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  • Past Years Tuition & Fees | Cal State Monterey Bay
    2016 Catalog Menu Toggle navigation User s Guide General Information Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Costs Aid Tuition Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course

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  • Fee Waivers and Exemptions | Cal State Monterey Bay
    killed in action or died of a service connected disability and meets specified income provisions any dependents or surviving spouse registered domestic partner who has not remarried of a member of the California National Guard who in the line of duty and in active service of the state was killed or became permanently disabled or died of a disability as a result of an event while in active service of the state and undergraduate students who are the recipient of or the child of a recipient of a Congressional Medal of Honor and meet certain age and income restrictions Section 68120 Qualifying children and surviving spouses registered domestic partners of deceased public law enforcement or fire suppression employees who were California residents and who were killed in the course of active law enforcement or fire suppression duties referred to as Alan Pattee Scholarships Section 68121 Qualifying students enrolled in an undergraduate program who are the surviving dependent of any individual killed in the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City the Pentagon building in Washington DC or the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in southwestern Pennsylvania if the student meets the financial need requirements set forth in Section 69432 7 for the Cal Grant A Program and either the surviving dependent or the individual killed in the attacks was a resident of California on September 11 2001 Students who may qualify for these benefits should contact the Admissions Registrar s Office for further information and or an eligibility determination The California Education Code provides for the following nonresident tuition exemptions Section 68122 Students who are victims of trafficking domestic violence and other serious crimes who have been granted T or U visa status are exempt from paying nonresident tuition if they 1

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  • Payments, Refunds & Debts Owed | Cal State Monterey Bay
    to the first day of instruction for the term Information on procedures and deadlines for canceling registration and dropping classes is available in the Classes Planning section of the CSUMB EDU website You should call the Campus Service Center or check the CSUMB EDU calendar webpages to determine exact deadline dates for fee refunds For state supported semesters quarters and non standard terms or courses of four 4 weeks or more a student who withdraws during the term in accordance with the university s established procedures or drops all courses prior to the campus designated drop period will receive a refund of mandatory fees including nonresident tuition based on the portion of the term during which the student was enrolled No student withdrawing after the 60 percent point in the term will be entitled to a refund of any mandatory fees or nonresident tuition A student who within the campus designated drop period and in accordance with the campus procedures drops units resulting in a lower tuition and or mandatory fee obligation shall be entitled to a refund of applicable tuition and mandatory fees less an administrative charge established by the campus For state supported non standard terms or courses of less than four 4 weeks no refunds of mandatory fees and nonresident tuition will be made unless a student cancels registration or drops all classes in accordance with the university s established procedures and deadlines prior to the first day of instruction for state supported non standard terms or courses or prior to the first meeting for courses of less than four 4 weeks Students will also receive a refund of mandatory fees including nonresident tuition under the following circumstances The fees were assessed or collected in error The course for which the 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 mandatory fees were assessed and collected and the delayed decision was not due to incomplete or inaccurate information provided by the student or The student was activated for compulsory military service Students who are not entitled to a refund as described above you may petition the university for a refund demonstrating exceptional circumstances and the chief financial officer of the university or designee may authorize a refund if it is determined that the mandatory fees including non resident tuition fee were not earned by the university Information concerning any aspect of the refund of fees may be obtained from the Student Accounts Receivable Department located in the Campus Service Center Payment of Refunds All refunds will be assessed an administrative processing fee Refunds will be applied first toward any required return of funds that had been received by or on behalf of the student from federal state institutional or external sources that were conditioned on the student s enrollment and second against other amounts due to CSUMB If a student officially drop courses before the end of

