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    CSU Maritime Academy
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
CSU Maritime Academy 2015/16-2016/17 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Fee Policy



Fee Policy Academic Years 2015/16 - 2016/17

Schedule of Tuition and Fees - 2014-15

The California State University (CSU) makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees.

The following reflects applicable system-wide fees for both semester and quarter campuses. These rates are subject to change.

Fees and tuition are subject to change without notice due to Trustee, Legislative, or University action. Updated fee information, payment deadlines, and procedures are provided each semester at the Schedule of Fees document posted at: https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

All Students

Application Fee (nonrefundable) payable by check or money order at time application is made: $55

2014-15 Basic Tuition Fees

Undergraduate Semester Quarter
6.1 or more units $2,736 $1,824
0 to 6.0 units $1,587 $1,058

 

Post-Baccalaureate Semester Quarter
6.1 or more units $3,369 $2,246
0 to 6.0 units $1,953 $1,302

Nonresident Students (U.S. and Foreign)

Nonresident Tuition (in addition to basic tuition fees and other systemwide fees charged all students) for all campuses:

  Semester Quarter
Charge Per Unit $372 $248

The total nonresident tuition paid per term will be determined by the number of units taken.

Mandatory system-wide fees are waived for those individuals who qualify for such exemption under the provisions of the California Education Code (see section on fee waivers).

Students are charged campus fees in addition to tuition fees and other system-wide fees. Information on campus fees can be found by contacting the individual campus or by viewing information at https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

Schedule of Fees - 2015-16

The California State University (CSU) makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, or the Presidents, as appropriate. Changes in mandatory system-wide fees will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act (Sections 66028 -66028.6 of the Education Code).

The following reflects applicable system-wide fees for both semester and quarter campuses. These rates are subject to change.

Fees and tuition are subject to change without notice due to Trustee, Legislative, or University action. Updated fee information, payment deadlines, and procedures are provided each semester at the Schedule of Fees document posted at: https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

All Students

Application Fee (nonrefundable) payable by check or money order at time application is made: $55

2015-16 Basic Tuition Fees

Undergraduate Semester Quarter
6.1 or more units $2,736 $1,824
0 to 6.0 units $1,587 $1,058

 

Post-Baccalaureate Semester Quarter
6.1 or more units $3,369 $2,246
0 to 6.0 units $1,953 $1,302

Nonresident Students (U.S. and Foreign)

Nonresident Tuition (in addition to basic tuition fees and other systemwide fees charged all students) for all campuses:

  Semester Quarter
Charge Per Unit $372 $248

The total nonresident tuition paid per term will be determined by the number of units taken.

Mandatory system-wide fees are waived for those individuals who qualify for such exemption under the provisions of the California Education Code (see section on fee waivers).

Students are charged campus fees in addition to tuition fees and other system-wide fees. Information on campus fees can be found by contacting the individual campus or by viewing information at https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

Schedule of Fees - 2016-17

The California State University (CSU) makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum. Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate. Therefore, CSU must reserve the right, even after initial fee payments are made, to increase or modify any listed fees, without notice, until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun. All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, or the Presidents, as appropriate. Changes in mandatory system-wide fees will be made in accordance with the requirements of the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act (Sections 66028 -66028.6 of the Education Code).

The following reflects applicable system-wide fees for both semester and quarter campuses. These rates are subject to change.

Fees and tuition are subject to change without notice due to Trustee, Legislative, or University action. Updated fee information, payment deadlines, and procedures are provided each semester at the Schedule of Fees document posted at: https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

All Students

Application Fee (nonrefundable) payable by check or money order at time application is made: $55

2016-17 Basic Tuition

Undergraduate Semester Quarter
6.1 or more units $2,736 $1,824
0 to 6.0 units $1,587 $1,058

 

Post-Baccalaureate Semester Quarter
6.1 or more units $3,369 $2,246
0 to 6.0 units $1,953 $1,302

Nonresident Students (U.S. and Foreign)

Nonresident Tuition (in addition to basic tuition fees and other systemwide fees charged all students) for all campuses:

  Semester Quarter
Charge Per Unit $372 $248

The total nonresident tuition paid per term will be determined by the number of units taken.

Mandatory system-wide fees are waived for those individuals who qualify for such exemption under the provisions of the California Education Code (see section on fee waivers).

Students are charged campus fees in addition to tuition fees and other system-wide fees. Information on campus fees can be found by contacting the individual campus or by viewing information at https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

Student Involvement and Representation Fee

On January 28, 2015 the CSU Board of Trustees adopted the Student Involvement and Representation Fee (SIRF), which goes into effect in Fall 2015. Submitted to the CSU by the California State Student Association (CSSA), this proposal aims to create a more stable, independent, and expanded statewide student association. Through a $2 per-term voluntary fee assessed to each CSU student, this new funding model will replace CSSA’s long-standing revenue sources that included Associated Students membership dues, fundraising, and Chancellor’s Office grants.

