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University Fees. Parent Orientation Summer 2009. University Mission. “…Our affordable undergraduate and graduate programs provide students the best of current practice, theory, and research and integrate professional studies with preparation in the arts and sciences…”.

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### University Fees

Parent Orientation

Summer 2009

University Mission

“…Our affordable undergraduate and graduate programs provide students the best of current practice, theory, and research and integrate professional studies with preparation in the arts and sciences…”

Calculating Resident Fees (Fall 2009)

Please turn to page 12 in your Parent Handbook

Non-Resident Fees (Fall 2009)
• Non-resident students must add \$372.00 to their basic registration fees for each unit of credit they take.
Calculating Non-Resident Fees
• Total Basic Registration Fees from

the Resident Table \$ 2331

• Multiply the number of units the

student will take by \$372. + \$

• Add the top two lines to get

the Total Fee Payment Due. = \$

Calculating Non-Resident Fees
• Total Basic Registration Fees from

the Resident Table \$ 2,331

• Multiply the number of units the

student will take by \$372. + \$ 3,720

• Add the top two lines to get

the Total Fee Payment Due. = \$_____

Calculating Non-Resident Fees
• Total Basic Registration Fees from

the Resident Table \$ 2,331

• Multiply the number of units the

student will take by \$372. + \$ 3,720

• Add the top two lines to get

the Total Fee Payment Due. = \$ 6,051

Payment Due Date
• Titan II Registration (August 4 – 21):

-Registration online (via student portal access) allows you to register for classes first, and then the payment is due immediately on the same day of registration or the student will be subject to disenrollment. Payments via web are due by 11:30pm on the given due date. In-person and

mail-in payments are due by 5:00pm on the given due date.

Installment Payment Plan (IPP)
• Designed to give students the opportunity to pay their registration fees or non-resident tuition over an extended period of time
• Students 18 years of age and over, may apply for the IPP immediately after they register on Titan Online.
• During Titan II payment #1 is due immediately on the same day of registration.
• Resident students must pay a \$33 nonrefundable

processing fee.

• Non-resident students must pay a nonrefundable

15% service charge.

• For detailed payment information: http://sfs.fullerton.edu and select “Payment Information” then “Installment Payment Plans”
Financial Aid
• Financial aid is available to students (dependant on eligibility) in the following forms:

grants – financial aid that does not have to be paid back.

work study – allows you to earn money for your

education.

loans– allows you to borrow money for your education.

Must repay loans, with interest.

scholarships– generally does not have to be paid back.

• Eligibility is first determined by the completion of the

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

• For more information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at (657) 278-3125. Financial Aid is located in University Hall 146.
Federal Student Loan & Credit Cards
• Credit cards typically have higher interest rates for students.
• Federal student loans are supported by the federal government. Usually have lower interest rates, offer attractive repayment terms, benefits and options.
Federal Student Loan vs. Credit Cards
• Standard Stafford Loan with a fixed 6.8% interest*

Example: \$10,000 x 0.068 = \$680 Interest

Total Debt: \$10,000 + \$680 = \$10,680

• Some credit cards will offer an interest rate of

up to 25%**

Example: \$10,000 x 0.25 = \$2,500 Interest Total Debt: \$10,000 + \$2,500 = \$12,500

*Source: Student Aid on the Web - http://federalstudentaid.ed.gov/locate.html

**Source: CollegeBoard - http://www.collegeboard.com/

• Fees are subject to change without notice when approved by:
• State Legislature
• Chancellor’s Office Executive Order
• Campus Student Fee Advisory Committee
• Student Body Vote