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2003-2004 Registration Fees

NOTE: On July 30, UC President Atkinson approved an additional 5% increase in systemwide fees on top of the 25% increase adopted by the UC Regents on July 17. The approved amounts are reflected below.

2003-2004 Fee Schedule (note: fees are per semester)
Undergraduates
  Residents Non-residents
University Registration Fee 356.50 356.50
Educational Fee 2,135.50 2,375.50
Berkeley Campus Fee 98.75 98.75
Class Pass Fee - Transit* 34.20 34.20
Health Insurance Fee* 304.00 304.00
Non-resident Tuition Fee N/A 6,865.00
Total $ 2,928.95 $ 10,033.95
Graduates
  Residents Non-residents
University Registration Fee 356.50 356.50
Educational Fee 2,253.00 2,375.50
Berkeley Campus Fee 98.75 98.75
Class Pass Fee - Transit* 34.20 34.20
Health Insurance Fee* 342.00 342.00
Non-resident Tuition Fee N/A 6,123.00
Total $ 3,084.45 $ 9,329.95
JD, MBA, HMEDSCI (see below for additional fees)
  Residents Non-residents
University Registration Fee 356.50 356.50
Educational Fee 2,375.50 2,375.50
Berkeley Campus Fee 98.75 98.75
Class Pass Fee - Transit* 34.20 34.20
Health Insurance Fee* 342.00 342.00
Non-resident Tuition Fee N/A 6,123.00
Total $ 3,206.95 $ 9,329.95

All fees are accurate as of the date published and are subject to change without notice.

The Campus Fee consists of an ASUC fee ($27.50), a Student Center fee ($6), an Ethnic Studies fee ($2.25), an Intramural Sports Facility fee ($28.50), a Life Safety fee ($31.50), and a Recruitment and Retention Centers fee ($3).

*Please note that the health insurance and Class Pass fees are not subject to adjustment in the event of a withdrawal and therefore remain assessed at 100%.

Additional Fees

Undergraduates
Nonimmigrant international undergraduates are assessed a $342.00 Health Insurance Fee.

School of Optometry Students
Students in the O.D. program are assessed a Professional Degree Fee (PDF) of $2,437.50 in addition to the above fees.

School of Law Students
All students in the School of Law are assessed an Instructional Materials Fee of $15.00. Students in the JD and LLM programs are assessed a Professional Degree Fee (PDF) of $4,737.00 and a Special Fee of $188.00 in addition to the above fees.

Haas School of Business Students
Students in the MBA program (not including the Evening and Weekend Program) are assessed a Professional Degree Fee (PDF) of $4,680.00 in addition to the above fees.

Students in self-supporting programs (e.g., the Evening/Weekend MBA Program, Masters in Financial Engineering Program) are subject to a different fee schedule than indicated in the tables above. Contact the program office for details.

UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program Students (HMEDSCI)
All students in the UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program are assessed a Medical Disability Insurance Fee of $30.50. Students in their second and third years of this program are assessed a Professional Degree Fee (PDF) of $4,086.50 and a special supplemental fee of $188.00 in addition to the above fees.

Miscellaneous Fees

 

  • A course materials fee (CMF) is assessed to students enrolled in specially designated courses. The fee, which varies by section and is indicated in the course listings, is assessed to students enrolled in these courses at the end of the 5th week of instruction. Students who drop the course(s) after that date are not entitled to a refund of the CMF.

    *At this time, certain courses in Bioengineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Planetary Science, Electrical Engineering, Geography, Integrative Biology, Journalism, Physical Education, and Physics require the CMF. Other courses may also require this fee.

     

  • A Late Enrollment Fee of $50 is charged to continuing students who fail to use Tele-BEARS and enroll in at least one class by the end of the Adjustment Period.

     

  • A Late Registration Fee of $50 is charged to continuing students who fail to pay their registration fees (either in full or the first installment) by the fee payment deadline.

     

  • An Add Fee of $5 per course is charged to students who add classes after the third week of instruction.

     

  • A Drop Fee of $10 per course is charged to undergraduates who drop classes after the second week of instruction, and charged to graduate students who drop courses after the third week of instruction.

All fees are automatically billed to student accounts by the Campus Accounts Receivables System (CARS) and will be reflected on their monthly CARS billing statements.

Requests for waiver of these fees must be substantiated with proof that failure to meet the deadline(s) was due to the action or inaction of the University. Direct requests for waivers to the Office of the Registrar, 120 Sproul Hall.

This page was last updated on Tuesday, November 24, 2009