The campus is required to charge this fee to all students enrolled in a degree program, but it is voluntary for students to pay the fee. If the student chooses to opt out, the deadline is the semester census date (20th day of instruction) for each term. After census, students will no longer be able to opt out for the semester. If a student chooses to, they must opt out each fall and spring semester after fees are posted to the student account. This is the only systemwide fee that is non-mandatory and has the option to opt out. View information about opting out at:
https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/sirf

Campus-based fees

In addition to tuition fees and other systemwide fees, students enrolled in a degree program at Cal Maritime pay the following fees: Housing, Food Service, Health Services, Health Facility, Parking, Associated Student Body, Instructionally Related Activity, Campus Document, Recreation, Medical Insurance A & B and specific course and laboratory fees determined by courses taken. Current charges for registration related fees can be viewed each year in the Schedule of Fees document posted at: https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges.

In addition, there may be other fees charged by third parties for licenses and exams that are requirements of degree programs. Also, certain departments may make assessments of varying amounts for equipment and facilities, loss, damage, breakage, waste of materials and for late payments or late registration.

Medical Insurance is a requirement for all students enrolled in a degree program at Cal Maritime. All students meeting the enrollment eligibility requirements are charged for Medical Insurance A & B. Please see the Medical Insurance Handbook for more information.

Students who have private medical insurance with sufficient coverage to meet the minimum requirements established by Cal Maritime may complete a medical insurance fee waiver online to request a waiver for Part A. Medical Insurance B cannot be waived. Visit the Student Health Center page for more information. There are strict deadlines for this request.

If the Medical Insurance A fee waiver is approved, a credit to the student’s account will be made. Students who withdraw from Cal Maritime by the policy’s deadline and who have not used the Cal Maritime policy prior to withdrawal will also receive a credit for this fee. Students who request a refund or withdraw after the Cal Maritime policy deadline will be referred to Student Health Services at 707-654-1170.

Housing and Meal Plan

It is the policy of Cal Maritime that students enrolled in its degree programs maintain residence on campus and participate in a meal plan. Enrollment obligates student to pay charges for campus housing and food service unless the student has submitted and received written approval of their petition for off-campus housing.

Students are required to purchase approved uniforms. Please contact the Cal Maritime Bookstore at 707-654-1186 or visit www.cma.bkstr.com for information regarding cost and availability.

Fee Waivers and Exemptions

The California Education Code includes provisions for the waiver or exemption of mandatory systemwide fees as follows:

Section 66025.3 - Qualifying children, spouses/registered domestic partners, or unmarried surviving spouses/registered domestic partners of a war period veteran of the U.S. military who is totally service connected disabled or who died as a result of service-related causes; children of any veteran of the U.S. military who has a service-connected disability, was killed in action, or died of a service-connected disability and meets specified income provisions; any dependents or surviving spouse/registered domestic partner who has not remarried of a member of the California National Guard who in the line of duty and in active service of the state was killed or became permanently disabled or died of a disability as a result of an event while in active service of the state; and undergraduate students who are the recipient of or the child of a recipient of a Congressional Medal of Honor and meet certain age and income restriction;

Section 68120 - Qualifying children and surviving spouses/registered domestic partners of deceased public law enforcement or fire suppression employees who were California residents and who were killed in the course of active law enforcement or fire suppression duties (referred to as Alan Pattee Scholarships); and

Section 68121 - Qualifying students enrolled in an undergraduate program who are the surviving dependent of any individual killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon building in Washington, D.C., or the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in southwestern Pennsylvania, if the student meets the financial need requirements set forth in Section 69432.7 for the Cal Grant A Program and either the surviving dependent or the individual killed in the attacks was a resident of California on September 11, 2001. Student who may qualify for these benefits should contact the Admissions/Registrar’s Office for further information and/or an eligibility determination.

The California Education Code provides for the following nonresident tuition exemptions:

Section 68122 - Students who are victims of trafficking, domestic violence, and other serious crimes who have been granted T or U visa status are exempt from paying nonresident tuition if they (1) attended high school in California for three or more years; (2) graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent; and (3) registered as an entering student or are currently enrolled at a CSU campus.

Section 68130.5 - Students who are not residents of California are exempt from paying nonresident tuition if they (1) attended high school in California for three or more years; (2) graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent; and (3) registered as an entering student or are currently enrolled at a CSU campus. In addition, students without lawful immigration status will be required to file an affidavit stating that they have filed an application to legalize their immigration status, or will file an application as soon as they are eligible to do so. This exemption from paying nonresident tuition does not apply to students who are nonimmigrant aliens within the meaning of 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15), except as provided by Section 68122 above.

