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Application Fees.   

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(a) Definitions.

(1) Semester and Quarter. As used in this section, the words "semester," and "quarter" shall include any semester or quarter other than a special session semester or quarter for which tuition fees are required pursuant to Education Code Section 89708.

(2) Application for Admission. As used in this section, the phrase "application for admission" shall include an application for readmission as well as an application for initial admission to a campus for undergraduate or post-baccalaureate study.

(b) Imposition of Fee. All applications for admission to a campus shall pay an application fee of fifty-five dollars ($55.00) for the processing of the application by the campus.

(c) Time of Payment. Application fees shall be submitted with applications for admission, and no application shall be considered complete unless accompanied by said fee.

(d) Exclusions. This section shall not apply;

(1) to applications for enrollment in extension courses or as an auditor without credit.

(2) to applications for admission submitted by persons enrolled at the campus to which application is made during either of the two semesters or any of the three quarters, as the case may be, immediately preceding the semester or quarter with respect to which the application is submitted, unless such person was enrolled at another institution subsequent to such previous semester or quarter.

(3) to an application transferred at the request of the applicant to a campus by the campus at which it was originally filed, provided that the application fee was paid at the latter if required by this section, and provided further, that the applicant did not enroll at the campus at which the application was previously filed.

(4) to applications for admission which are restricted to certain special programs as designated by the Chancellor.

(5) to applications for admission from individuals as to whom, in the judgment of the president or designee, payment of the fee would constitute undue financial hardship. The Chancellor shall establish appropriate guidelines for implementation of this exclusion.

(6) in the case of a student returning from an authorized planned student leave granted by appropriate campus authority where the principal purpose of the leave was related to the student's educational objective, provided that the conditions of the leave have been met.

Authority cited:

Education Code 89030

Education Code 89700

Reference:

Education Code 89700

(Amended by Register 89, No. 31.)