Financial Aid is not awarded for the Winter Session as a standalone term. Winter Session units are combined with Spring term units to determine financial aid eligibility for Spring.
A sponsored student is one whose tuition will be paid by a third party, such as an employer, military organization, vocational rehabilitation department, municipality or any other agency, body, board or business entity.
In order for you to be considered a sponsored student, your sponsor must submit a letter of authorization to the Tseng College prior to registration. Upon approval, CSUN will invoice the sponsoring organization directly for your tuition fees; you will not have to pay at the time of registration. Please read instructions here: Third Party Sponsorships.
If you are a veteran, reservist or dependent of a veteran with disabilities or deceased veteran and you are eligible to receive educational benefits, please contact the CSUN Veterans Affairs Office for assistance with priority registration and fee payment.
CSUN Staff Fee Waiver Program
The University's Fee Waiver and Reduction Program for employees applies only to state-funded programs and terms. Therefore, the fee waiver program will not apply to courses offered in the self-support Winter Term.
Winter Term at CSUN is open to students from other colleges and universities, qualified high school seniors, working professionals, and community members, as long as course prerequisites are met. Winter ... Read more about Open University for Visiting Students
Category: Student Resources
If you are new to CSUN, your first step is to create a student account in order to receive a CSUN Student ID Number and a CSUN User ID.
Your CSUN ... Read more about Computer & Email Account
Category: Academic Policies & Student Conduct
Grades received in Winter Term become part of a student's academic record and are included in the student's overall grade point average at CSUN.
You can view and manage your academic, ... Read more about Grades