Jun 07, 2023  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Fees and Financial Aid


Note: For fees and financial aid information specific to graduate students, please see the Graduate Education  section of this catalog.

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Fees

All Students: Application Fee (nonrefundable), payable online at the time of application via credit card or PayPal: $70

Estimated expenses for the 2023-2024 academic year include $7,738 for resident tuition and fees. Non-California residents pay an additional $12,012 for full-time tuition ($396.00 per unit). Stanislaus State participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange program which can qualify students from participating western states for reduced nonresident tuition.

  Fall/Spring
Tuition Fee > 6 units $2871.00
Tuition Fee < or = 6 units $1665.00
Associated Students, Inc. $91.00
Athletics $166.00
Health Facility $16.00
Health Services $228.00
Instructionally related activity $67.00
Student Involvement & Representation - optional $2.00
Student Recreation Complex $166.00
University Student Center $343.00
Late payment $25.00
Late registration $25.00
Parking, (optional) auto TBD
Parking (optional) motorcycles TBD
Student ID/Warrior card $0.00
ID card replacement, first time $5.00

*See the Schedule of Classes and the University Web site for the most up-to-date and complete information, including fees for Summer 2023, course fees, housing fees, etc.

The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Tuition and fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU reserves the right, even after tuition or fees are initially charged or initial payments are made, to increase or modify any listed tuition or fees. All listed fees, other than mandatory systemwide tuition, are subject to change without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU-listed tuition and 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 systemwide tuition will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act (Sections 66028 through 66028.6 of the California Education Code).

The following reflects applicable systemwide tuition and fees for both semester and quarter campuses. These rates are subject to change.

All Students

Application fee (nonrefundable), payable online at the time of application via credit card, e-check or PayPal: $70

 2023/24 Basic Tuition

Units

 

Undergraduate Tuition

Per Semester

Per Quarter

Per Academic Year

 

6.1 or more

 $2,871

$1,914

$5,742

 

0 to 6.0 units

 $1,665

 $1,110

$3,330

 

Credential Program Tuition

6.1 or more

 

 $3,330

 

$2,220

 

$6,660

 

0 to 6.0

 $1,932

 $1,288

$3,864

 

 

Graduate/Post Baccalaureate Tuition

6.1 or more

$3,588

$2,392

 $7,176

 

0.0 to 6.0

$2,082

$1,388

 $4,164

 

2023/24 Doctorate Tuition *

 

Units

Per Semester

Per Quarter

Per Academic Year

 Audiology

     All Students

     $7,371        $14,742

Education

All Students

 $5,919

 $3,946

$11,838

Nursing Practice

All Students

 $7,635

 

$15,270

Occupational Therapy

All Students

 $8,598

 

$17,196

Physical Therapy All Students       $8,598        $17,196

*Applicable term tuition applies for universities with special terms, as determined by the university. Total college year tuition cannot exceed the academic year plus summer term tuition. The summer term tuition for the education doctorate at quarter universities is equal to the per semester tuition listed in the table. Total tuition for the education doctorate over the college year equals the per academic year tuition plus the per semester tuition for the summer term at all CSUs.

2023/24 Graduate Business Professional Fee

 

Per Semester

Per Quarter

Charge Per Unit

$270

$180

The graduate business professional fee is paid on a per unit basis in addition to basic tuition and campus fees for specific graduate business programs authorized to assess the fee. A list of academic programs authorized to assess the fee can be found on the CSU Tuition website.

Nonresident Students (U.S. and Foreign)

Nonresident tuition (in addition to basic tuition and systemwide fees charged all students) for all CSUs:

2023/24 Nonresident Students (U.S. and Foreign)

 

Per Semester

Per Quarter

Charge Per Unit

$396

$264

The total nonresident tuition paid per term will be determined by the number of units taken.

Mandatory systemwide tuition is waived for those individuals who qualify for such exemption under the provisions of the California Education Code (see section on fee waivers).

Students are charged campus fees in addition to tuition and systemwide fees. Information on campus fees can be found by contacting the CSUs.

