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In response to the unusual and challenging circumstances that our students are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cancel for Non-Payment (CNP) policy will be suspended for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters. The following deadlines and fees still apply to all students.

 

If you are concerned that unpaid charges could impact your classes and registration status, please use this helpful self-assessment tool to see how Cancel for Non-Payment may impact you if you are at risk, and how to seek assistance.

 

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As a graduate student, you will not be subject to Cancel for Non-Payment.

Are you officially registered for Fall 2020?

For example, you:

  • are enrolled in units
  • have paid at least 20% tuition/fees
  • have no holds

To check if you are officially registered, see "Status and Holds" on the "My Academics" tab in CalCentral. (Watch the CalCentral Introduction video to learn more.)

If you meet registration requirements for the current term, CalCentral will display an "Officially Registered" alert:
Status and Holds Fall 2020 - Officially Registered
If you do not meet registration requirements for the current term, CalCentral will display a "Not Officially Registered" alert:
Status and Holds Fall 2020 - Not Officially Registered

If you are not officially registered, do you have an exception from Cancel for Non-Payment?

To check if you have an exception, see "Status and Holds" on the "My Academics" tab in CalCentral. Watch the CalCentral Introduction video to learn more.)

If you are not officially registered for this term but have been granted an exception, CalCentral will display a "You Will Not be Canceled for Non-Payment" alert.

Status and Holds Fall 2020 - You Will Not Be Canceled for Non-Payment

Because you have been granted an exception, your classes will not be dropped.

Because you are officially registered for Fall 2020, your classes will not be dropped.

If you have an official financial aid offer and you meet all eligibility criteria, including having completed all outstanding tasks listed in CalCentral and are enrolled in at least six units, aid should apply to your account in CalCentral as early as August 17, 2020. (You can monitor your aid disbursements under the "My Finances" tab of CalCentral.)

If sufficient aid is ready to disburse and will cover at least 20 percent of your tuition and fees by the payment deadline, you will be excepted from Cancel for Non-Payment. To check if you have an exception, see "Status and Holds" on the "My Academics" tab in CalCentral. (Watch the CalCentral Introduction video to learn more.)

If your financial aid will cover at least 20 percent of your tuition and fees, CalCentral will display a "You Will Not be Canceled for Non-Payment" alert.

Status and Holds Fall 2020 - You Will Not Be Canceled for Non-Payment

If you do not see an "Officially Registered" or "You Will Not be Canceled for Non-Payment" alert in CalCentral you may be subject to Cancel for Non-Payment and should consider submitting a payment from another funding source.

See "What are my payment options?" "What is the typical payment amount?" Also, Short-term Emergency Loan.

You will not be subject to Cancel for Non-Payment if you see an "Officially Registered" or "You Will Not be Canceled for Non-Payment" status displayed in CalCentral.

However, if you are not sure whether your aid will cover at least 20 percent of your tuition and fees by the payment deadline of August 21, 2020, then you should consider submitting a payment from another funding source or contact Cal Student Central for assistance.

See "What are my payment options?" "What is the typical payment amount?" Also, Short-term Emergency Loan.

We recommend you work closely with the organization(s) to disburse your funds promptly. You should monitor CalCentral to see when the payment is posted to your account.

If this funding will NOT cover at least 20 percent or if the funding is not posted to your billing account by the fee payment due date of August 21, 2020, you may be subject for Cancel for Non-Payment.

We recommend that you consider making a payment from another funding source. See "What are my payment options?" "What is the typical payment amount?" Also, Short-term Emergency Loan.

You may be at risk of Cancel for Non-Payment.

If needed, prior to the payment deadline of August 21, 2020, you may apply for an emergency loan to assist you with your fee payment.

See "What are my payment options?" "What is the typical payment amount?"

Please contact Cal Student Central if you need assistance.

Please pay promptly to ensure your payment is received by the fee payment deadline of August 21, 2020. You can now pay with credit card (2.75% convenience fee) and e-checks via CalCentral.

If needed, prior to the payment deadline, you may apply for an emergency loan to assist you with your fee payment. Emergency loans will be disbursed August 19, 2020.

You are at risk of Cancel for Non-Payment until your payment is received. If you have both a prior term balance, you must pay both the prior term charges and at least 20 percent of fall tuition and fees to avoid being dropped from Fall 2020 classes.

See "What are my payment options?" "What is the typical payment amount?"

We understand you may need assistance under this policy, and we are here to help.

Have a great semester! Here are some key tips for you:

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