Sac State Students to get Refunds Before Christmas

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It’s an early Christmas gift to some California State University students; a refund.

Sacramento State officials say because Proposition 30 was passed, a tuition fee contingency plan will roll back fees for every student to 2011-2012 levels.

The change is retroactive for the Fall term, meaning some students who already paid their tuition could get a refund of between $144 and $249.

Sacramento State will re-process financial aid packages and issue refund checks; their goal is to complete all adjustments by December 14.

Whether or not a student receives a refund, and how much that refund is for will be determined using multiple factors including method of tuition payment and unit load.

To find answers to frequently asked questions about this refund and tuition fees at California State Universities, click here.

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