Payment or financial resource is required by December 12, 2023, 11:59 P.M. Drop date for non-payment for Spring 2024 is December 13, 2023.
Yes, you can still apply for financial aid even if you have not paid your fees. Students can complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or the CADAA (California Dream Act Application). Financial aid is intended to help cover the cost of tuition and other educational expenses. However, it is essential to complete the financial aid application process as early as possible to ensure timely processing and maximize your aid eligibility. Applications typically take 5-7 days to be received in our system. Once received, the review process begins. During our peak times, processing can take 4-6 weeks.
If you have the CCPG, your enrollment fees are waived. However, you are still responsible for the Student Health Center, Student Center, and Student Rep Fees. You can confirm your CCPG status by checking your awards via MyPalomar > Student Center > My Finances and Financial Assistance. You can also contact the Financial Aid Office at email@example.com or 760-744-1150 ext. 2366.
Yes. As a courtesy, we do send email reminders to your Palomar Student email account, however it is your responsibility to pay all enrollment fees, regardless of receiving an email.
All enrollment fees must be paid in full to avoid being dropped for nonpayment.
Yes, you can re-register online. However, the classes you originally registered for may not be available. If you are able to re-register, you will be required to pay within ten days or be dropped again. If a class section is full, you can place yourself on the waitlist (if available) or reach out to the instructor for permission.
An “Enrollment Blocking Indicator” will be placed on your account for past due balances. You will not be allowed to register for classes until past due balances have been paid. Once you have paid off your balance the system will update your account instantly and allow you to register.