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  • Fees, Deadlines & Refunds
    of state tax refunds collection agency referral and or small claims court where you will be responsible for all applicable INSTALLMENT PAYMENT PLAN Resident Tuition Fees Installment Payment Plan The Installment Payment Plan requires that tuition fees and campus fees are paid in four installments The down payment is due on your original due date and represents the campus fees Instructional Related Activities Associated Students Inc Programs Intercollegiate Athletics Spirit Leaders Recreational Sports Transportation Health Facilities University Union Student Health and Counseling Services and Hornet Newspaper Fee and a one time 33 00 non refundable administrative fee The last day to sign up on the plan is September 15 2015 for Fall 2015 and February 9 2016 for Spring 2016 You may not use the IPP if you have a fee waiver or a third party sponsor If you have registered late you may owe as much as the first two payments to avoid enrollment cancellation Late installment payments will incur a fee of 15 each time you are late Missed payments or rejected checks may result in inability to use the Installment Payment Plans for all subsequent semesters enrollment cancellation forfeiture of fees already paid and a hold on your record If you lose your classes you may not be able to get them back due to wait lists Cancellation of your enrollment may result in pro rated fees charged to your account If you re enroll in the same term you may be charged a 100 re enrollment fee a 25 late registration fee and a 15 late payment fee Re enrollment eligibility after the term begins may be subject to instructor approval and require payment of tuition fees IN FULL with guaranteed funds cash cashier s check or money order prior to being added back into your courses Failure to pay may result in additional collection costs including those associated with referral to a third party collection agency Follow the 4 step process below to enroll in the Installment Payment Plan view the step by step tutorial Log on to the Student Center through your MySacState at www my csus edu Scroll down to the Finances Section and click on the drop down menu arrow Select the Payment Plan option Follow the on screen instructions to be put on the plan Non resident Tuition Installment Payment Plan If you are a domestic non resident or International student you are eligible for this plan unless you have previously defaulted The Education Code allows a non resident student to pay the required non resident tuition on an installment basis limited to three equal installment payments A 15 non refundable administrative fee will be assessed on the total non resident amount You are responsible for the due dates of the installment plan as stated on your contract You will not receive paper bills in the mail Non resident students who wish to use this installment plan MUST go to the Student Financial Services Center in Lassen Hall 1001 to sign an agreement At that time you will be required to pay registration fees Non resident students may use both the installment Payment Plan and the Non Resident Tuition Installment Payment Plans Fall 2015 Semester Non Resident Installment due dates October 16 2015 November 16 2015 December 16 2015 Spring 2016 Semester Non Resident Installment due dates March 10 2016 April 10 2016 May 10 2016 ADDITIONAL FEES 15 00 Late Payment Fee This fee applies to when payments are not made by their due dates 20 00 Checks or Credit Cards Returned for Any Cause Persons having more than one check electronic or paper returned to the University from the bank will not have any checks accepted for their duration at Sacramento State This includes checks written by another party on the individual s behalf These persons are required to make payment by cash money order cashier s check or credit card only 25 00 Late Registration Fee This fee applies to those registering during the late registration period This also applies to those who have been canceled and are re registering during this period 100 00 Reenrollment Fee This fee applies to those who have been canceled and are reenrolling for the same term as of the 1 st day of instruction or later Course Fees Campus departments may add additional course fees to your account Most of these fees are added at the time of registration or shortly thereafter These departments are but not limited to Art Biology Chemistry Geology Kinesiology Nursing Theatre Arts Parking Fees Weekly and semester parking permits are available for purchase by showing a valid Sacramento State OneCard at the Student Financial Services Center located in Lassen Hall or the University Transportation Parking Services UTAPS office Daily parking permits are available from a daily parking permit machine or at the UTAPS office Visit the University Transportation and Parking website for list of current fees and regulations NOTE This is not a complete listing of all fees that may be charged by the University PAYMENT OPTIONS Online Payment Go to the My Sac State Student Center and choose Account Inquiry then click the green button to make an online payment Debit Card 5 00 flat fee Note Some banks and credit unions do not participate in the pin less debit program eCheck 5 00 flat fee Credit Card 2 75 of total amount Visa Master Card American Express Discover Parent Pin CASHNet Online Services allows a student to create a PIN to allow parents to access their CASHNet Online Account information This feature eliminates the need to share your SacLink username and password information with your parents Students How to Create a Parent Pin Log on to MySacState Go to your Student Center Select Account Inquiry Select the Activity tab Select the Make an Online Payment button Select Parent Payment Select the Add New link Parents How to Access CASHNet Online Service Go to https commerce cashnet com csusacpay Enter the login information and password

