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Ready to embark on your academic journey at Cal State Long Beach? Explore the resources below to learn more about fees, deadlines, methods of payment, and more!

Reminder: All students enrolled at a CSU campus pay a systemwide tuition fee, in addition to campus mandatory fees. The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. All listed fees, other than mandatory system-wide fees, are subject to change without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester begins. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as╠řestimates╠řthat are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees, Chancellor, or the President, as appropriate.

Select a category below to view the latest fee details:

California Resident Undergraduate Fees
Tuition &
Mandatory Fees
PART-TIME
(0-6 Units)
FULL-TIME
(7+ Units)
CA Resident Tuition Fee $1,665.00 $2,871.00
Non-Resident Tuition Fee** See Below See Below
Facility $5.00 $5.00
Associated Students Inc. $78.00 $78.00
Instructionally Related Activities $89.00 $89.00
University Student Union $220.00 $220.00
Student ID Card $5.00 $5.00
Student Excellence Fee $173.00 $173.00
Student Health Center $75.00 $75.00
Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)* $2.00 $2.00
Total Tuition & Mandatory Fees Per Semest▒­░¨╠ř $2,312.00 $3,518

*Students may opt out of the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)╠řunder Account Activity╠řin╠ř.╠řIf students opt out after they have paid the fee,╠řcredit may be applied to any other outstanding charges for the following semester. Scroll down and view Other Potential Student Fees╠řfor details.

**Non-Resident Tuition: If you are not a resident of California, scroll down and review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

Be sure to explore╠řOther Potential Student Fees for any additional fees that may apply.╠ř

California Resident Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Fees
Tuition &
Mandatory Fees
PART-TIME
(0-6 Units)
FULL-TIME
(7+ Units)
CA Resident Tuition Fee $2,082.00 $3,588.00
Non-Resident Tuition Fee** See Below See Below
Facility $5.00 $5.00
Associated Students Inc. $78.00 $78.00
Instructionally Related Activities $89.00 $89.00
University Student Union $220.00 $220.00
Student ID Card $5.00 $5.00
Student Excellence Fee $173.00 $173.00
Student Health Center $75.00 $75.00
Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)* $2.00 $2.00
Total Tuition & Mandatory Fees Per Semest▒­░¨╠ř $2,729.00 $4,235

*Students may opt out of the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)╠řunder Account Activity╠řin╠ř.╠řIf students opt out after they have paid the fee,╠řcredit may be applied to any other outstanding charges for the following semester. Scroll down and view Other Potential Student Fees╠řfor details.

**Non-Resident Tuition: If you are not a resident of California, scroll down and review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

Be sure to explore╠řOther Potential Student Fees for any additional fees that may apply.╠ř

The Graduate Business Professional Fee is charged to all students at $270.00 per credit unit in addition to the Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Fees for the following graduate business programs:

  • Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Accountancy
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Business Administration
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Health Care Management
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Business and Technology
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Information Systems
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Taxation
  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Finance

  • Master of Science (M.S.) programs in Marketing Analytics

▒Ě┤ă│┘▒­:╠řNot all programs listed above are offered at vz99.

California Resident Teaching Credential Fees
Tuition &
Mandatory Fees
PART-TIME
(0-6 Units)
FULL-TIME
(7+ Units)
CA Resident Tuition Fee $1,932.00 $3,330.00
Non-Resident Tuition Fee** See Below See Below
Facility $5.00 $5.00
Associated Students Inc. $78.00 $78.00
Instructionally Related Activities $89.00 $89.00
University Student Union $220.00 $220.00
Student ID Card $5.00 $5.00
Student Excellence Fee $173.00 $173.00
Student Health Center $75.00 $75.00
Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)* $2.00 $2.00
Total Tuition & Mandatory Fees Per Semest▒­░¨╠ř $2,579.00 $3,977

*Students may opt out of the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)╠řunder Account Activity╠řin╠ř.╠řIf students opt out after they have paid the fee,╠řcredit may be applied to any other outstanding charges for the following semester. Scroll down and view Other Potential Student Fees╠řfor details.

