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Winter 2017

The Winter 2017 dates are January 3, 2017 through March 10, 2017. The Winter fee bills will be available via BroncoDirect on October 29, 2017.

Deadline to pay Winter 2017 Fees: Friday, December 2, 2016.

  1. Billing Information
  2. Schedule of Fees
  3. Professional Program Fee
  4. Non-Resident Tuition
  5. Late Registration
  6. Orientation Fees
  7. Parking Fees
  8. Parking Refund Policy
  9. Refund Policy

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Billing Information

Winter 2017 online fee bills include all outstanding charges including current registration, housing charges, mandatory orientation fees, if applicable, and any unpaid balance from previous terms. If you are paying by check, be sure to write your Bronco Number on your check, and the check MUST be signed. Any student who has outstanding charges and who anticipates financial aid must verify their status with the Financial Aid office on or before December 2, 2016.

Any student with outstanding charges who anticipates being fully sponsored must verify their status with Student Accounting & Cashiering Services on or before December 2, 2016. All enrolled students should view their student account status through BroncoDirect before December 2, 2016 Cal Poly Pomona does NOT mail out any student billing statement. If you have any questions regarding your student account, contact the Student Accounting & Cashiering Services office at (909) 869-2010. If making payment by mail, please include your name and Bronco ID number on the check.

You are subject to normal collection actions for unpaid debts including but not limited to: assessment of late registration and past due fees, withholding of University services, withholding of credit for and disenrollment from some or all classes, referral of the debt to a collection agency and/or credit reporting agency, intercept of amounts due you from the State of California and/or legal action. You are obligated to pay all costs of collection, including attorney fees, collection agency fees and court costs.

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Fee Schedule

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

Undergraduate
Qualified Teacher Credential
Graduate
Education Doctorate
0-6.0 units
6.1 & above
0-6.0 units
6.1 & above
0-6.0 units
6.1 & above
All Students
Tuition Fee
$1,058.00
$1,824.00
$1,228.00
$2,116.00
$1,302.00
$2,246.00
$3,706.00
Auxiliary Fees
Medical Facility
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
Union
$241.83
$241.83
$241.83
$241.83
$241.83
$241.83
$241.83
ASI Fee
$35.10
$35.10
$35.10
$35.10
$35.10
$35.10
$35.10
IRA Fee
$12.00
$12.00
$12.00
$12.00
$12.00
$12.00
$12.00
Student Health Fee
$84.91
$84.91
$84.91
$84.91
$84.91
$84.91
$84.91
Student Success Fee
$138.25
$138.25
$138.25
$138.25
$138.25
$138.25
$138.25
Total Registration and Tuition Fees
$1,572.09
$2,338.09
$1742.09
$2630.09
$1,816.09
$2760.09
$4,220.09

*IMPORTANT NOTICE to Student:

All courses with the course number 699 are Masters Degree Continuation courses, designed to avoid break in residence. These courses are 0 unit courses, but represent 1 unit of progress and are billed as such.

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Professional Program Fee - $169 per unit per quarter

The Professional Program Fee is paid on a per unit basis in addition to the Tuition Fee and campus fees for the following graduate programs:

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Accountancy
Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Business Administration

For further information regarding the Professional Program Fee, please refer to the Executive Order 1054 (PDF)

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Non Resident Tuition Fee

In addition to the Mandatory Fees listed above, Non-residents must also pay $248 per unit for out-of-state tuition (No NRT Annual Cap). Non-resident tuition fee is required for students who are not California residents for one year prior to the resident determination date, which for the Winter 2017 term is January 5.

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Late Registration

Late registration period refers to the Add/ Drop Period. Adding class(es) during this time will incur a $25 late registration fee. During the add/drop period, you may log on to BroncoDirect to register for classes. To sign in, you need your BroncoName and BroncoPassword. Check with the Help Desk at 909- 869-6776, if you have forgotten your BroncoName and BroncoPassword.

