Tuition & Financial Aid

Program Tuition Fee

The total program tuition fee is $16,000 ($320 per unit) and does not include textbooks.

Note:  Students will be dropped for non-payment.  Additional fees apply.

 

Tuition fees subject to change without notice.


Payment Schedules

Cohort #6 

  • Program Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable) $200 due at orientation
  • 1st Payment of $5,267.00 due January 3, 2017
  • 2nd Payment of $5,267.00 due August 14, 2017
  • 3rd Payment of $5,266.00 due January 2, 2018

Cohort #7 

  • Program Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable) $200 due at orientation
  • 1st Payment of $5,267.00 due August 31, 2017
  • 2nd Payment of $5,267.00 due January 2, 2018
  • 3rd Payment of $5,266.00 due August 30, 2018

Cohort #8

  • Program Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable) $200 due at orientation
  • 1st Payment of $5,267.00 due January 16, 2018
  • 2nd Payment of $5,267.00 due August 20, 2018
  • 3rd Payment of $5,266.00 due January 15, 2019

Cohort #10

  • Program Enrollment Deposit (non-refundable) $200 due at orientation
  • 1st Payment of $5,267.00 due Spring 2019
  • 2nd Payment of $5,267.00 due Fall 2019
  • 3rd Payment of $5,266.00 due Spring 2020

Payment Options

You may pay your fees with VISA, MasterCard, or Discover Credit Card by calling (209) 667-3111, or mail a check or money order (made payable to Stanislaus State) to:

California State University, Stanislaus 
University Extended Education (Attn: BASS)
One University Circle
Turlock, CA 95382


Re-registration

Students that have been dropped for non-payment will be required to re-register for classes.  

A $25 re-registration fee will be applied.


Financial Aid

Financial Aid is available for this program to qualified applicants. Please refer to the Stanislaus State Financial Aid Office website for detailed information regarding Financial Aid programs that may be available to you.

It is recommended that you start the financial aid process as early as possible.

Before you are admitted to the program, please fill out and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.

File a FAFSA form as soon as possible even if you are undecided if you want aid.  Please use the following Institution code when filling out your FAFSA Application: 001157.  Mail the application to the address listed on the form.  It takes approximately 4-6 weeks to process your FAFSA.

Type(s) of financial aid available to Extended Education students

In general, the Federal Student Aid programs are the main programs available to students enrolled in self-support programs.  Within the CSU, the following Federal programs are available:

  • Federal Pell Grant (undergraduate and some teacher credential)
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)*
  • Federal TEACH Grant
  • Federal Work-Study*
  • Federal Perkins Loan*
  • Nursing Loan*
  • Federal Direct Stafford Loans
  • Federal Direct Parent Loans & Graduate Parent Loans
  • State Cal Grant (award may not exceed State Tuition fees)**

*Limited allocations to campus, with specific eligibility criteria (rationing) and not very likely these students would receive these awards.

**Typically awarded to California resident students right out of high school (within 18 months of graduation), not likely these students would receive Cal Grant awards.

Type(s) of financial aid not available to Extended Education students: 

  • CSU - State University Grant (SUG)
  • State - Middle Class Scholarship (MCS)

SUG and MCS require the student be assessed "mandatory system wide fees" (State Tuition Fee) to be eligible for payment.  Extended Education fees are separate and distinct from the State Tuition Fee and thus not eligible for payment by SUG or MCS.

Other Sources of Financial Assistance:

  • Military benefits
  • Federal and state training funds
  • Corporate reimbursement
  • Scholarship funds from donors
  • Extended Education
  • Other financial loans

If you would like additional information regarding financial aid, please visit the Stanislaus State Financial Aid Office website.

Please Note:  If you are receiving VA (Veteran’s Affairs) benefits, the length of weeks of this program may affect the aid that you receive.  Please contact your VA counselor or the Veteran’s Affairs department on campus at (209) 667-3081 for more information.


Drops & Refunds

This information pertains to students admitted to a  degree program through University Extended Education.  For information on drops and refunds for other programs, please visit the “Information and Policies” page.

Drop Policy  

To drop a course in the program, a completed drop form must be submitted to the University Extended Education office.  Courses must be dropped prior to census date.  For information regarding program census dates, please contact the program coordinator.  Please note: Census dates are unique to each program and may not follow University-wide census dates.  Drops are not permitted after census date. 

To withdraw from a degree program, a “Program Withdrawal” form must be filled out and have appropriate signatures.  This form can be obtained by contacting the program coordinator.

Refund Policy  

Refund dates correspond with program census dates.  To obtain a refund, a completed refund form (**) should accompany the drop form and be submitted to the Extended Education office.  Please note: Refund dates are unique to each program and may not follow University-wide refund dates.  Refunds are not permitted after census date. 

Dropped for Non-Payment

 

Students will be dropped for non-payment.  Failure to make payment within 30 days from payment due date will result in being dropped from classes and Blackboard.

 

Final payment is required for re-registration.  Please note that it takes two business days to be re-registered in classes.

 

A $25 re-registration fee will be applied. 

 

R2T4 Policy 

Students who withdraw or cease to be enrolled prior to the end of a payment period and have received Federal or State aid must have a Return of Title IV Funds calculation performed or a pro-rata adjustment to their aid.  This calculation if performed by the Financial Aid Office. 

Up through the 60% point in each payment period, a prorated schedule is used to determine the amount of Title IV funds the student has earned at the time of withdrawal.  After the 60% point in the payment period, a student has earned 100% of the Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive.  A student that withdraws from all units before the first day of school is not subject to R2T4 and all financial aid will be canceled. 

Questions may be directed to the Univeristy Extended Education office at (209) 667-3111.