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/aba/Student-Financial-Services/fees_deadlines_refunds.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Financial Aid Home
    Student Categories California Dream Act CCE College of Continuing Ed Summer Financial Aid Veteran Success Center Study Abroad International Exchange Programs FAQs Resources Communications Archive Strategic Goals and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Contact Us Lassen Hall Lobby 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6044 Phone 916 278 6554 Fax 916 278 6082 Click to Email Us Student Service Center Hours Office Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Phones Monday Friday 9 am 4 pm Drop In Counseling Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Scholarship Hours Monday Friday 9 11 30 am 1 3 pm Phone 916 278 6179 More information Follow Us pause play button FA Awareness Receive financial aid assistance at one of our events read more about FA Awareness Disbursement Information Find out how your aid is disbursed read more about Disbursement Information Manage Your Student Loans Understand the student loan repayment plans and options read more about Manage Your Student Loans Satisfactory Academic Program SAP Students receiving financial aid must meet SAP read more about Satisfactory Academic Program SAP Updates Announcements The 2016 2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA and the Dream Act application are available online Sacramento State s Federal School Code is 001150 Remember the priority filing date is March 2 FA Awareness Attend the Flash Your FAFSA and DREAM Big Event to assist you in filing your 2016 2017 financial aid application and help answer any questions you have about the process SAP Probation If you were on probation from the Fall 2015 semester we will begin review of fall grades the week of January 11th If you did not meet fall probation standards you will be required to make payment on Spring tuition fees by January 20th Appeals for Spring will not be considered

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/faid/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Parents & Families Home
    Fees Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Contact Us Lassen Hall 2205 O 916 278 4353 parentsfamilies csus edu Monday Friday 8 a m 5 p m pause play button Your Guide to Sacramento State Info for Parents Academic Resources Campus Life Money Matters About Sacramento Support Sac State Mission The mission of the Sacramento State Parents Families Program is to create and strengthen the vital partnership between parents and families of enrolled students and the University The primary functions of the program include Promoting information about campus resources Supporting student success Generating support and goodwill for the campus Creating an interactive role for parents and families within the campus community and beyond Welcome As the new President Robert S Nelsen joins the Sac State family he is excited to help your student be successful by redefining the possible Watch President Nelsen s welcome video now Serve on the Council If you would like to learn more about serving

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Academic Advising Home
    5 p m Follow Us pause play button Class of 2019 Get on the FastTrack2Grad and meet your advisor read more about Class of 2019 New for Spring 2016 Check out these tips for success and how to get involved on campus read more about New for Spring 2016 Tutorial Videos Learn how to crash classes figure out your G E and much more read more about Tutorial Videos Choose

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/acad/ (2016-02-12)
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  • SO&L Home
    Do The SO L Team SO L Student Assistants Campus Events Club Days in the Quad Swarm Day Clubs Organizations Finding a Group Starting a Group Club Mailboxes Full Circle Project Greek Life Greek Life Calendar History Pilliars Finding A Group How to Join Current Members For Parents Leadership Awards Recognition Leadership Conferences Leadership Initiative LI Veterans LI Workshops OrgSync Connect Sport and Recreation Clubs Sport Clubs Recreation Clubs Sport Club Calendar Sport Club Schedules Website Schedules Student Leader Resources Student Organization Handbook Leader Resource Guides ASI DOC Grants Teambuilding Programs Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Contact Us University Union 2nd Floor 916 278 6595 getinvolved csus edu Office Hours Fall and Spring Semesters Monday Friday 8 a m 5 p m Drop In Advising Hours Fall and Spring Semesters Monday Friday 3 4 p m Summer Hours Monday Friday 7 30 a m 4 p m Follow Us pause play button Campus Events Show your campus pride Clubs Organizations Get involved in Sac State s vibrant campus life Full Circle Project Dream achieve inspire Greek Life Be a part of the Greek community Leadership Build your leadership skills Sport Recreation Clubs Join a team