Assembly Bill 540 Exemption from Nonresident Tuition

Any student who has attended a California high school full-time for three or more years and has graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent thereof (e.g., a High School Equivalency Certificate issued by the California Department of Education - a GED certificate alone does not qualify) will be exempt from paying nonresident tuition. An undocumented alien student who meets the above requirements must file an affidavit with the university indicating the student has applied for legal immigration status or will do so as soon as the student is eligible to do so.

Students who meet the exemption requirements and who are undocumented aliens are not eligible for any federal or state financial aid program. Students exempted from paying nonresident tuition under AB 540 are not eligible for the Governor’s Merit Scholar Programs.

The law does not distinguish between public or private high schools nor impose any time limit on how far in the past the student may have attained this status.

Credit Cards

Neither the main cashiers office, nor the Stanislaus State-Stockton Campus cashiers office will accept credit cards. Regular University fees may be paid online with VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express through CASHNet Smartpay, but users incur a 2.63% convenience fee. VISA, MasterCard, and Discover are accepted only at University Extended Education for payment of student fees. University Police and Parking Management Bureau accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Refund of Tuition and Mandatory Fees, Including Nonresident Tuition

Regulations governing the refund of tuition and mandatory fees, including nonresident tuition, for students enrolling at the California State University (CSU) are included in Section 41802 of Title 5, California Code of Regulations. For purposes of the refund policy, mandatory fees are defined as those systemwide and campus fees that are required to be paid in order to enroll in state-supported academic programs at the CSU. Refunds of fees and tuition charges for self-support, special session and Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) programs or courses at the CSU are governed by a separate policy established by the university, available in the Academic Policies, Procedures and Standards  page.

In order to receive a full refund of tuition and mandatory fees, including nonresident tuition, less an administrative charge established by the university, a student must cancel registration or drop all courses prior to the first day of instruction for the term. Information on procedures and deadlines for canceling registration and dropping classes is available in the Registration and Attendance   page.

For state-supported semesters, quarters and non-standard terms or courses of four 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 university-designated drop period will receive a refund of tuition and 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 university designated drop period and in accordance with university 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 university.

For state-supported non-standard terms or courses of less than four weeks, no refunds of tuition and mandatory fees, including 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 weeks.

Students will also receive a refund of tuition and mandatory fees, including nonresident tuition, under the following circumstances:

  • The tuition and fees were assessed or collected in error;
  • The course for which the tuition and fees were assessed or collected was canceled by the university;
  • The University makes a delayed decision that the student was not eligible to enroll in the term for which tuition and 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 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 they determine that the fees and tuition were not earned by the University.

Information concerning any aspect of the refund of fees may be obtained from the Manager of Student Financial Services, Mary Stuart Rogers Building, Suite 270, or at (209) 667-3063.

Cancellation of Registration or Withdrawal from the Institution

Students who find it necessary to cancel their registration or to withdraw from all classes after enrolling for any academic term are required to follow the University’s official withdrawal procedures. Failure to follow formal University procedures may result in an obligation to pay fees as well as the assignment of failing grades in all courses and the need to apply for readmission before being permitted to enroll in another academic term. Information on canceling registration and withdrawal procedures is available from Enrollment Services, (209) 667-3264.

Students who receive financial aid funds must consult with the Financial Aid office prior to withdrawing from the university regarding any required return or repayment of grant or loan assistance received for that academic term or payment period. Students who have received financial aid and withdraw from the institution during the academic term or payment period may need to return or repay some or all of the funds received, which may result in a debt owed to the institution.

Fees and Debts Owed to the Institution

Should a student or former student fail to pay a fee or a debt owed to the institution, including tuition and student charges, the institution may “withhold permission to register, to use facilities for which a fee is authorized to be charged, to receive services, materials, food or merchandise or any combination of the above from any person owing a debt” until the debt is paid (see Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Sections 42380 and 42381).

