Student Financial Services
New Student Involvement & Representation Fee
Starting in the Fall 2015 term there will be a new $2 student fee, Student Involvement and Representation Fee, assessed to each student on a voluntary basis - allowing you the choice to opt-out. The $2 contribution ensures that CSU students have a say on tuition, financial aid, student services, course availability, and academic advising.
Your elected student leader oversee involvement and representation dollars through the California State Student Association (CSSA). CSSA is the official student voice at the university system, state, and federal level. In addition to supporting student representation, your contribution increases opportunities for students to acquire relevant career skills, apply for scholarships, participate in internship, and advocate on issues that are important to you.
Instructions for Opting Out:
If you chose not to support the SIRF fee, you may opt-out each semester prior to the census date. Fall Term - September 21st.
- Navigate to your Student Center page, select the drop down link "Account Activity".
- Select the OPT OUT icon next to the Student Representation Fee.
Student Financial Services is the central location for cashiering, donation and gift processing and student account inquiries. Activities include assisting students with the registration process, providing information related to payments, refunds, deadlines and general questions about their student account.
Cashiering services include the receipt and deposit of all funds received on behalf of the university. Other responsibilities include distribution of payroll warrants, financial aid refunds or short-term loan checks. The Cashier’s office accepts payments for; tuition and fees, departmental fines and fees, parking permits, locker rentals, ID cards, transcripts, application fees, etc.
Student Accounts services include any inquires a student has regarding their tuition, fees and finances. The department is responsible for the disbursement of all financial aid and scholarships awarded by the university. Short-term loan application and installment payment plans are available for students with staff assistance. In addition, the department oversees the Federal Perkins Loan program. Student Financial Services is responsible for the collection of all university's accounts receivable and can provide payment plans to students for outstanding debt.
Gift Processing Center receives and processes all donations made to the university and its auxiliaries. Payments can be mailed directly to the GPC or made on the Humboldt State website.
Student & Business Services, Room 285
Phone: (707) 826-6789
Fax: (707) 826-5280
Student & Business Services, Room 257
Phone: (707) 826-4407
Fax: (707) 826-4929
8:00 am-5:00 pm
Humboldt State University
Student Financial Services
#1 Harpst Street, Suite 285
Arcata, CA 95521-8299
For Perkins Loans correspondence, please mark: Attention: Perkins Loans
|Glenda Rotherham||Acct Analyst/Disbursementsemail@example.com|
|Sandra Harpe||Acct Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Debbie L Snead||Acct Analystemail@example.com|
|Tina Walters||Acct Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Emily Lyons||Acct Analystemail@example.com|
|Amanda Parker||Acct Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|LeeAnne Smith||Lead Cashieremail@example.com|