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/soal/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Directions to Campus
    Webpages close About Academics Admissions Athletics Make A Gift Click to show Quick Links Calendars Catalog College Portrait Colleges Depts Computing Technology Jobs Library Online Courses SacCT SacLink Visitors Information Home Campus Map Other Visitor Info Parking General Parking Event Campus Tours Events Calendar Ticket Office Hornet Bookstore Campus Directory Directions to Campus Sac State Info About Sac State Facts Stats Commencement admissions Admissions Office Financial Aid Academics California State

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  • Meet the President
    clothing we d have for the year Nelsen found his escape from the hardscrabble life on the back of a horse and in books He may be the only male university president who has read the entire Nancy Drew mystery series An older girl gave him her set because she knew he liked to read He also read practically every book in his high school library including the ponderous History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon He was a good student at Ennis High School but had no interest in higher education He considered joining the professional rodeo circuit until one of his teachers intervened I was smart Nelsen says and he was mad at me because I wasn t applying myself He made me fill out college application forms and it was late in the process but because my parents were Mormon the one school I could get into at the last moment was Brigham Young University Nelsen who is the first in his family to attend college earned his bachelor s and master s degrees in political science from BYU During his freshman year he worked as a janitor cleaning campus buildings and had a side job painting curbside street addresses His first W 2 form which he keeps in his desk at Sac State to share with students shows that he earned 854 14 that year as a janitor and 188 as a curb painter Later he took a job managing the Western wear department at an Orem Utah sporting goods store He conspired to meet Jody Hawkins the younger sister of one of his co workers by pricing the bell bottom corduroys he knew she liked at just 1 a pair Jody a freshman at BYU and her mother came into the store as he hoped she would and Nelsen boldly asked her for a date Everybody knew this was going to happen and they were all up on the balcony looking down She couldn t say no because everyone was watching he says Their first date was to see the 1941 Disney cartoon Dumbo at a drive in in Nelsen s van with the fake fur lined interior On their second date they stopped at an Albertson s grocery store where Nelsen impulsively dropped a nickel in a gumball machine And out comes a diamond ring so I get down on my knee and propose he says She is furious She is so mad People are surrounding us and finally she has to say yes We go out to the van and she gives that ring back so fast That s how we got to know each other We ve been together for 40 years Writing teaching and leading After finishing graduate school in 1979 Nelsen was accepted at the University of Chicago s John U Nef Committee on Social Thought where students read whatever their professor is reading and usually at the professor s home After earning his

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/president/ (2016-02-12)
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  • UTAPS Home
    916 278 PARK 7275 Fax 916 278 5078 Physical Address 7667 Folsom Blvd Folsom Hall Mailing Address University Transportation Parking Services UTAPS Folsom Hall 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6076 Regular Hours Fall and Spring Monday Friday 7 30am 4 30pm Info Booth 1 near J St Entrance Monday Friday 7 30am 5 00pm Info Booth 2 near Alumni Center Monday Friday 7 30am 4 30pm Summer Hours May 26 August 21 Monday Friday 7 30am 4 00pm SPECIAL HOURS OFFICE CLOSURES Welcome to UTAPS Online Parking Services Purchase a Permit Pay a Citation Appeal a Citation Manage your Account News Alerts 2015 Parking Changes EV Charging Stations Information Care of Your Parking Permit Drive a Zip Car PayByPhone Other Resources Sacramento Air Quality Transit Links CA Dept of Motor Vechicles Campus Event Calendar KCRA Traffic Pulse 3 News 10 Traffic Reports Prev Next Welcome to University Transporation Parking Services Paybyphone works on iPhone Blackberry and Android devices Download the app or check out paybyphone com Providing and promoting alternative transportation is one of UTAPS goals The latest alerts on topics affecting campus traffic parking and alternative transportation Zipcars are now available on campus grab some wheels today Attention

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/aba/utaps/index.html (2016-02-12)
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