Prospective students who register for courses offered by the university are obligated for the payment of charges and fees associated with registration for those courses. Failure to cancel registration in any course for an academic term prior to the first day of the academic term gives rise to an obligation to pay student charges and fees including any tuition for the reservation of space in the course.

The institution may withhold permission to register or other services offered by the institution from anyone owing fees or another debt to the institution. The institution may also report the debt to a credit bureau, offset the amount due against any future state tax refunds due the student, refer the debt to an outside collection agency and/or charge the student actual and reasonable collection costs, including reasonable attorney fees if litigation is necessary, in collecting any amount not paid when due.

The institution may not withhold an official transcript of grades by the institution from anyone owing fees or another debt to the institution (see Title 1.6C.7 (commencing with Section 1788.90) Part 4 of Division 3 of the Civil Code). The institution can still charge a fee for the issuance of the transcript pursuant to their published transcript processing fees.

If a person believes they do not owe all or part of an asserted unpaid obligation, that person may contact the Student Financial Services Office, (209) 667-3063, MSR 270. The Student Financial Services Office, or another office on campus to which the Student Financial Services Office may refer the person, will review all pertinent information provided by the person and available to the university and advise the person of its conclusions.

Fee Waivers and Exemptions

The California Education Code provides for the waiver of mandatory systemwide tuition fees as summarized below:

Section 66025.3(a) - Dependent eligible to receive assistance under Article 2 of Chapter 4 of Division 4 of the Military and Veterans Code; child of any veteran of the United States military who has a service-connected disability, has been killed in service, or has died of a service-connected disability, and meets specified income provisions; dependent, or surviving spouse who has not remarried of any member of the California National Guard who, in the line of duty, and while in the active service of the state, was killed, died of a disability resulting from an event that occurred while in the active service of the state, or is permanently disabled as a result of an event that occurred while in the active service of the state; and any undergraduate student who is a recipient of a Medal of Honor, or undergraduate student who is a child of a recipient of a Medal of Honor who is no more than 27 years old, who meets the income restriction and California residency requirement.

Section 66025.3(b) -  Current or former foster youth who are 25 years of age or younger; have been in foster care for at least 12 consecutive months after reaching 10 years of age; meet any of the following:

  1. Is under a current foster care placement order by the juvenile court;
  2. Was under a foster care placement order by the juvenile court upon reaching 18 years of age;
  3. Was adopted, or entered guardianship, from foster care;
  4. Completes and submits the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA);
  5. Maintains a minimum grade point average and meets other conditions necessary to be in good standing at the university; and
  6. Meets the financial need requirements established for Cal Grant A awards under Chapter 1.7 (commencing with Section 69430) of Part 42.

The waiver of mandatory systemwide tuition and fees under this section applies only to a person who is determined to be a resident of California pursuant to Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 68000) of Part 41 of the California Education Code.

Section 66602 - A qualifying students from the California State University (CSU) who is appointed by the Governor to serve as Trustee of the California State University (CSU) for the duration of the student member’s term of office.

Section 68120 - Surviving spouse or child of a deceased California resident who was employed by a public agency or was a contractor, or an employee of a contractor, performing services for a public agency, or was a firefighter employed by the federal government whose duty assignment involved the performance of firefighting services in this state. The deceased person’s principal duties consisted of active law enforcement service or active fire suppression and prevention, and was killed in the performance of active law enforcement or active fire suppression and prevention duties (referred to as Alan Pattee Scholarships).

Additionally, a person who qualifies for the waiver under this section as a surviving child of a contractor, or of an employee of a contractor, who performed services for a public agency, must be enrolled as an undergraduate student at the California State University and meet the applicable income restriction requirement with supporting documentation (i.e. student’s income, including the value of parent support, does not exceed the maximum household income and asset level for an applicant for a Cal Grant B award).

