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March 23, 2004
 

M E M O R A N D U M
 

TO:

CSU Presidents

FROM:

Charles B. Reed
Chancellor
 

SUBJECT:

Executive Order No. 898: Optional Summer Term State University Fee Schedules
 

Attached is Executive Order No. 898, which expands the Optional Summer Term State University Fee (SUF) Schedules available to campuses.

As in the past, campuses may choose to implement one of the summer term fee schedules described. Regardless of which option is implemented, campuses are reminded that fee revenues for budget allocation purposes will continue to be calculated using the standard SUF and that campuses will be responsible for meeting their fee revenue goals without additional support from the CSU systemwide office.

In accordance with policy of the California State University, the campus president is responsible for implementing executive orders where applicable and for maintaining the campus repository and index for all executive orders.

If you have questions regarding this executive order, please call Lenore Rozner, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Business Planning and Information Management, at (562) 951-4550.

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Executive Staff, Office of the Chancellor


Executive Order 898
 

THE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Office of the Chancellor
401 Golden Shore
Long Beach, California 90802-4210
(562) 951-4747

 

Executive Order:

898
 

Title:

Optional Summer Term State University Fee Schedules

Effective Date:

Summer Term 2004
 

Supersedes:

Executive Order No. 879
 

This Executive Order is issued pursuant to authority granted by Education Code Section 89700. It expands the Optional Summer Term State University Fee (SUF) Schedules available to campuses effective summer term 2004. A campus may elect to utilize one of the following summer term fee schedules:

Option #1: Standard State University Fee (SUF)

Option #1 is the standard SUF schedule and is the same as the fee schedule that applies during the academic year. The standard SUF also establishes the maximum fee that cannot be exceeded if a campus utilizes Option #2, #3, or #4.

Summer Term
State University Fee Schedule
Available To All Campuses
Units
Semester Campuses and Stanislaus

Summer Term Fee
Quarter Campuses

Summer Term Fee
Undergraduate:
 
 
6.1 or more
$1023
$682
Up to 6.0
$594
$396
Graduate:
 
 
6.1 or more
$1128
$752
Up to 6.0
$654
$436

Option #2: Per Unit Summer Term Fee

Option #2 allows campuses to implement a per unit fee schedule with a cap equal to the standard State University Fee.

Summer Term
Per Unit State University Fee Schedule
Available To All Campuses
Units
Per Unit Fee
Semester Campuses and Stanislaus

Maximum Summer Term Fee
Quarter Campuses

Maximum Summer Term Fee
Undergraduate:
 
 
 
6.1 or more
$107
$1023
$682
Up to 6.0
$146
$594
$396
Graduate:
 
 
 
6.1 or more
$120
$1128
$752
Up to 6.0
$164
$654
$436

Option #3: Hybrid Fee Structure

Option #3 allows a campus to charge students the standard SUF for up to 6.0 units and the per unit summer fee for the number of units in excess of 6.0 units

Summer Term
Hybrid Fee Schedule
Available To All Campuses
Units
Per Unit Fee For Units Above 6.0
Semester Campuses and Stanislaus

Maximum Summer Term Fee
Quarter Campuses

Maximum Summer Term Fee
Undergraduate:
 
 
 
6.1 or more
$107
$1023
$682
Up to 6.0
N/A
$594
$396
Graduate:
 
 
 
6.1 or more
$120
$1128
$752
Up to 6.0
N/A
$654
$436

Option #4 (Quarter-Calendar Campuses ONLY): Adjusted Tier Fee Schedule

Option #4 allows Quarter-Calendar Campuses to increase the number of units in which their students can be enrolled at the lower tier of the State University Fee.

Summer Term
Adjusted Tier Fee Schedule
Available To Quarter-Calendar Campuses Only
Units
Quarter Campuses
Summer Term Maximum
Undergraduate:
 
8.1 or more
$682
Up to 8.0
$396
Graduate:
 
8.1 or more
$752
Up to 8.0
$436

Campuses may choose which of the fee options to implement, but the State University Fees paid by students on campuses where one of the Optional Summer Term Fee Schedules has been implemented may not exceed the maximum semester/quarter fees established by the California State University's Board of Trustees and noted in Option #1.

 

 




Charles B. Reed
Chancellor

Dated: March 23, 2004