  • Your tuition fees must be paid in full in order for you to be eligible to register for the next quarter.
  • Please log on to BroncoDirect and check your student account after the add/drop period has ended to verify your charges.
  • If you are receiving financial aid and it is not enough to cover your balance, you are still responsible for paying the difference. You are encouraged to pay your balance in full in order to be able to register for the next quarter.
  • If you intend to withdraw, please contact the Registrar’s Office for the proper procedure. You should also contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarship and/or Student Accounting and Cashiering Services so we may update your records.
  • As a reminder, if you withdraw from your class(es) after the first day of the quarter, you will be responsible for prorated fees owed.

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Orientation Fees

Mandatory Freshman Orientation Program Costs

Mandatory Transfer Orientation Program Costs

Fees for the Parent/Family Orientation programs are assessed separately because they are not mandatory programs. Contact Orientation Services at (909) 869-3604 for more information.

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Parking Fees

Parking Rate Schedule

Click here for a tutorial and ordering instructions.

To replace your parking decal, you must go to Parking and Transportation Services, Building 109.

Parking Refund

Parking Refund Schedule

Please see Parking and Transportation Services Parking Policies and Procedures.

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Refund Policy for Winter 2017

RESULTING FROM WITHDRAWING OR DROPPING ALL CLASSES

Students will be entitled to a full refund of mandatory fees, non-resident tuition, and tuition fee ONLY if they cancel their registration or drop ALL classes PRIOR TO FIRST DAY OF INSTRUCTION for an academic term (prior to January 03, 2017 for Winter 2017 Term).

Students who drop ALL classes on or after January 03, 2017 and up to 60% point in academic period (February 16, 2017 for Winter 2017) will be entitled to a pro-rata refund.

The pro-rata refund is determined on the basis of the date of the student's withdrawal and the length of the academic period. The length of the academic period is calculated from the first day of instruction through the final exam day of the academic period and excludes any breaks of five (5) days or more.

How to calculate Pro-rated refund:

1. Count number of days from January 3, 2017 to actual withdrawal date.
2. Divide the number of days by 74 (number of days in Winter 2017) and multiply it by actual fees paid to get your pro-rated fee.
3. Subtract pro-rated fee from actual fees paid. This will be your refund, minus an administrative charge of $5.00.

Estimate Example:

1. A student, who is a resident and a full-time undergrad, withdraws from all his classes on  January 10, 2016 (8 days).
2. 8 / 74 x $2338.09 = $252.77
3. $2,338.09 - $252.77 = $2,085.32 less $5.00 administrative charge, refund amount = $2,080.32.

Exceptions: Tuition and mandatory fees shall be refunded and no administrative charge if:

  • Tuition and Mandatory fees were assessed or collected in error,
  • The course for which the tuition and mandatory fees were assessed or collected was cancelled by the university,
  • The university makes a delayed decision that the student was not eligible to enroll in the term for which the mandatory fees were assessed and collected and the delayed decision was not due to incomplete or inaccurate information provided by the student.
  • The student was activated for compulsory military service.

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REFUND RESULTING FROM DROPPING SOME BUT NOT ALL UNITS:

Students who drop some but not all units resulting in a lower Tuition Fee and Non-Resident Tuition Fee (NRT) within the campus designated drop period (on or before September28, 2016 for Winter 2017 term) and in accordance with campus procedures will be entitled to a refund of the applicable difference in Tuition Fee levels (full time 6.1 units or more) to (part time 6.0 or less) and the number of units charged for NRT.

ALL REFUNDS ARE AUTOMATED AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO A $5.00 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE.

Enrollment Adjustment Period
Reduce Units by Dropping SOME Classes
Drop or Withdraw ALL Classes
#1 On or before January 2, 2017
#1 and #2 100% reduction in calculated charges for Tuition Fees
#1 Full Refund
#2 January 3, 2017 through January 8, 2017
#2 & #3 Pro-rated refund based on date of withdrawal
#3 January 9, 2017  through February 16, 2017
#3 & #4 No refund
#4 After February 16, 2017 (over 60% point in the academic period)
#4 No Refund

Refund will be processed and mailed to

your address of record generally about 6 weeks after the beginning of the quarter.

Note: For students receiving financial aid, please be aware that any refund resulting from withdrawal or a change in program will first be credited to the financial aid funds awarded.

For the refund policy on Open University enrollments, please see CEU's website

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