Section 68120.3 - Surviving spouse (until January 1, 2033) or surviving child (until attaining the age of 30) of a deceased California resident who was a licensed physician or licensed nurse employed by or under contract with a health facility regulated and licensed by the State Department of Public Health to provide medical services, or a first responder employed to provide emergency services as described in Section 8562 of the Government Code. The deceased person’s principal duties consisted of providing medical services or emergency services during the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency (started March 4, 2020, until the Governor lifts the state of emergency), and the deceased person died of COVID-19 during the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency. The person who qualifies for this waiver must enroll as an undergraduate student at a CSU, was a resident of California during the COVID-19 pandemic state of emergency, and the annual income (including the value of parent’s support) does not exceed the maximum household income and asset level for an applicant for a Cal Grant A award, as set forth in Section 69432.7.

Section 68121 - A qualifying undergraduate student (until attaining the age of 30) who is 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, D.C., or the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in southwestern Pennsylvania, if the student meets the financial need requirements set forth in Government Code 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

Section 69000 - A California resident who has been exonerated, as that term is defined in Section 3007.05 of the Penal Code; completes and submits the FAFSA; and meets the financial need requirements established for Cal Grant A awards.  The student’s mandatory systemwide tuition and fees waived pursuant to this subdivision shall not have in excess of the equivalent of six years of full-time attendance in an undergraduate program.

Students who may qualify for the above 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 as summarized below:

Section 68075 - A student who is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States stationed in this state, except a member of the Armed Forces assigned for educational purposes to a state-supported institution of higher education, is entitled to resident classification only for the purpose of determining the amount of tuition and fees.

If that member of the Armed Forces of the United States who is in attendance at an institution is thereafter transferred on military orders to a place outside this state where the member continues to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States, the member shall not lose the member’s resident classification so long as the member remains continuously enrolled at that institution.

Section 68075.7 - A nonresident student is exempt from paying nonresident tuition or any other fee that is exclusively applicable to nonresident students if the student:

  1. Resides in California;
  2. Meets the definition of “covered individual” as defined in Section 3679(c)(2) of Title 38 of the United States Code; or
  3. Is eligible for education benefits under the federal Montgomery GI Bill-Active Duty program (Chapter 30 (commencing with Section 3001) of Title 38 of the United States Code), the Veterans Readiness and Employment program (Chapter 31 (commencing with Section 3100) of Title 38 of the United States Code), the Post-9/11 GI Bill program (Chapter 33 (commencing with Section 3301) of Title 38 of the United States Code), or the Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance program (Chapter 35 (commencing with Section 3500) of Title 38 of the United States Code), as each read on January 5, 2022.

Section 68122 - A student who is a victim of trafficking, domestic violence, and other serious crimes who has been granted a status under Section 1101(a)(15)(T)(i) or (ii), or Section 1101(a)(15)(U)(i) or (ii), of Title 8 of the United States Code shall be exempt from paying nonresident tuition to the same extent as individuals who are admitted to the United States as refugees under Section 1157 of Title 8 of the United States Code.

Section 68130.5 - A nonresident student, other than a person excluded from the term “immigrant” for purposes of the federal Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. Sec. 1101), pursuant to paragraph (15) of subsection (a) of Section 1101 of Title 8 of the United States Code, shall be exempt from paying nonresident tuition if the student meets the requirements of (1) through (4), below.

  1. Satisfaction of the requirements of either subparagraph (A) or subparagraph (B).
    1. A total attendance of, or attainment of credits earned while in California equivalent to, three or more years of full-time attendance or attainment of credits at any of the following:
      1. California high schools;
      2. California high schools established by the State Board of Education;
      3. California adult schools established by a county office of education, a unified school district or high school district, or the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (subject to the class hours’ requirement);
      4. Campuses of the California Community Colleges (subject to the credit requirements); or
      5. A combination of those schools set forth in clauses (i) to (iv), inclusive.
    2. Three or more years of full-time high school coursework in California, and a total of three or more years of attendance in California elementary schools, California secondary schools, or a combination of both.
  2. Satisfaction of any of the following:
    1. Graduation from a California high school or attainment of the equivalent thereof;
    2. Attainment of an associate degree from a campus of the California Community Colleges; or
    3. Fulfillment of the minimum transfer requirements established for the California State University for students transferring from a campus of the California Community College.
  3. Registration as an entering student at, or current enrollment at, an accredited institution of higher education in California not earlier than the fall semester or quarter of the 2001-02 academic year.

