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Cashier Services

Cashier Locations & Contact Information | How to Make a Payment |
Tuition & Fees
| Refund Policy & Deadlines

 

Enrollment Fee Payments

Hold & Fine Payments

Parking Permit Purchase

Enrollment Verification (Request)

Activity Card

Material Fees

 

Public Transportation

 

Students who have a current Palomar College Student Activity card can purchase a $59  Sprinter/Breeze (NCTD) Bus Pass at a discounted price of $49.  

How to Make a Payment - Palomar College accepts payments by cash, check, money order and most major credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover and AMEX). If a credit card is used at the walkup window, the card holder must be present and picture identification is required.  Checks are limited to the amount of the total fees and must be made payable to Palomar College. Payments to cover "Non Sufficient Funds"(NSF) checks must be paid in cash or by money order only.

Student eServices
You may pay by credit card in eServices

   
Mail-in Payment
Mail to: Palomar College
1140 W. Mission Rd
San Marcos, CA 92069
Attn: Cashier Services
DO NOT SEND CASH PAYMENTS
Walk-in
Cashier's Office, Admin Bldg
San Marcos Campus OR
Escondido Education Center - Main Lobby
   
   
Payments are not accepted at other Palomar College locations.
No Cash Payments by Mail

Tuition and Fees -  Summer2014

 

Mandatory Fees

Optional Fees *

 

In-State
Students

Non-Resident Students

Int'l/Foreign Students

 

Enrollment Fee **

$  46 per unit

$  46 per unit

$  46 per unit

 

Non-Resident Tuition

 

$200 per unit

$200 per unit

 

Capital Outlay Fee

 
$4 per unit 

$  4 per unit

 

Health Fee

$  19

$ 19

$  19

 

Student Center Fee

$  1 per unit

$  1 per unit

$  1 per unit

 

Student Rep Fee

 
 
 

$1 per term

Palomar Identification Card

 
 
 

$15 per term

Parking Permit

 
 
 

$40 per term

Audit Fee

$  15 per unit

$  15 per unit

$  15 per unit

 

Additional I-20 Forms

 
 

$  2

 

Transcript Verifications

 
 
 

$5 Reg, $10 Rush

Nonsufficient Funds Fee

$  20

$  20

$  20

 
 
 
 
 

*Nonrefundable

 

Tuition and Fees - Fall 2014

 

In-State
Students

Non-Resident Students

Int'l/Foreign Students

 

Enrollment Fee **

$  46 per unit

$  46 per unit

$  46 per unit

 

Non-Resident Tuition

 

$200 per unit

$200 per unit

 

Capital Outlay Fee

 
$5 per unit  

$  5 per unit

 

Health Fee

$  19

$  19

$  19

 

Student Center Fee

$  1 per unit

$  1 per unit

$  1 per unit

 

Student Rep Fee

 
 
 

$1 per term

Palomar Identification Card

 
 
 

$15 per term

Parking Permit

 
 
 

$40 per term

Audit Fee

$  15 per unit

$  15 per unit

$  15 per unit

 

Additional I-20 Forms

 
 

$  2

 

Transcript Verifications

 
 
 

$5 Reg, $10 Rush

Nonsufficient Funds Fee

$  20

$  20

$  20

 
 
 
 
 

*Nonrefundable

 

** If the enrollment fee is increased by State law after registration has begun, you will be required to pay the difference for all classes on your schedule at that time.
Fees are subject to change without further notice.
 
Fee Payment Procedure
Students are responsible for paying all mandatory fees. All fees will be due at registration. Students who do not pay for their classes might be dropped and will still owe enrollment fees.  The college will waive or refund enrollment fees only when a drop is processed within the first two weeks of a class. Failure to make payment of any amount owed to the College when they become due, is considered sufficient cause to withhold future enrollment, grades transcripts, diplomas, certificates and/or degrees. Unpaid fees are subject to collection
 
Enrollment Fee Refund/Waiver Policy
Classes must be dropped within the first two weeks of the semester to qualify for a refund or waiver of fees. No refunds or waivers will be granted for drops after the drop deadline date, unless the class is cancelled by the College or if a verified processing error by the College occurred. There is no prorated refund schedule.
Class  Summer 2014 Class  Fall 2014

4- WK Classes

6 and 8-WK Classes
June 2, 2014

June 29, 2014
Full-semester Classes

Fast Track 1

Fast Track 2

August 31, 2014


August 31, 2014


October 27, 2014
Late Start, Short Term Classes 13 days after first day of class Late Start, Short Term 13 days after first day of class
Open entry, Open exit Classes no refund if added or dropped after 6/29/14 Open entry, Open exit Classes no refund if added or dropped after 8/31/14
 
Refunds or waivers will not be made for classes that you do not attend. It is the student's responsibility to drop classes by the drop refund deadline or incur the fees.

Refunds will be processed periodically beginning the 4th week of the semester. If payment was made by credit card, the refund will be credited back to the credit card used. If the payment was made by cash or check, the refund check will be mailed to the student's address of record. Refunds can not be carried forward for credit to the next semester registration/enrollment. Refunds are processed after all fees or obligations owed to the College are met.

Delinquent Debt Collection Charge
Each student is responsible for paying all fees by the start of classes for a term or session. When classes remain on the student schedule and fees are not paid, the fees owed are past due and subject to the collections process. If a student's account is sent to a collection agency, a 30% penalty is added to the balance owed to the College. Accounts placed for collection shall be listed on credit bureaus at the discretion of the collection agency.

If a delinquent debt is sent to the State Chancellor's Office Tax Offset Program, a 33% penalty charge will be added to the balance owed.
Email cashiers@palomar.edu if you have any questions.

 

 

 
 
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