Third Party Agency or Waivers
In some instances, students registration fees may be partially or fully
paid by outside agencies or waivers.
If a Third Party Agency is paying your fees:
- You must submit your fee payment coupon along with your authorization
letter from the agency, allowing SDSU to bill them for your fees. Students
submitting authorizations to bill a Third Party for their fees will
be held responsible for payment if the Third Party Agency fails
to pay all or part of their fees within the semester of attendance.
The following are examples of Third Party Agencies:
- Your current employer
- Military agencies
- Prepaid state tuition program
If you have been approved for a waiver program that will cover your
- You must submit your fee payment coupon indicating the type of waiver
program along with a check payment for your share of the fees that the
waiver does not cover. Some waiver programs also require that you submit
an authorization form along with your fee coupon and payment. The following
waivers require an approved authorization form:
- Veterans Affairs (V.A. Fee Waiver)- You must obtain your
authorization form from the V.A. Office located in the Student
Services West, Room 1575.
- Employee or Faculty/Staff Dependent Fee Waiver- You must
obtain your signed and approved authorization form from Patty Schell
Resources (ESCW-4th Floor)
To access your fee payment coupon:
- Log into WebPortal
- Go to My Registration Info
- Click on Paid by Mail
Please take note that all paperwork must be submitted by your fee
payment deadline in order for you to register on the date and time assigned
to you. Failure to submit the correct paperwork on time may result
in your fees being deducted from your financial aid award or may delay
your ability to register.
Any questions in regard to a Third Party Agency or Waiver Program paying
your fees should be directed to the SDSU Cashiers Office at (619) 594-5253
or email to email@example.com.
Information on this Web site is subject to change without
notice. Every effort is made to ensure that information is current and
accurate. The statements found on this Web site are for informational
This page last updated April 04, 2012