In the case of a person without lawful immigration status, the filing of an affidavit with the institution of higher education stating that the student has filed an application to legalize the student’s immigration status or will file an application as soon as the student is eligible to do so

Veteran Deferral

Students qualified by the Veterans Coordinator in the Enrollment Services Office, (209) 667-3081, may have their payment deadline deferred until receipt of veteran benefits. Veterans, dependents of veterans, reservists, and active duty military personnel planning to use veterans educational benefits, or any student with questions concerning veterans educational benefits can obtain information at www.csustan.edu/veterans-affairs or by contacting a Veterans Services representative in the Enrollment Services Office.

CSU Concurrent Enrollment

Students concurrently enrolled at another CSU campus must have their Concurrent Enrollment form with fees paid certification by their HOME campus on file with the Records Coordinator in Enrollment Services prior to registering for classes in order to have their fees calculated properly.

Employees, Faculty, and Dependents

Qualifying Stanislaus State employees or their dependents must have their employee/dependent fee waiver on file with the Waiver Coordinator in the Enrollment Services Office, (209) 667-3264, prior to registering to have their fees calculated properly. This waiver must be submitted to the Human Resources Office for each term of enrollment. Forms and information are available from the Employee Benefits Coordinator in the Human Resources Office.

Senior Scholars

Qualifying students must have their Senior Scholar fee waiver on file with the Waiver Coordinator in the Enrollment Services Office,(209) 667-3264, prior to registering for classes to have their fees calculated properly. This waiver must be renewed each term. Questions should be directed to the Advising Resource Center, (209) 667-3304.

Third Party Pay

Students whose fees will be paid by another party (Vocational Rehabilitation, Workers’ Compensation, Private Industry Council, Americorps, local school districts, or employers, etc.) must have their fee authorization on file with the Cashier’s/Student Financial Services Office prior to registering for classes. Failure to do so may subject the student to improper billing and related late payment penalties. If the third party fails to pay, the student is fully responsible and liable for all charges incurred on his or her account. For questions, contact Student Financial Services at (209) 667-3063.

Higher Education Tax Incentives

The Tax Relief Act of 1997 (TRA 97) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides several federal tax incentives for students enrolled in post-secondary higher education.

  • American Opportunity Credit
  • Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA)
  • Lifetime Learning tax credit
  • Education IRAs
  • Student Loan Interest deduction
  • Tuition and Fees deduction

Stanislaus State cannot determine if students qualify for a tax credit or deduction or provide income tax advice. Please obtain IRS publication 970 and IRS form 8863 or contact a tax return preparer about your specific income tax situation. Additional information can be obtained from the Internal Revenue Service at 1-800-829-1040 or www.irs.gov.

Financial Aid

Belinda Garcia, Director, Financial Aid and Scholarship Office 

Office: Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building, Room 100
Phone: (209) 667-3336

Online at www.csustan.edu/financial-aid-scholarships
Email: Financial_aid@csustan.edu

The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office administers Federal and State financial aid programs and University scholarship funds to help students meet their educational expenses. We provide financial assistance and guidance to support student access and success.

Stanislaus State has four major types of financial aid available to students and their families: grants, work-study, loans and scholarships.

  1. Federal and State Grants are need-based funds that do not need to be repaid.
  2. Federal Work-Study funds are need-based and must be earned through authorized work experience.
  3. Federal Loans are need-based and non-need-based and repayment begins approximately six months after leaving the University or dropping below half-time enrollment. An online loan entrance counseling session and a Master Promissory Note are required for all new borrowers. Loan exit counseling is required for all students who are graduating, leave school (including withdrawing from all classes), or enroll in less than half-time.
  4. State aid and Institutional aid are need-based and students apply through the FAFSA or The California Dream Act (AB540 students) application process.  The Middle Class Scholarship can be used to pay tuition fees, or other educationally related expenses. Cal Grants and State University Grants assist students with tuition/fee payment. Students receiving a fee waiver or fee sponsorship are not eligible for the Cal Grant A, Cal Grant B Fees, Middle Class Scholarship or the State University Grant. 
  5. Most scholarships are need-based, although a limited number of merit-based scholarships are available. Scholarships require separate application and are awarded competitively.

