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Beginning in Summer 2020, UCR Summer Sessions is no longer "pay-as-you-go." This means that Summer Sessions will not drop students from unpaid courses! If you enroll in a course and you later decide you don't want it, it is your responsibility to drop the course by the published drop deadline as listed at Dates & Deadlines. If you enroll in a course and you do not drop it by the published deadline, you will be billed for the course and you will receive a grade.
You may also need to pay these additional fees for your Summer Sessions classes:
Course Materials and Services Fee
Some departments charge Course Materials and Services Fees for specific classes. These fees cover the cost of the course materials and supplies you will use, special costs associated with the use of university-owned equipment, or the cost of other services that provide an educational benefit to you.
Single Document Fee
Beginning in Fall 2018, UCR has implemented a one-time Single Document Fee, which covers the cost of transcripts, enrollment verifications, and more. First-time Summer-only visitors and incoming Fall 2021 admits who opt to take Summer 2021 courses will be charged $50. For more information about the Single Document Fee, please visit the Registrar’s website .
- Special Program Fees
Visiting International Student Fees
Visiting international students may be subject to additional fees. Please visit the International Education Program (IEP) website for more information.
Beyond paying for your Summer Sessions classes, you may need to cover these additional costs:
Students are urged to make reservations in the Residence Halls for Summer Sessions as early as May 16. Please visit the Housing website or call (951) 827-6350 for more information.
All vehicles parked on the UCR campus Monday through Sunday, 7 a.m.–10 p.m. must display a valid UCR parking permit. More information about parking permits can be found at parking.ucr.edu .
UCR student ID cards are not mandatory but can be purchased for a fee. With an R'Card, you can borrow books from the library, attend campus events and even get free bus rides with RTA. Please visit the Card Services website for more information.
Summer fees will be due on July 15th, 2021. If you add any enrollments after July 16, 2021 fees will be due on August 13, 2021. Failure to pay fees on time may result in a $100 penalty and/or your fall registration may be impacted.
Summer Sessions will no longer drop students from unpaid courses. If you enroll in a course and you later decide you don't want it, it is your responsibility to drop the course by the published drop deadline as listed at Dates & Deadlines . If you enroll in a course and you do not drop it by the published deadline, you will be billed for the course and you will receive a grade.
Failure to pay your summer fees in full may negatively impact your fall course schedule.
- See https://sbs.ucr.edu/student-services#payment_options for more information about payment methods.
- Financial aid is available for qualifying UCR students. If you receive a financial aid award for the summer, it may cover some or all of your tuition. Students receiving financial aid from another campus or another source must pay their fees and arrange to be reimbursed by their campus or other source when their aid is disbursed.
Refunds may apply when you drop a course through R'Web within the allowed time frame. Please refer to the Dates & Deadlines page for refund deadlines for each specific session.
If you paid by credit card and are entitled to a refund, your credit card will be credited. If you paid by check, cash, money order or cashier's check, you will receive a check from Student Business Services. Please allow two to three weeks for processing from the time you officially drop the course on R'Web. Checks will be mailed to the address listed on your R'Web profile.
Course lab fees, materials fees, late fees and the online payment convenience fee are nonrefundable.