I am a Lecturer, am I eligible?
Lecturers (Full or Part Time) must have a three year appointment contract in order to be eligible.
I am a Coach, am I eligible?
Coaches must have at least six (6) consecutive years of service in the department.
Will my fee waiver application still be processed even if I miss the submission deadline?
It is important to meet the deadline because once the form is turned in, then further processing must occur
which can take several weeks. Also, when a late request is submitted, it can impact the processing time for
those applications submitted on time. However, in rare occasions, your application may be accepted late but
unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that your paperwork will be processed in time for registration. Additionally,
you may be required to pay fees and then seek reimbursement.
I submitted my fee waiver late and had to pay the fees out of my pocket.
How do I check on the status of my reimbursement?
Paying the fees directly does not automatically trigger a reimbursement - you need to specifically request it
from Student Financial Services, located in University Hall, Room 180 at extension 2495. Please allow at least
two (2) weeks from the date that you pay your fees before requesting reimbursement. Once the request has
been made, it can take several weeks to receive reimbursement. Reimbursement will take longer if fees were
paid by check than if they were paid by credit card.
If I am taking CSU fee waiver courses and non-fee waiver courses, what fees do I need to pay for?
For faculty, the Registration and Tuition Fees (in addition to the Application Fee, Identification Card Fee,
Instructional Related Activity Fee and Health Services Fee) are waived for the units of courses taken
in the CSU fee waiver program. There is a one-time $55 refund for the initial application into a degree program.
Note that for dependents, only the Application Fee and Identification Card Fee are waived, the other fees
are not. A maximum of two CSU courses or six units, whichever is greater, may be taken on the CSU fee waiver
program per semester/quarter at any CSU campus. When you or your dependent are taking courses in addition
to fee waiver courses, you will need to pay the difference between the part-time State University Fee and the
full-time State University Fee. All of the other fees must be paid at the regular rate.
What fees are waived for faculty taking CSU fee waiver courses?
The following fees are fully waived:
Application Fee, Identification Card Fee, Instructional Related Activity Fee and Health Services Fee.
The following fees shall be reduced to one dollar ($1.00) each:
Associated Student Body Fee, University Union Fee and Health Facilities Fee
Is the faculty fee waiver in effect for summer?
If summer courses are state supported they will be covered under the fee waiver benefit.
Courses in self-support programs are not covered.
Can a student registered at another CSU campus enroll in one class at CSU Fullerton
using the fee waiver benefit (for example, the home campus does not offer the class
that is offered at CSU Fullerton)?
Yes. Students enrolled at other campuses of The California State University may enroll at CSU Fullerton
while concurrently enrolled at their home campus or as visitors. Information about eligibility requirements,
enrollment conditions (e.g., the student must be in good standing and have completed at least 12 units) and
application forms are available from the Office of Admissions and Records at the home campus. The student
should pick up a visitor enrollment form from his or her home campus and obtain the necessary signatures
from the home campus Registrar's Office. The student should then submit the completed visitor enrollment
form to the CSU Fullerton Application Center in the Office of Admission & Records ( Langsdorf Hall, Room 108),
either by mail or in person. The form may be used for only one semester at a time. The student should then
submit the fee waiver paperwork to Faculty Affairs & Records (FAR). FAR notifies CSU Fullerton's
Office of Admissions & Records (A&R) of the fee waiver application and codes the fee waiver into the system
so that the student can attend CSU Fullerton as a faculty dependent. After taking the class at CSU Fullerton
via a visitor enrollment, the student returns to his or her home school as a continuing student. The transcript
showing the work completed at CSU Fullerton will automatically be sent to the student's home campus.
Do I need to apply for a fee waiver for every semester I am taking classes?
Yes. Either your status or your dependent's status may change, so each semester, fee waiver applications
must be submitted.
What is the difference between job-related courses and career development courses?
Job-related courses relate to your current faculty assignment or the retraining of a faculty unit employee
that will benefit the campus. Follow the process in the section entitled Job-Related Courses.
Career development courses relate to future career opportunities and assignments within the CSU. Career
development courses require that a program of study be established by the faculty member and an appropriate
advisor of choice. This program requires a written approval of the appropriate administrator. Normally,
CSU admission requirements must be met. See Articles 26.1-26.15 of the Unit 3 Collective Bargaining Agreement
at: http ://www.calstate.edu/LaborRel/Contracts_HTML/CFA_CONTRACT/article26.shtml for more information.
How will the fee waiver benefit impact my taxes?
Fee waivers for faculty in a graduate or EDD program are subject to taxation by the Federal Government
if the courses are not directly related to your CSUF faculty position. THE TAXES WILL BE WITHHELD FROM
YOUR PAY WARRANT based on the semester you are utilizing the benefits. Please see the following for
more information: http ://www.calstate.edu/HRAdm/pdf2011/TL-BEN2011-14.pdf