To apply for Financial Aid, complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.studentaid.gov or a California Dream Act application at https://dream.csac.ca.gov/landing.  Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the CA Dream application no earlier than October 1 and no later than March 2 for priority consideration to receive aid in the following academic year. These applications are used to determine your eligibility for all federal, state, and institutional funds. Submit all additional forms requested by the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office as soon as possible. Many funds are all awarded before the school year begins.

If you are unsure whether your file is complete, use the myStanState portal to check to see if additional documents are being requested. Please keep your contact information updated on the portal to ensure receipt of important notices. Please check your myStanState email regularly for any important communications. You must inform our office of any changes in housing plans or enrollment status.

Financial aid applicants are expected to: know application deadlines and to apply early; respond immediately to requests for documents; read all financial aid correspondence and emails carefully and promptly; keep copies of all forms submitted and create a special file for Financial Aid documents.

Satisfactory Academic Progress

A Satisfactory Academic Progress review toward an eligible degree or certificate is required by federal, state and institutional rules as one condition for determining student financial aid eligibility. We review Satisfactory Academic Progress on a term basis, at the end of every term. Your academic progress will be reviewed in several areas: units attempted versus units earned, academic disqualification and maximum units to complete a degree. There is also a limit as to the number of times you can repeat a class. Classes are generally only funded twice and a third repeat may not be funded by financial aid. If you fail to meet satisfactory academic progress in any of these areas, you will be ineligible for financial aid funding and your aid will be canceled. You may be able to restore your aid if there are qualified extenuating circumstances for an appeal.

Enrollment Adjustments for Financial Aid Recipient

Financial Aid awards are based on full-time enrollment at 12 units for undergraduates and 8 units for graduates. Most adjustments for less than full-time are made after the semester begins. If you are enrolled less than full-time, your disbursement will be reduced or canceled. You must stay enrolled to maintain eligibility. Courses that apply towards a student’s degree objective are eligible for financial aid funding. In some cases, you may be required to repay Financial Aid if you drop or withdraw from classes.

Withdrawing from the University

Students who receive financial aid funds must consult with the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office prior to withdrawing from the University regarding any required return or repayment of grant or loan assistance received for that academic term. If a recipient of financial assistance under federal Title IV financial aid programs withdraws from the institution during a payment period, the amount of grant or loan assistance received is subject to return and repayment provisions governed by Federal law. If students withdraw from a class prior to the census date they may also be subject to a partial repayment of their financial aid.

Students interested in more information regarding financial aid, scholarship programs, or application procedures should inquire directly to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. The standard applicable to Financial Aid recipients for Satisfactory Academic Progress is found on the Financial Aid Website under “Satisfactory Academic Progress.” Students can access their financial aid status online at myStanState portal.

Student Assistant Employment

Student employment on campus is administered through Human Resources in MSR 320.  Students can view non-Workstudy and Unit 11 (teaching assistants and tutors) job openings online 24/7 or in the Human Resources Office during regular business hours.

Scholarships

Students who demonstrate academic excellence may receive monetary support from nearly 140 available scholarships, many offering multiple awards. Any full-time matriculated Stanislaus State student may apply. Scholarships are funded by private gifts, business donations, and endowments. Most awards range from $100 to $5,000 per academic year, averaging about $500. 

Since 1996, more than $10 million has been pledged and/or gifted to the Stanislaus State Foundation in support of scholarships, endowed scholarships, and endowed operations from private donors. Recruiting scholarships are designated for entering freshmen and transferring community college students. Department scholarships are for students who have declared a specific major. Open scholarships are unrestricted. For complete information, contact the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office at (209) 667-3336 or visit the website at www.csustan.edu/financial-aid-scholarships.

