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How to Pay Tuition and Fees

  1. Viewing Your Fees Online
  2. Paying Your Fees
  3. Payment Receipt
  4. Financial Aid Fee Deferment
  5. Late Registration
  6. Unpaid Balance
  7. Withdrawal/Dropping of Classes
  8. Dishonored Credit Cards or Delinquent Accounts

1. Viewing Your Fees Online

If you register during the registration period, your fees are posted to your student account approximately two weeks before the fee payment deadline.  The fee payment deadline varies by quarter and is usually four to five weeks prior to the first day of classes.  If you are  registering during the Add/Drop Period, your fees are posted and due the day you are registering.   For specific dates, go to the quarter in which you are being charged fees: 

You may view student account in your BroncoDirect Student Center in the Finances section.   It is your responsibility to meet all fee payment deadlines to avoid cancellation of your courses.

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2. Paying Your Fees

You have several options for paying your tuition and fees.

Please see Paying your Bill for more information

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3. Payment Receipt

If you pay by credit card or e-check, you will receive an email confirmation or may print your receipt online.  If you pay by mail or drop box, your cancelled check will serve as your receipt or, if you would like a cash register receipt, enclose a self-addressed stamp envelope with your payment and make your request clear.  If you pay in person, you will receive a cash register receipt.  For a duplicate receipt, go the the Cashier’s Office or contact Student Accounting & Cashiering Services at 909.869.6869.

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4. Financial Aid Fee Deferment

If you have been awarded financial aid, you  need to verify that your student account shows “Anticipated or Pending Financial Aid.”  Classes will not be cancelled if you have anticipated or pending financial aid on your student account.  If your financial aid is cancelled at a later time, you are responsible for paying fees.  If your fees are deferred and you decide not to enroll, you are responsible for dropping your courses or you will owe the university.  Any questions on financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at 909.869.3700 or visit their website at http://www.csupomona.edu/~financial-aid/.

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5. Late Registration

After the initial fee due date and during late registration period, late registration holds (BRL) are placed on student accounts, since prepayment of at least six (6) units or half-time is required in order to late register.  Upon payment of fees and late registration fee of $25.00, the hold will be removed to allow students to register.  Late registration fee do not apply, if you are enrolling for the first time.  For students who do not intend to enroll in the current quarter, do not be alarmed, the holds will be removed after late registration.

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6. Unpaid Balance

Supplemental bills for new charges and unpaid balance are posted after the end of the Add/Drop Period.  You are responsible for paying any unpaid balance by the Supplemental Fee Deadline which is usually two weeks after fees are posted.

If any balance remains outstanding after the supplemental fee payment deadline, a financial hold (BFH) will be placed on your account.  This hold will prevent services such as transcripts, application for graduation and other services.  This will also prevent enrollment in a subsequent quarter.  To avoid services from being withheld, pay by payment due date deadline.

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7. Withdrawal/Dropping of Classes

After the Add/Drop Period, adjustments will be made if you have officially withdrawn from all courses.  Charges may be pro-rated based on the number of days completed in the quarter, regardless of your financial aid status.  Refunds are not available for withdrawals submitted after 60% of the enrollment period has been completed.

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8. Dishonored Credit Card Charges or Delinquent Student Accounts

Delinquent student  accounts will be sent to collections after several unsuccessful attempts to collect and collection and/r legal charges may apply.  In addition, the delinquent account will be sent to the Franchise Tax Board for offset against lottery winnings or state income tax refunds.  Please call Student Accounting and Cashiering Services at 909.869.6869 for payment arrangements, if needed.

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