuition and fees in full prior to registering for classes. Smartpay operates 24 hours a day; seven days a week, but payments received after 9:00 pm will not be posted to your account until the following business day. Weekend and holiday payments will not be posted until the following business day.
Debit and Electronic Check are available on CASHNet Smartpay for a $5.00 service charge. You can also pay with your ATM/Debit card that contains one of the following logos: STAR, NYCE OR PULSE. Accepted credit cards are American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard and Visa with a 2.75% service charge. Please log on to: https://commerce.cashnet.com/csulapay.
Mail or Depository drop box:
Check or money order payments mailed or drop off in the Cashier’s depository drop box may take three business days to process before you can register for classes. The Cashier’s Office is not responsible for payments sent by U.S. Mail until received. Please make checks payable to CSULA or California State University, Los Angeles. Please include your campus ID number (CIN) on your check.
Mail payments to:
Cal State L.A.
Cashier's Office, ADM. 128
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032-8524
Download the Fall 2014 Fee Analysis Form
Download the Fall 2014 Tuition and Fees Information
Financial Aid Student
You may register for classes if Financial Aid has awarded and authorized to cover your tuition and fees. If your aid does not fully cover the tuition and fees, payment must be made for the difference before you can register for classes. For questions regarding your award, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (323)343-6260.
Fall 2014 Refund Policy
California State University, Los Angeles course withdrawal and tuition and fees refund policy is established in accordance with Section 41802 in Title 5 of California Code of Regulations, and the United State Department of Education regulations governing Title IV financial aid.
|September 24, 2014|
Full (100%) Refund Deadline Date-Complete withdrawal
Students must drop all courses/units or withdral from the University on Sept. 24, 2014 before the first day of classes to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees, professional program fee and non-resident tuition fee.
|September 25 - October 9, 2014|
Add/Drop Period. Partial Refund Dates-Reduction in Unit Load
Students who drop some but not all courses/units resulting in a lower tuition fee, or professional program fee, and or non-resident tuition fee within the campus designated drop period will be entitled to a refund of the difference in tuition and fees and a prorata refund of the Professional Program fee or Non-resident tuition fee, if applicable. The tuition difference is from (6.1 or more units) to (0 to 6 units).
September 25 - November 11, 2014
Pro-rata Refund Dates
Students who drop all courses/units or completely withdraw from the University on the first day of classes and no later than the sixty point in the quarter will receive a pro-rata refund of tuition and fees, professional program fee and non-resident tuition fee. The pro-rata refund is based on the drop or withdraw date and the length of the quarter minus proration charge. Students must pay tuition and fees, professional program fee and non-resident tuition fee for the number of days enrolled.