Fees post to student accounts in May 2013 (actual date TBD) for Session I and Special Session and July 2013 (actual date TBD) for Session II.
Summer Session fees are due according to the payment schedule on the Session I, Session II and Special Session calendars. It is your responsibility to be aware of fee amounts and payment deadlines. If you are mailing in your payment, allow a minimum of 7 to 10 working days for your payment to be received by the Central Cashiers. The actual date the payment is posted is used and not a postmark date.
An E-Bill notice will be sent to your UCSD issued email address when your bill is ready to be viewed and paid. If you enroll in courses after the due date for Session I, Session II, or Special Session courses, you will not receive an E-Bill notice. You are responsible for paying your fees by the posted deadlines. See the Session I, Session II and Special Session calendars for details.
Paper billing statements are mailed by Student Billing Services to the mailing address given on your application and may not be received by the payment deadline date for your course. You are responsible for paying your fees by the deadline. See the Session I, Session II and Special Session calendars for details. If you enroll after the payment due dates, you will not receive a paper billing statement for Session I or Special Session.
Any unpaid account balances or obligations such as tuition, library, parking fines, and/or loans to the University will result in a hold on grades and financial records until such accounts are cleared.
Visiting Students Please Note:
The student record system will calculate your fees and Student Billing Services will mail your billing statement after you enroll. Summer Session cannot guarantee that you will receive a billing statement. Billing statements are not needed to pay fees. Each student has access to TritonLink and can verify fees owed and paid. You are strongly encouraged to view and pay your invoice on-line as soon as fees post to your account. It is the student's responsibility to pay fees per the Session I, Session II and Special Session calendars. For more information contact Student Business Services.
Do not wait for a billing notification or statement. You may not receive an account statement in time to avoid course cancellation or late fees.