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Billing, Payments & Refunds

Non-Payment of fees will result in your courses being dropped (during the registration period) and/or a HOLD being placed on your account. This could also result in not receiving college services. Students who register for classes once the semester begins on Monday, August 18, 2014, WILL NOT BE DROPPED for non-payment of fees. However, students are liable for all fees for classes not dropped by the mandated refund deadline dates.

Exemptions from immediate payment of fees will be available to accommodate the following groups of students: students receiving financial aid based on BOG and FAFSA eligibility, students who sign up for a tuition payment plan, and self-certified exemptions for military service, among others. Please be advised that students are responsible for self-certified exemptions. If your certified exemption is not processed, students are responsible for all fees assessed and must adhere to the drop deadline dates.

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Drop for Non Payment Will Be Enforced

Spring 2015

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Payment

Refund

Payment Options

  • In-Person
  • By Mail
  • Online By Credit Card (Visa or Mastercard)
  • Online By Debit Card
  • Payment Drop Box (located outside of the Registration Office, Smith Hall Room 118)
  • Fee Waiver (see your Financial Aid Officer for Information)
  • Nelnet Business Solutions Payment Plan

Payment Methods

Payments may be made with cash, cashier's check, money order, credit card (Visa or Mastercard), debit cards, or first-party personal checks (for the exact amount owed) will be accepted as payment. You may also sign up for a Payment Plan through Nelnet Business Solutions e-cashier.

Payment Policy and Deadline

FALL 2014, CCSF will be enforcing the payment policy and dropping classes for nonpayment of fees. For the schedule for dropping for nonpayment of fees, use the following link Here You may also check our webpage for information regarding payment options, payment deadline dates & exemption options, use the following link Here

Payment Policy

Effective with the Spring 2014 registration, City College of San Francisco will be enforcing its Payment Policy which requires students to pay fees at the time of registration by dropping classes during the registration period for Non-Payment of fees.  Students may sign up for a low cost payment plan available at the time of registration. Students will be dropped based on the payment schedule listed below.

Non-Payment of fees will result in your courses being dropped (during the registration period) and/or a HOLD being placed on your account. This could also result in not receiving college services. Students who register for classes once the semester begins on Monday, August 18, 2014, WILL NOT BE DROPPED for non-payment of fees. However, students are liable for all fees for classes not dropped by the mandated refund deadline dates.

Exemptions from immediate payment of fees will be available to accommodate the following groups of students: students receiving financial aid based on BOG and FAFSA eligibility, students who sign up for a tuition payment plan, and self-certified exemptions for military service, among others. Please be advised that students are responsible for self-certified exemptions. If your certified exemption is not processed, students are responsible for all fees assessed and must adhere to the drop deadline dates.

Enrollment Fees, Nonresident and International tuition, and all other applicable fees are due and payable at the time of registration.

Please note: it is the STUDENT'S responsibility to drop or withdraw from class(es) by the established deadlines published in the online class schedule.

Please note:  City College of San Francisco participates in the Chancellor's Office Tax Offset Program (COTOP).  All past due accounts are submitted to COTOP for collection.

 

Payment Policy

FALL 2014, CCSF will be enforcing the payment policy and dropping classes for nonpayment of fees. For the schedule for dropping for nonpayment of fees, use the following link Here You may also check our webpage for information regarding payment options, payment deadline dates & exemption options, use the following link Here

Students must pay all applicable fees by the deadline date for dropping for nonpayment or their courses may be dropped (during the registration period). Once the semester has started, student must pay their fees in full before the end of the midterm period. It is the STUDENT'S responsibility to drop or withdraw from class(es) by the established deadlines published in the class schedule and catalog.

Please note:  City College of San Francisco participates in the Chancellor's Office Tax Offset Program (COTOP).  All past due accounts are submitted to COTOP for collection.

 

Payment Plan Options

NELNET Payment Plan Online

To help you meet your educational expenses, City College of San Francisco is pleased to offer NELNET Business Solutions as a convenient budget plan.  Nelnet Business Solutions offers a payment plan to students, for a small fee, to help facilitate the payment of your fees.

NELNET is a tuition management plan that provides you with a low cost option for budgeting tuition and fees.  It is not a loan program.  You have no debt, there are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check.  The cost to budget monthly payments through NELNET is $18.00 per semester nonrefundable NELNET Enrollment Fee.  The NELNET Enrollment Fee is automatically deducted from your account IMMEDIATELY.


You may budget your tuition and fees in the following ways:

Fall 2014:

Aug 27 – Sept 25th            20% down payment, 2 payments Oct & Nov 5th or 20th

 

If you need to make adjustments after your payment plan is set up, you must work with the Tuition and Fees Office. It is important to note that your balance will not be adjusted immediately if financial aid is received or a class is dropped or added.

You may access your payment plan by logging http://www.mypaymentplan.com/ccsf. For Nelnet support call 800-609-8056800-609-8056.

 

Nelnet Link

Exemption options from being dropped for non-payment of fees

Beginning November 12, 2013, to find out if you are eligible for an exemption from being dropped from courses for non payment of fees please login to Web4

 

Refunds

Refund are NOT Automatic. To obtain a refund for courses dropped on or before the deadline date for 100% enrollment and tuition refund or 50% refund, students must submit a refund request form to the Office of Tuition and Fees before the end of the semester. The Office of Tuition and Fees is located on the Main Campus, Smith Hall room 118. Refund Request forms are available online and in the office.

Note: Photo ID is required with refund request

 

Enrollment Fee Refunds

The enrollment fee may be refundable, in full or in part, depending on total registered units at the end of the second calendar week of instruction for full length courses or 10% of the course length for short term courses. Please check the online class schedule for up to date deadlines dates for the course you are enrolled in .

IMPORTANT: As a result of the numerous changes made during the add/drop process, Refund Request Forms will not be processed until after the last day to officially withdraw, drop or reduce course-work unit(s) in order to obtain enrollment fee refund. Please be aware that due to the volumes of refund request received, it will take approximately four weeks to receive a refund check in the mail.

 

Refunds Deadline

The California Code of Regulations Section 58508(b) states that a community college district SHALL NOT refund any enrollment fee paid by a student for program changes made after the first two weeks of instruction for a primary-term course, or after 10 percent of the length of the short-term course, unless the program change is a result of action by the district to cancel or reschedule a class or to drop a student pursuant to Section 58106(g) where the student fails to meet a prerequisite.  Please refer to the refund dates published in this Schedule of Classes.

 

Non-Resident Tuition Fee Refund Policy

Paid nonresident tuition will be refunded in accordance with the following refund schedule:

  • 100% NONRESIDENT TUITION REFUND for full term courses officially dropped during the first two calendar weeks of instruction or 10% of the course length for summer and short term courses.
  • 50% NONRESIDENT TUITION REFUND for full term courses officially dropped during the third and fourth calendar weeks of instruction or 30% of the course length for summer and short term courses
  • 0% NONRESIDENT TUITION REFUND for courses officially dropped after the fourth calendar week of instruction.

Enrollment, Nonresident and International Student Tuition Fee Credit Balances

City College of San Francisco allows all enrollment fees, nonresident and international student tuition balances to be credited to the students' accounts, which may be utilized to pay for tuition and/or enrollment fees in subsequent school terms.  The students' account will be held for a period for two years.  All balances not utilized within the two-year period will be credited to the District.