Enrollment Deposit FAQ


Q: What is the enrollment deposit?

A: CSU Stanislaus requires undergraduate applicants to submit a $200 deposit upon accepting admission to secure their place in the incoming class. The nonrefundable deposit will be deducted from the balance owed at enrollment. Failure to pay the deposit by the deadline may result in cancellation of the student's application.

Q: When do I need to pay the enrollment deposit?

A: Once you have accepted your admission on your MyCSUSTAN account, you should pay the enrollment deposit. You will not be able to register for New Student Orientation and register for classes until the enrollment deposit has been paid.

Deposit Due Date

Spring 2015: November 14, 2014 by 5:00 p.m.

Q: How do I pay the enrollment deposit online?

Watch our video tutorial on how to pay your enrollment deposit

Q: How will the enrollment deposit funds be applied?

A: The deposit will appear as a credit on your student account and will be used to offset a portion of your tuition for the first semester.

Q: Who is required to pay the enrollment deposit?

A: All new undergraduate students, including Returning students who must reapply for admission, are required to pay a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $200 to secure a place at CSU Stanislaus.

Q: Do I still have to pay the enrollment deposit if I qualify for financial aid?

A: Yes. Financial Aid does NOT cover the enrollment deposit and all students are required to pay.

Q: Once I accept my admission, how do I pay the enrollment deposit?

A: You can pay online on your MyCSUSTAN account. You can also pay in-person in the Cashiers office located in the Mary Stuart Rogers Building, Room 100.

Q: What happens if I don't pay the enrollment deposit?

A: Accepting admission and paying the enrollment deposit will secure your place in the incoming class. If you have not accepted your admission and paid the deposit by the deadline1, you will not be allowed to enroll at CSU Stanislaus.

Q: Will CSU Stanislaus accept partial payment of the enrollment deposit?

A: No. CSU Stanislaus will not accept a partial payment of the enrollment deposit.

Q: What do I do if I am not able to pay the $200 enrollment deposit?

A: You may submit a written appeal to the Financial Aid and Scholarship office. The appeal must be typed and it must include supporting documentation that you feel shows your inability to pay the enrollment deposit. In order to be considered a completed FAFSA & required documents must be on file with the university.

Appeal Due Date

Spring 2015: October 31, 2014 by 5:00 p.m.

Q: What happens if I decide not to attend CSU Stanislaus after accepting my admission offer?

A: Please notify the Admission Office as soon as possible if you have decided not to attend. If you have already registered for classes, be sure to drop all of your classes. If you were required to pay the enrollment deposit, this amount will be forfeited as the deposit is not refundable. If you decide to attend CSU Stanislaus in the future, you will need to reapply for admission and meet the admission requirements and deadlines at that time, including paying the enrollment deposit.