Note:╠řTeacher Credential Program participants are post-baccalaureate students who have been admitted to a Multiple Subject, Single Subject or Special Education teaching credential. Students pursuing an advanced or service credential or who are simultaneously enrolled in a Master's program pay the Graduate rate.╠řStudents in a second bachelorÔÇÖs degree program are considered╠řGraduate students and pay the Graduate rate.

**Non-Resident Tuition: If you are not a resident of California, scroll down and review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

Be sure to explore╠řOther Potential Student Fees for any additional fees that may apply.╠ř

California Resident Ed.D. Education Fees
Tuition &
Mandatory Fees
PART-TIME
(0-6 Units)
FULL-TIME
(7+ Units)
CA Resident Tuition Fee $5,919.00 $5,919.00
Non-Resident Tuition Fee** See Below See Below
Facility $5.00 $5.00
Associated Students Inc. $78.00 $78.00
Instructionally Related Activities $89.00 $89.00
University Student Union $220.00 $220.00
Student ID Card $5.00 $5.00
Student Excellence Fee $173.00 $173.00
Student Health Center $75.00 $75.00
Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)* $2.00 $2.00
Total Tuition & Mandatory Fees Per Semest▒­░¨╠ř $6,566.00 $6,566.00

*Students may opt out of the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)╠řunder Account Activity╠řin╠ř.╠řIf students opt out after they have paid the fee,╠řcredit may be applied to any other outstanding charges for the following semester. Scroll down and view Other Potential Student Fees╠řfor details.

**Non-Resident Tuition: If you are not a resident of California, scroll down and review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

Be sure to explore╠řOther Potential Student Fees for any additional fees that may apply.╠ř

California Resident Physical Therapy Doctorate Fees╠ř
Tuition &
Mandatory Fees
PART-TIME
(0-6 Units)
FULL-TIME
(7+ Units)
CA Resident Tuition Fee $8,598.00 $8,598.00
Non-Resident Tuition Fee See Below See Below
Facility $5.00 $5.00
Associated Students Inc. $78.00 $78.00
Instructionally Related Activities $65.00 $65.00
University Student Union $220.00 $220.00
Student ID Card $5.00 $5.00
Student Excellence Fee $173.00 $173.00
Student Health Center $75.00 $75.00
Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)* $2.00 $2.00
Total Tuition & Mandatory Fees Per Semester $9,245.00 $9,245.00

*Students may opt out of the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)╠řunder Account Activity╠řin╠ř.╠řIf students opt out after they have paid the fee,╠řcredit may be applied to any other outstanding charges for the following semester. Scroll down and view Other Potential Student Fees╠řfor details.

**Non-Resident Tuition: If you are not a resident of California, scroll down and review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

Be sure to explore╠řOther Potential Student Fees for any additional fees that may apply.╠ř

California Resident Nursing Practice Doctorate Fees╠ř
Tuition &
Mandatory Fees
PART-TIME
(0-6 Units)
FULL-TIME
(7+ Units)
CA Resident Tuition Fee $7,635 $7,635
Non-Resident Tuition Fee** See Below See Below
Facility $5.00 $5.00
Associated Students Inc. $78.00 $78.00
Instructionally Related Activities $89.00 $89.00
University Student Union $220.00 $220.00
Student ID Card $5.00 $5.00
Student Excellence Fee $173.00 $173.00
Student Health Center $75.00 $75.00
Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)* $2.00 $2.00
Total Tuition & Mandatory Fees Per Semest▒­░¨╠ř $8,282 $8,282

*Students may opt out of the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF)╠řunder Account Activity╠řin╠ř.╠řIf students opt out after they have paid the fee,╠řcredit may be applied to any other outstanding charges for the following semester. Scroll down and view Other Potential Student Fees╠řfor details.

**Non-Resident Tuition: If you are not a resident of California, scroll down and review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

Be sure to explore╠řOther Potential Student Fees for any additional fees that may apply.╠ř

Other fees and charges may apply to students, depending on activities and eligibility.

