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Payment Methods

You may pay all registration, course fees, and on-campus housing installments by mail. Please send payments to the following address:

Cashier's Office
Cal State Easy Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542

*All CSU, Easy Bay mail is delivered to a centralized campus distribution center and may require up to 48 hours of processing before final delivery to departments, including overnight parcels. In addition, if you use the "regular" mailing address, for items sent through a carrier/courier service, there could be a longer delay in delivery to our office. In order for payments to be considered on time, they must be received in Student Financial Services' Office. Credit will not be given for mail received in the campus central distribution center. Please plan accordingly.

Make your check or money order payable to CSU, Easy Bay. To ensure credit to the proper account, include the following information on your check or money order:

  • Print your full legal name
  • Student ID number

Do not mail cash.

You may also pay in person with a check, money order, cashier’s check or cash, at the Cashiers Office, Student Administration Services (SA) Room 1200 during normal business hours Monday through Thursday: 8:30am to 5:00pm and Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm.

Payments for registration, tuition, and on-campus housing charges can also be made via electronic check. There is no fee for using this service.

Payments are accepted for registration, tuition, and on-campus housing charges by MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or Discover using CASHNet SMARTPAY. Debit cards are treated the same as credit cards and will incur the service fee. The service fee for use of CASHNet SMARTPAY is 2.75 percent.

We have partnered with Western Union to streamline the tuition payment process using CASHNet SMARTPAY for our international students. With Western Union, you are offered excellent foreign exchange rates, allowing you to pay in your home currency (in most cases) and save a significant amount of money, as compared to traditional banks.

The tuition fee installment contract is intended to assist non-financial aid students and to defer the tuition fee for all eligible students who apply. The payment plan is available for regular matriculated students only. Students enrolled in Open University, Continuing Education and any of their special programs, ALP programs, and Summer Self Support programs, are not eligible for the university payment plan. There is a $30 non-refundable installment contract fee per quarter and a new contract must be completed each quarter. The campus fees are due by the fee payment deadline and the tuition is split into three (3) payments with the service fee applied to the first payment. Once you enroll for the payment plan, you can view the due dates and amounts in your student center.

How to Sign Up and Pay in Installments

To sign up for fee installment plan on or before September 11th, 2017, find the "Enroll in Payment Plan" option inside your MyCSUEB Student Center under the other financial drop down menu and be sure to make your payment by the fee payment due date. See the complete fees, agreement details and payment due dates inside the Student Center. Your Installment Plan contract is not effective until the first payment has been made online by ACH or credit card, by mail, or in person at the Cashier's Office in the Student Services and Administration (SA) Building on the Hayward Campus.

Installment Plan Payment Due Dates

Students are responsible for making installment payments by the following dates:

For Fall Quarter 2017; Sept. 11, 2017; Oct. 11, 2017; Nov. 11, 2017

For students who register for classes after September 19th, 2017:

If you sign up for the installment plan after September 19th or by September 29th, 2017, your Installment payment is due by September 29th, 2017.  

Installment Plan Payment Due Dates

Students are responsible for making installment payments by the following dates:

For Fall Quarter 2017; Sept. 29, 2017; Oct. 11, 2017; Nov. 11, 2017

Additional Information

Cashier’s Office, Student Administration SA 1200 or by calling 510-885-3865.

Student Financial Services (SFS) will defer payment for sponsored students and will bill an external agency for registration fees, non-resident tuition, and course fees. SFS has the right to refuse an authorization to bill an agency or deferment of fee payment for a student pending receipt of payment from a third party sponsor, due to previous refusal to pay, extended collection efforts, or other reasons.

Sponsored students must submit an authorization to bill, letter of sponsorship, purchase order, etc. to Student Financial Services by the registration fee payment deadline for each quarter. Failure to submit the authorization by the fee payment deadline may result in a disenrollment for non-payment. If a late fee is added, it cannot be billed to the agency, but must be paid by the student.

If you are attending under a special fee waiver program and have completed all application and eligibility requirements as of the fee payment deadline date, please pay according to the charges posted in the student account. All waivers will be posted to your account before the fee payment deadline and as the information is received.

* In addition to the fees listed below, additional per unit fees will be assessed if enrolled in the MBA Program or are a non-resident of the State of California.

** All fees included a $2 voluntary SIRF fee every fall and spring quarter. If you choose to opt out of the fee, done through your student center, you will need to subtract $2 from the balance.

A $25 fee will be charged for all checks or e-payments returned by your bank, for any reason. The dishonored check or e-payment plus the $25 fee must be paid with cash, cashier’s check, or money order. If a student or anyone paying on the student’s behalf has written one or more returned checks, check cashing privileges will be revoked. If the dishonored check or credit card was for payment of registration fees, the student may be dis-enrolled from classes.

If you registered for a class and do not plan to attend, it is your responsibility to drop the course by the last day of the Drop Period. Do not assume that by not attending the first class meeting you will automatically be dis-enrolled. Students who wish to withdraw from a course should review the Fee Refund Policy if they wish to receive a refund. Visit the Registration web site to learn more about dropping or withdrawing from a course. Complete details about withdrawal policies can also be found in the University Catalog.

Students may request a breakdown of tuition related charges on official university document. This breakdown will include a list of all tuition; all mandatory fees related to tuition, the term, and official university seal and are signed by the certified employee. All special requests such as form of payment needs to by indicated in the request. Once a request is received it can take 7 to 10 business days to process. All current quarter requests will be processed after the add/drop period. If the request is for multiple quarters then it may take longer then the 7 to 10 business days to process. The document can be picked up at the cashier’s office or mailed to the address indicated on the student center or sent via horizon email. The request can be submitted by filling out a form at the cashier’s office or sending an email using your horizon email address to the following:

Per students last name:

A-E: Carla.calix@csueastbay.edu

F-J: Vandhanjit.kaur@csueastbay.edu

K-O: Brian.schuck@csueastbay.edu

P-T: Aicha.kouairy@csueastbay.edu

U-Z: Kathleen.wheeler2@csueastbay.edu

In the email please indicated the term you are requesting, your net ID number and how you want to receive it.

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