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  • Health Insurance | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Search Main menu Log in Search Search Catalog 2015 2016 Catalog Menu Toggle navigation User s Guide General Information Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Costs Aid Tuition Fees Financial Aid Academic Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Policies Procedures Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation Catalog Archive Calendars Admissions Rights Responsibilities University Organization Complaint Procedure Tuition Fees Financial Aid Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Health Insurance For information and or to purchase medical coverage access www csuhealthlink com For claims eligibility and coverage questions contact Blue Cross Life Health Ins Company BC Life at 800 888 2108 or access www bluecrossca com Or for general questions you may call our health insurance administrators Wells Fargo of California Insurance Service Inc Student Insurance Division 800 853 5899 or 916 231 3399 Please note that the Campus Health Center CHC and Student Health Insurance are separate programs Matriculated students who have paid their health fees are eligible to receive medical care through the CHC whether or not you are covered by CSUMB sponsored student health insurance or any

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  • Student Body Fee | Cal State Monterey Bay
    may be established A student body association fee must be established upon a favorable vote of two thirds of the students voting in an election held for this purpose Education Code Section 89300 A student body center fee may be established only after a fee referendum is held which approves by a two thirds favorable vote the establishment of the fee Education Code Section 89304 Student body association fees support a variety of cultural and recreational programs childcare centers and special student support programs A student body center fee may be established only after a fee referendum is held which approves by a two thirds favorable vote the establishment of the fee Education Code Section 89304 Once bonds are issued authority to set and adjust student body center fees is governed by provisions of the State University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 including but not limited to Education Code sections 90012 90027 and 90068 The student body fee was established at CSUMB by student referendum in November 2000 The CSUMB President may adjust the student body association fee only after the fee adjustment has been approved by a majority of students voting in a referendum established for that purpose Education Code Section 89300 The required fee shall be subject to referendum at any time upon the presentation of a petition to the CSUMB President containing the signatures of 10 percent of the regularly enrolled students at the University Once bonds are issued authority to set and adjust student body center fees is governed by provisions of the State University Revenue Bond Act of 1947 including but not limited to Education Code sections 90012 90027 and 90068 Student body association fees support a variety of cultural and recreational programs childcare centers and special student support programs The process to establish and

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  • Cost & Need | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Credential Programs Certificate Programs International Programs Course Descriptions Registration Grades Probation Disqualification Graduation CSUMB Home Catalog Cost Need Annual Cost of Attendance The Cost of Attendance at CSUMB is listed below These costs are based on average student expenses for the nine month academic year Please consult the Tuition and Fees section of the catalog for further detail Cost Living with parents Living on campus Living off campus Tuition 4 884 4 884 4 884 Books supplies 1 386 1 386 1 386 Room board 3 474 9 152 10 710 Misc personal 2 520 2 520 2 520 Transportation 1 152 812 2 280 Total 13 416 18 754 21 780 Students who are not California residents pay an additional 372 per credit in tuition charges Credential student fees are 5 670 per academic year Postbaccalaureate student fees are 6 018 All fees are subject to change and approval by the state legislature All fees are subject to change and approval by the state legislature Computer Allowance The cost of education can be increased to reflect the cost of purchasing a computer This is a one time only allowance Study Abroad The cost of education may be adjusted to reflect expenses for approved programs for studying abroad Check with the Financial Aid Office before enrolling Summer Session and Winter Session Summer and Winter Session enrollment have separate registration costs Your costs of education may be adjusted if you choose to enroll for these sessions Loan Fees If your award letter offer includes a student loan be aware than an average origination fee of 2 5 will be deducted from your student loan Costs of Education Changes You must notify the Financial Aid Office if your living arrangements change since the completion of your FAFSA Changes

