Installment plan contracts are offered to assist students with paying tuition and fees. Installment plans divide tuition and fees into equal payments.
Current Matriculated CSULB Students:
Matriculated students should setup their installment plan online. Installment plans are available at MyCSULB under the Student Center/Finances/Enroll in Payment Plan.
Non-matriculated students will need to sign-up for an installment plan in person at the CPIE registration windows.
Available installment plans are determined at sign-up. A non-refundable $33 administrative fee is charged for participation in an installment plan, and is included as a part of the first installment payment. Once you enroll in an installment plan, changes to your academic load, subsequent fee increases, or new charges may affect the amount of your payments, which are not necessarily distributed evenly. It is your responsibility to check your account for any such changes.
The installment plan does not cover some fees such as library fines or tuition from a previous term. These fees will need to be paid prior to enrollment in an installment plan. If the student is not eligible, a student's account will not allow them to enroll. Please note that if the contract is not reflected on your student account, classes are subject to cancellation. It is the student's responsibility to check their MyCSULB account to ensure the installment plan has been successfully activated and to verify due dates.
For additional questions, contact Student Account Services at (562) 985-8280 or CPIE Student Services Center at (562) 985-5561.
The payment due dates are listed below:
- 1st payment due: TBD
- 2nd payment due: TBD
The last day to enroll in an installment plan is TBD.
The Installment Plan Contract will be available soon.
Visit the CSULB Enrollment Services site for more detailed enrollment instructions.
If your balance becomes delinquent, you may be placed with an outside collection agency. You will be responsible for any additional fees. As required by law, you are hereby notified that a negative credit report reflecting on your credit record may be submitted to a credit reporting agency if you fail to resolve this matter immediately.