Student Accounts must be paid in full by the fee payment deadline (in MyCSUSM, click on the term you wish to view then "fees and charges").
In Fall and Spring terms you may be DROPPED from ALL of your classes (even if a partial
payment has been made), unless you are exempt. For winter and summer please see theExtended Learning (EL) website.
Only on-time payment or timely dropping of all classes, prior to the 1st day of the
term, will exempt students from a debt to the University.
You are eligible for a refund if you drop from full time to part time during the add/drop period. For Extended Learning (EL) classes please see theEL Website.
If you drop from full time to part time after the add/drop period, you are not eligible for a refund of the difference of fees. For Extended Learning (EL) classes
please see theEL website
If you drop all classes after the 1st day of the term, you are eligible for a pro-rated
refund up to the 60% period of the term. For Extended Learning (EL) classes please
see theEL website.
Any unpaid balances that remain at the add/drop deadline (typically 30 days from fees
due-date), will be considered past-due. Past-due accounts will result in a financial
hold which will prevent any new registration or the ability to obtain university services
such as transcripts. Additionally, past-due accounts are subject to late fees.