Availability of Institutional and Financial Assistance Information

The following information concerning student financial assistance may be obtained from the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office, Mary Stuart Rogers (MSR) Building, Room 100, (209) 667-3336:

  1. A description of the federal, state, institutional, local, and private student financial assistance programs available to students who enroll at Stanislaus State;
  2. For each aid program, a description of procedures and forms by which students apply for assistance, student eligibility requirements, criteria for selecting recipients from the group of eligible applicants, and criteria for determining the amount of a student’s award;
  3. A description of the rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial assistance, including federal Title IV student assistance programs, and criteria for continued student eligibility under each program;
  4. The satisfactory academic progress standards that students must maintain for the purpose of receiving financial assistance and criteria by which a student who has failed to maintain satisfactory progress may reestablish eligibility for financial assistance;
  5. The method by which financial assistance disbursements will be made to students and the frequency of those disbursements;
  6. The terms of any loan received as part of the student’s financial aid package, a sample loan repayment schedule, and the necessity for repaying loans;
  7. The general conditions and terms applicable to any employment provided as part of the student’s financial aid package;
  8. The terms and conditions of the loans students receive under the Direct Loan Program.
  9. The exit counseling information the school provides and collects for student borrowers; and
  10. Contact information for campus offices available for disputes concerning federal, institutional and private loans.

Information concerning the cost of attending Stanislaus State is available from the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office, MSR 100, (209) 667-3336, and includes tuition and fees; the estimated costs of books and supplies; estimates of typical student room, board, and transportation costs; and, if requested, additional costs for specific programs.

Information concerning the refund policies of Stanislaus State for the return of unearned tuition and fees or other refundable portions of institutional charges is available from the Financial Services Office (209) 667-3063.

Information concerning policies regarding the return of federal Title IV student assistance funds as required by regulation is available from the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office, MSR 100, (209) 667-3336.

Information regarding special facilities and services available to students with disabilities may be obtained from Disability Services, Library 165 (209) 667-3159.

Information concerning Stanislaus State policies, procedures, and facilities for students and other to report criminal actions or other emergencies occurring on campus may be obtained from Public Safety/University Police Services, PSS, (209) 667-3114.

Information concerning the annual campus security report and annual fire safety report may also be obtained from Public Safety/University Police Services, PSS, (209) 667-3114.

Information concerning the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse and rehabilitation programs may be obtained from the Dean of Students Office, MSR 360, (209) 667-3144.

Information regarding student retention and graduation rates at Stanislaus State and, if available, the number and percentage of students completing the program in which the student is enrolled or has expressed interest may be obtained from the Institutional Effectiveness & Analytics Office, MSR 254, (209) 667-3281.

Information concerning athletic opportunities available to male and female students and the financial resources and personnel that Stanislaus State dedicates to its men and women’s teams may be obtained from the Athletics Department, G7, (209) 667-3016.

Information concerning teacher preparation programs at Stanislaus State, including the pass rate on teacher certification examinations, may be obtained from the Credential Processing Center, DBH 303, (209) 667-3534.

Information concerning grievance procedures for students who feel aggrieved in their relationships with the university, its policies, practices and procedures, or its faculty and staff may be obtained from the Dean of Students Office, MSR 360, (209) 667-3144.

Information concerning student activities that Stanislaus State provides, must be easily accessible on www.csustan.edu/asi-sc/university-student-center.

Information concerning student body diversity at Stanislaus State, including the percentage of enrolled, full-time students who are (1) male, (2) female, (3) Pell Grant recipients, and (4) self-identified members of a specific racial or ethnic group, must be obtained from www.csustan.edu/about/diversity.

The federal Military Selective Service Act (the “Act”) requires most males residing in the United States to present themselves for registration with the Selective Service System within thirty days of their eighteenth birthday. Most males between the ages of 18 and 25 must be registered.

