Tuition Fees - Spring Quarter 2013
Tuition Fee Information
Tuition fees are based on the number of units of coursework for which you are enrolled, and your residency status. The residency status classifications are California resident, non-resident, and students accepted into the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) group and Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) group from 14 neighboring states. In addition to University tuition fees are other campus-based fees, individual course fees, housing fees, meal plan fees and other miscellaneous activity fees.
Tuition fees are subject to change by the Trustees of the California State University without advance notice.
To learn when and how to pay your fees, visit the Paying Your Fees page. To pay with installments, see the Fee Installment Plan for Spring 2013 page. Please note: installment payment deadlines may differ from regular payment deadlines.
Some courses require additional miscellaneous fees. See the Miscellaneous Course Fees page.
If you withdraw from classes or do not plan to attend Cal State East Bay, your fees may be subject to policy deadlines. To determine prorated refunds and view our refund policy, visit the Student Finance Policies web site. Students who are dropped for non payment after the first day of the term will be responsible for prorated portion of fees.
Disclaimer – Cost of Collection:
Unpaid Tuition and Fees
You are subject to normal collection actions for unpaid debts including: 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 (Please see Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Sections 42380 and 42381).
California Resident Tuition Fees
|Mandatory Campus Fee||Undergraduate||Qualified Teacher Credential *||Graduate**, Post-Baccalaureate,|
|Second Bachelors||Education Doctorate***|
|0 to 6.0 units||6.1 or more units||0 to 6.0 units||6.1 or more units||0 to 6.0 units||6.1 or more units||any number of units|
|Student Body Fee||43||43||43||43||43||43||43|
|University Union Fee||55||55||55||55||55||55||55|
|University Union Recreational Fee||60||60||60||60||60||60||60|
|Instructional Related Activities Fee||8||8||8||8||8||8||8|
|Health Services Fee||75||75||75||75||75||75||75|
|Academic Access Enhancement and Excellence Fee||80||80||80||80||80||80||80|
* Students seeking an initial Multiple Subject, Single Subject, or Special Education teaching credential and who have been admitted to a credential program with classified or conditionally classified status. This fee level will not apply to students simultaneously enrolled in a master's degree program, second bachelor's or other postbaccalaureate program.
** The Graduate Professional Program Fee of $169 per unit is charged in addition to the Tuition Fees and campus fees for the graduate business program.
*** Education Doctorate students are charged a State University Education Doctorate Fee instead of a State University Tuition Fee.
Non Resident Fees
Non-resident tuition is $248 per unit in addition to California Resident fees.