Deadline to pay Spring 2015 student fees
On Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time, students who have any outstandingÂ fee balances will be dropped from all spring classes for non-payment of outstandingÂ fees.
Beginning on Thursday, January 8, 2015, students will be dropped at 11:59 pm Pacific Time the day following their registration for non-payment of fees.Â For example, if you enroll in or add any classes on January 9, you must pay all your fees by January 10 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time to prevent being dropped.
If you need assistance with paying your fees, you are encouraged to consider the following options:
- Payment Plan: Enroll in an inexpensive payment plan viaÂ WebSMART
by 11:00 pm on January 7, 2015.
- FAFSA: Complete theÂ Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. AÂ minimum of five (5) business days processing time is required to ensure receipt of theÂ FAFSA to prevent your drop for non-payment (school code required: 006973 CaÃ±ada, 001181 CSM and 007713 Skyline).
- AB 540 Students: If you are an AB 540 student and unable to complete a FAFSA due to citizenship status, complete the 2014-15 California Dream Application atÂ caldreamapp.org as soon as possible. A minimum of five (5) business days processing time is required to ensure receipt of the Dream Application to prevent your drop for non-payment (school code required: 006973 CaÃ±ada, 001181Â CSM and 007713 Skyline).
- BOGFW: Complete the Board of Governors Fee Waiver viaÂ WebSMART.
If you still need financial assistance after exhausting all options listed above, please contact the Vice President of Student Services.
Receive text messages on your cell phone:
To receive non-emergency college announcements via text message on your device, log into WebSMART. Click on Student Services, then update your student information. Scroll down to Contact Information and enter your cell phone number and cell carrier information in the space provided.
Note: Signing up for AlertU only authorizes us to send you emergency messages.
You willÂ need to update your contact information as described above to receive non-emergency information and announcements.