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  • Application & Deadlines | Cal State Monterey Bay
    the FAFSA is 032603 If you applied for financial aid the previous year a renewal FAFSA will be available online upon logging in to the FAFSA website Your renewal FAFSA will be submitted electronically Application for Admission You must be admitted to CSUMB before Financial Aid determines your financial aid eligibility A supplemental application is required for admission to the Educational Opportunity Program EOP You can obtain one from any California high school or college or from the CSUMB Educational Opportunity Office New Cal Grant Applicants If you are applying for Cal Grant A or Cal Grant B and you did not receive this grant in the previous academic years you must complete a Cal Grant grade point average GPA verification form You can obtain this form from high school and college counselors and financial aid offices Deadlines It is important to file applications as soon as possible after January 1 Those who have not yet filed taxes may provide estimated information Students who are admitted to the university for the Fall 2014 semester should complete the 2014 2015 FAFSA before notification of admission to the university You must apply before March 2 in order to qualify for Cal Grants Other grants are limited and are awarded on a first come first served basis Your application will be accepted after March 2 but you are more likely to only receive student loans You may also be asked to submit supporting documents before your financial aid eligibility is determined This could include copies of federal income tax returns or an income verification form if no tax return was filed You will receive a letter and or email from the CSUMB Financial Aid Office if additional forms are required Award Notification After you have turned in all required documents and have been admitted to CSUMB your application will be reviewed You may be asked for additional information if corrections are needed or if any information on your application is not clear It is important that you respond to all requests from the CSUMB Financial Aid Office as soon as possible Once your application has been reviewed you will receive written or electronic notification from the Financial Aid Office describing the types of financial aid for which you qualify You should read this award notification carefully and contact the Campus Service Center if you have questions Financial Aid OFfice Deadlines The Financial Aid Office observes the following deadlines Add Drop Deadline Financial Aid will not be recalculated onto a student s account if a change in enrollment occurs after the Add Drop deadline The student is responsible for paying additionally assessed fees SAP Deadline Required documentation SAP appeal academic plan ILP and a SAP workshop must be completed prior to the SAP deadline established for each term A SAP workshop schedule and SAP deadline will be published on the Financial Aid website every semester Consortium Agreement Deadline Consortium Agreements will not be processed after the Add Drop deadline All required documentation must be

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  • Grants, scholarships, loans and more | Cal State Monterey Bay
    Work Study Federal Work Study Federal Work Study is a federal employment program that places students in campus jobs You may work up to 20 hours per week Priority for FWS is given to students demonstrating the highest financial need Employment opportunities include community service Apply for financial aid by the priority filing deadline March 2 Student Assistant Employment The Student Assistant Employment program funded by CSUMB places students in part time campus employment For details and an employment application you should call the CSUMB Career Development Office 831 582 3845 or visit the CSUMB EDU career website Loans Federal Loans are a type of financial aid that must be repaid generally after the student graduates or drops below 1 2 time enrollment Unsubsidized and PLUS loans accrue interest from the time funds are disbursed to the student Loan limits interest rates and repayment terms are subject to change on a yearly basis Federal Direct Loan Program Via the Federal Direct Lending program the Department of Education acts as a lender providing funds for Subsidized Unsubsidized and PLUS loans Federal Direct Loans are available to students whose cost of attendance has not been fully met through other aid Payments may be deferred during the time of enrollement A student must be enrolled in at least six credits of undergraduate or four credits of master s degree coursework to be eligible and to retain deferred status Loan funds cannot be released if you have dropped below half time status have not made satisfactory progress or have any university holds Types of Direct Loans The Subsidized Loan is available only to students with financial need During the time recipients are in school enrolled half time or more the federal government will pay the 5 6 interest rate Repayment of interest and principle begins six months after the student is no longer enrolled at least half time The Unsubsidized Loan has the same repayment terms as the Subsidized Loan however the interest rate is 6 8 and the federal government does not pay the interest while students are in school Consequently interest is billed onto the loan beginning the 1st day of disbursement Payments may be deferred but the interest accrued while you are in school is added to the amount borrowed The federal government has set the following annual limits for Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans Freshman 0 29 earned credits 3 500 Sophomore 30 59 earned credits 4 500 Junior Senior and Teaching Credential 60 earned credits 5 500 Graduate Student 8 500 In addition to the loan amounts above if you qualify as independent you may also borrow an additional Unsubsidized Loan Please note Additional Unsubsidized Loan limits applicable to undergraduate students have increased by 2 000 for loans disbursed after July 1 2008 Eligibility is limited by the amount of your cost of attendance and is determined by subtracting any financial aid resources received from your costs of education If an undergraduate student graduating in December you are also limited

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