Examples of additional fees may include:
Description Fee
Application or Reapplication Fee Pay when you apply or reapply to vz99 $70
Course Fees - Some courses may have special materials or activities fees Varies
Apply to Graduate Fee (Winter 2023ÔÇôFall 2023) $100
Apply to Graduate Fee (Winter 2024ÔÇôFall 2024) $125
Dishonored check charge applied to your account if your bank cannot honor any check you write to vz99 $20
Enrollment Deposit $150
Disputed Credit Card Fee $20
Installment Plan Fee $33
Late Payment fee charged to your account if you miss administrative deadlines╠ř $10
Late registration fee applies if you register on or after your first day of class instruction $25
Refund processing fee $10
Replacement vz99 ID fee $5
Official transcript fee $12
Charges by╠řother University Departments╠ř Varies

Other Student Fees:

  • Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF): On January 28, 2015 the CSU Board of Trustees established a new voluntary student fee, the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF). This fee is charged to all students unless they╠řchoose to opt out of the fee, which can be done via Myvz99 Student Center. The fee amount is $2 per fall and spring term, and is used to support the student leadership, involvement, governance, and advocacy programs managed by the California State Student Association (CSSA). For more information, see╠ř.
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  • If you are not a resident of California, review the Non-Resident Tuition section for additional fee information.

If you are not a resident of California, you must add╠ř$396.00╠řfor each unit of credityou take to your tuition total.

Example Non-Resident Tuition for an undergraduate who wishes to register for 12 units:

  • Total California Resident Tuition and Mandatory Fees:╠ř$3,516.00
  • Multiply the number of units (12) by╠ř$396:╠ř= $4,752.00
  • Add the two amounts together for total non-resident tuition: $3,516.00 + $4,752.00 = $8,268.00

Students may be exempt from non-resident classification if they are a teacher, military service member, California high school graduate who has attended a California high school at least three years, or a dependent child of California residents. If so, you must apply for an exemption every semester through Enrollment Services.

Learn more via Residency for Tuition Purposes.

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For the latest information on payment deadlines, policies, and resources, select a topic below:

Fees are either due 30 days from registration or by the pre-semester payment deadline. Students are typically assigned a payment due date at the time of class registration. Late registration fees may apply once the semester has begun.

For the latest payment schedules and information about when to pay your fees, visit Tuition and Fees: Payment Deadlines.

Common payment methods include:

  • Check or Money Order
  • E-Check (Electronic Check)
  • Payment Plans
  • Credit Card
  • Foreign Currency
  • Third Party Payments

Students may also enroll in a payment plan, have financial aid awards, or be a part of an assistance program to help make tuition and fee payments. View instructions and resources via Tuition and Fees: Payment Methods.

The university automatically generates refunds two weeks after census, which is approximately 6 weeks after the start of the semester. If you drop all classes prior to the first day of instruction or drop from full time to part time on or prior to the last day of self-service registration you may submit an .

Explore the refund schedule, learn about university tuition policies, and more via Tuition and Fees: Refunds.

There are various forms of financial aid opportunities that are available to students depending on eligibility. Remember, your financial aid package will always align with your unit load╠ř(for example, if you drop a class and have 6 units of coursework vs. 9 units, this may impact your financial aid amount as you will move from being considered a full-time-student to a part-time student). If your financial or educational situation changes after you have applied for aid, you may apply for appeal.

Available aid programs may include, but are not limited to:

  • Scholarships
  • Federal Grants
  • State Grants
  • vz99 Grants
  • Federal Student Loans
  • Federal Work-Study

The vz99 Financial Aid and Scholarships team is here to support you with resources and tools that may help you apply for aid and fund your educational goals. Learn more via Financial Aid and Scholarships.

Tuition and fees represent only a part of your total education costs, which include items such as books, supplies, and living expenses. At Cal State Long Beach, the following elements are included in standard Cost of Attendance estimates: ╠ř

  • Tuition and Mandatory Fees╠ř
  • Living Expenses (Housing and Food)╠ř
  • Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment╠ř
  • Transportation╠ř
  • Miscellaneous Personal Expenses╠ř
  • Federal Student Loan Fees╠ř

Except for tuition, mandatory fees, and on-campus housing, all other components of Cost of Attendance are based on the data from the Student Expenses and Resources Survey administered by the California Student Aid Commission. ╠ř

View your program's full cost of attendance and additional details via Cost of Attendance. ÔÇ»╠ř