Selective Service registration forms are available at any U.S. Post Office, and many high schools have a staff member or teacher appointed as a Selective Service Registrar. For more information on the Selective Service System and to initiate the registration process, visit the official Selective Service System website.

Average Support Cost Per Full-Time Equivalent Student and Sources of Funds

The total support cost per full-time equivalent student (FTES) includes the expenditures for current operations, including payments made to students in the form of financial aid, and all fully reimbursed programs contained in state appropriations. The average support cost is determined by dividing the total cost by the number of FTES. The total CSU 2022-23 budget amounts were $4,589,590,000 from state General Fund (GF) appropriations, before a $(68.5) million CalPERS retirement adjustment, $2,446,491,000 from gross tuition revenue, and $672,655,000 from other fee revenues for a total of $7,708,736,000. The 2022-23 resident FTES target is 383,680 and the nonresident FTES based on past-year actual is 19,953 for a total of 403,633 FTES. The GF appropriation is applicable to resident students only whereas fee revenues are collected from resident and nonresident students. FTES is derived by dividing the total student credit units attempted by a fixed amount depending on academic level (e.g., 30 for a semester university and 45 for a quarter university, the figures that define a full-time undergraduate or postbaccalaureate student’s academic load).

2022/23 Amount Average Cost per FTES Percentage
State Appropriation (GF) 1 $ 4,589,590,000 $ 11,962 59.6%
Gross Tuition Revenue 2 $ 2,446,491,000 $ 6,061 31.7%
Other Fees Revenue 2 $ 672,655,000 $ 1,667 8.7%
Total Support Cost $ 7,708,736,000 $ 19,690 100%

1Represents state GF appropriation in the Budget Act of 2022-23; GF is divisible by resident students only (383,680 FTES).

2Represents CSU Operating Fund, gross tuition and other fees revenue amounts submitted in university September 2022-23 final budgets. Revenues are divisible by resident and nonresident students (403,633 FTES).

The 2022-23 average support cost per FTES based on GF appropriation and tuition fee revenue only is $18,023 and is $19,960, which includes all fee revenue (e.g., tuition fees, application fees, and campus mandatory fees) in the CSU Operating Fund. Of this amount, the average tuition and other fee revenue per FTES is $7,728.

The average CSU 2022-23 academic year, resident, undergraduate student basic tuition and other mandatory fees required to apply to, enroll in, or attend the university is $7,520 ($5,742 tuition fee plus $1,778 average campus-based fees). However, the costs paid by individual students will vary depending on the university, program, and whether a student is part-time, full-time, resident, or nonresident.

Procedure for the Establishment or Abolishment of Campus-Based Mandatory Fees

The law governing the California State University provides that specific campus fees defined as mandatory, such as a student body association fee and a student body center fee, 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). The university 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. The required fee shall be subject to referendum at any time upon the presentation of a petition to the university president containing the signatures of 10 percent of the regularly enrolled students at the university. Student body association fees support a variety of cultural and recreational programs, childcare centers, and special student support programs. A student body center 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 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. A student success fee may be established or adjusted only after the university undertakes a rigorous consultation process and a fee referendum is held with a simple majority favorable vote (Education Code, Section 89712). The student success fee may be rescinded by a majority vote of the students only after six years have elapsed following the vote to implement the fee.

The process to establish and adjust other campus-based mandatory fees requires consideration by the campus fee advisory committee and a consultation or student referendum process as established by California State University Student Fee Policy, Section III (or any successor policy). The university president may use consultation mechanisms if they determine that a referendum is not the best mechanism to achieve appropriate and meaningful consultation, and referendum is not required by the Education Code or Student Success Fee policy. Results of the referendum and the fee committee review are advisory to the university president. The president may adjust campus-based mandatory fees but must request the chancellor to establish a new mandatory fee. The president shall provide to the campus fee advisory committee a report of all campus-based mandatory fees. The university shall report annually to the chancellor a complete inventory of all campus-based mandatory fees.

For more information or questions, please contact the System Budget Office in the CSU Chancellor’s Office at (562) 951-4560.