Campus Fee Advisory Committee

CSU Campus Mandatory Fees

Tuition and campus-based mandatory fees generally cover fixed and ongoing expenses that the university continues to incur during the pandemic to maintain instruction, and operate student programs and facilities, many of which remain available to students virtually. Examples of these expenses include but are not limited to ongoing administrative and overhead costs for faculty and staff wages and benefits, utilities, repair and maintenance, payment of existing financing and long-term debt obligations for some facilities, academic retention and support services, library research and resources, academic counseling, supplemental student instructional services, academic student success centers, career development programs, student government programs, virtual recreation services and programs, diversity and inclusion programs, physical and mental health services from our student health centers, student clubs and activities, and mentorship and internship programs.

Please see the California State University list of campus mandatory fees(opens in new window) for more information.