Graduate fees are a combination of tuition and mandatory campus fees. Tuition is assessed at a flat-rate amount, which is dictated by a student's unit load (part-time or full-time).
|Fees||Part Time Fees
(6.0 units or less)
|Full Time Fees
(6.1 units or more)
|Child Care Services||10.00||10.00|
|Mental Health Fee||96.00||96.00|
|Academic Excellence and Student Success (AESS)||250.00||250.00|
*=Total does not include nonresident tuition (where applicable)
Certain courses have additional fees outlined below.
|User Fee Description||Fee|
|Academic Technology Services Equipment Fee - See equipment checkout fee schedule.||Varies|
|Administrative Late Fee (Failure to meet administratively required appointment or time limit fee).||$15.00|
|Alumni Placement Fee||$25.00|
|Application Fee for CSU Admission (non-refundable)||$55.00|
|Bicycle Storage fee- per semester||$15.00|
|Biology 210, 211||$25.00|
|Biology course fee: 160, 175, 176, 177, 178, 351, 352, 353, 354 & 367 - (fee per class)||$45.00|
|Biotechnology course fee: BIOT 355, 356 (fee per class)||$45.00|
|Chemistry Lab Breakage fee- Cost of broken lab equipment||Varies|
|Chemistry lower division course fees: CHEM 105L, 150L, 201L, 202L, 250L, 275 (fee per class)||$30.00|
|Chemistry upper division course fees: CHEM 351L, 404L, 405, 416, 499 (fee per class)||$35.00|
|College of Education Application Credential fee||$25.00|
|Computing Services fee||$30.00|
|Dishonored Checks & Credit Card fee||$20.00|
|Foreign Language Proficiency Test fee||$91.00|
|General Education, Science (GES) 102||$20.00|
|Health Services Augmented fee||$8.00-15.00|
|Health Services Augmented Cancellation fee||$20.00|
|Kinesiology course fees: 200, 201 (fee per class)||$15.00|
|Kinesiology course fees: 305, 406 (fee per class)||$25.00|
|Kinesiology course fees: 300, 425||$30.00|
|Kinesiology course fees: 302, 326 (fee per class)||$35.00|
|Kinesiology course fees: 104||$45.00|
|Late Graduation Application fee||$15.00|
|Late Registration fee||$25.00|
|Late Payment fee||$15.00|
|Mass Media course fee: VSAR 329||$20.00|
|Mass Media course fee: VSAR 457||$5.00|
|Music course fee: MUSC 120||$10.00|
|Music course fee: MUSC 310||$20.00|
|Music course fee: MUSC 322||$20.00|
|Music course fee: MUSC 402||$10.00|
|Music course fee: MUSC 427||$30.00|
|Nursing - EL Course Fee||$75.00|
|Nursing Program Evaluation Fee||$50.00|
|Nursing - LVN - BSN Sills Assessment Fee||$100.00|
|Nursing - TEAS Exam Fee (non-refundable)||$65.00|
|Orientation fee - Incoming Freshman||$95.00|
|Orientation fee - Transfer student||$70.00|
|Orientation fee - Family members full day (each, up to 2 guests per student)||$45.00|
|Orientation fee - First Year Student with Overnight||$165.00|
|Painting course fee: VSAR 200, 350 (fee per class)||$20.00|
|Parking fee - Auto per semester||$338.00|
|Parking fee - Academic Year||$643.00|
|Parking fee (all other parking fees)||Varies|
|Payment Plan Installment Fee||$25.00|
|Photo ID - New/Replacement fee||$5.00|
|Photo ID - Temporary (ALCI, Open University) fee||$2.00|
|Physics Lower Division course fees: PHYS 201, 202, 203, 205, 206 (fee per class)||$25.00|
|Physics Upper Division course fees: PHYS 301, 402 (fee per class)||$30.00|
|Psychology course fee: PSYC 402||$29.00|
|Student Laptop Computer Security Repair fee||$30.00|
|Theatre Arts Course fee: TA 305, 489 (fee per class)||$20.00|
|Thesis Binding fee||$25.00|
|Transcript Waiver Evaluation fee||$25.00|
|Visiting Artist/Art Professional Fee: VPA 302||$30.00|
|Visual Arts course fee: VSAR 110, 130, 131, 200, 301, 303, 304, 305, 306, 309, 350, 406, 440 (fee per class)||$20.00|
|Visual and Performing Arts Overdue Equipment Late fee per hour||$2.00|
|Visual and Performing Arts course fee: VPA 329||$20.00|
|Visual and Performing Arts course fee: VPA 457||$5.00|
*User fees are subject to change pending approval in accordance with University procedures.
All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, or the Presidents, as appropriate. Changes in mandatory system wide fees will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act (Sections 66028-66028.6 of the Education Code.)
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. The CSU reserves 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.
The tuition fee is used to support basic instruction and other mandatory university costs. It Includes Undergraduate, Graduate, Post-Bac, Credential and the Education Doctorate.
The non-resident tuition is charged to non-resident students, to cover the full cost of education. No state support is provided for non-resident students.
The professional program fee is charged only to students enrolled in specific Graduate Professional Business programs such as the MBA program.
The AESS fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. The AESS fee will support three priorities: Add sections for high demand courses, expanded library hours and resources, and student academic support.
The academic records fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. Funds are used for diplomas (printing and mailing of diplomas), graduation ceremony, and transcripts (unlimited transcripts).
The ASI fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. This fee is collected for and controlled by Associated Student, Inc. (ASI).
The athletics fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. Funds are used to support the intercollegiate athletic program.
The Child Care Services fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. Funds are used to maintain and operate the Center for Children and Families.
The health facilities fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. The health facilities fee is charged to support a health center facility.
The Health Services fee is charged to all students, to make a basic concert of campus based health services available.
The IRA fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. Funds are used to provide support for essential educational experiences such as: Intercollegiate athletics, drama and musical productions; art exhibits, publications and journalism.
Mandatory campus fee that helps cover various costs associated with providing mental health services for students.
The recreation fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university.
The student union fee is a mandatory fee required to enroll or attend the university. The Student Union fee is paid to help support the university student union facility.
Fees associated with courses. Specifically materials and services used in concert with the basic foundation of an academic course offering.