Students who believe they may qualify for these benefits should contact the Registrar’s Office for further information and an eligibility determination.

Payment of Fees and Other University Charges

Students will receive an email notification at their official campus email address when a fee statement is posted to their account. The email will provide a link to the login screen where a student can view his/her electronic statements. No fee bills, statements, or reminders will be mailed. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor his/her campus email and to view his/her account status.

Students may view their account balance and details of all charges at their Student Center in Self Service or by logging into the online payment site at: https://commerce.cashnet.com/csumpay

Fee due dates for each semester and other fee information can be viewed at: https://www.csum.edu/web/fiscal-services/fees-tuition-and-charges

All fees must be submitted to the campus Cashier’s Office by the published semester fee due date. After this date, all new fees and other charges posted to the student account are due within 24 hours after assessment.

Students adding courses after the semester’s posted “Last Day to Add” period may be required to remit payment before registering for new courses.

Payment Options

  • E-check (electronic check) payments are made online by following the link on Cal Maritime’s website (https://commerce.cashnet.com/csumpay) or through Online Services. There is no fee to make a payment online by e-check.
  • Credit/Debit Card payments are accepted online only by following the link (https://commerce.cashnet.com/csumpay) or through Online Services. All credit and debit card payments must be processed online. A convenience fee is assessed by the third party vendor who processes credit/debit card payments. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover bank credit cards may be used for payment of student fees.
  • Check or money order payments mailed should be addressed to:
    CSU Maritime Academy
    Attn: Cashier
    200 Maritime Academy Drive
    Vallejo, CA 94590-8181

In order to ensure payments are received and posted to your account by the fee due date, please mail payments at least 10 business days prior to the due date.

  • Check, money order or cash payments are accepted at the campus Cashier’s Office.
  • An approved Installment Payment Plan may be submitted with the required deposit and administrative fee each semester by the published due date. An application form and eligibility requirements are available from Cal Maritime’s web site.
  • Payment for the amount of fees equal to the anticipated financial aid for the semester may be deferred. To be eligible, a student must apply for financial aid and complete all paperwork (applications, promissory notes, tax records, pre-loan counseling, fee waiver forms, third party sponsor authorizations, etc.), clear all holds, and be enrolled in the units necessary to qualify for the aid award prior to the fee due date. If the anticipated aid is not sufficient to cover all fees, the student must remit payment for the remainder by the fee due date.

A student requesting deferred payment on the basis of anticipated financial aid but who is not certified by the Financial Aid office by the fee due date may have his/her enrollment canceled. Upon completion of Financial Aid certification, the student may re-enroll, subject to class availability, when registration re-opens for the semester. A late registration and late payment fee will be assessed. If a financial aid award or other third party sponsorship is changed or disallowed, the student is immediately responsible for payment in full.

  • Payments returned by the bank for any reason are subject to an administrative fee. A returned payment will be considered the same as no payment. Students who have a payment returned by the bank are required to pay by cash, certified check, money order or online by credit card.

Fees and Debts Owed to the Institution

Should a student or former student fail to pay a fee or a debt owed to the institution, Cal Maritime may “withhold permission to register, to use facilities for which a fee is authorized to be charged, to receive services, materials, food or merchandise or any combination of the above from any person owing a debt” until the debt is paid (Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Section 42380 and 42381).

Students and prospective students who register for courses offered by the university are obligated for the payment of fees associated with registration for those courses. Failure to cancel registration in any course for an academic term prior to the first day of the academic term gives rise to an obligation to pay student fees including any tuition for the reservation of space in the course.

The institution may withhold permission to register or to receive official transcripts of grades or other services offered by the institution from anyone owing fees or another debt to the institution. The institution may also report the debt to a credit bureau, offset the amount due against any future state tax refunds due the student, refer the debt to an outside collection agency and/or charge the student actual and reasonable collection costs, including reasonable attorney fees if litigation is necessary, in collecting any amount not paid when due.

If a person believes he or she does not owe all or part of an asserted unpaid obligation, that person may contact the Accounting Office. The Accounting Office will review all pertinent information provided by the person and available to the campus and will advise the person of its conclusions. In all cases, it is important to act in a timely manner when requesting a review of debts and possible refunds.

Consequences of Non-Compliance

Fees must be submitted to the Cashier’s Office using one of the approved payment methods listed under Payment Options by the fee due date. After the due date, students with outstanding balances are subject to cancellation of their enrollment. The student may re-enroll when registration re-opens for the semester, subject to class availability. A late registration and late payment fee will be assessed. Meal plans may be deactivated until the account is no longer delinquent. In the event of deactivation due to non-payment of fees, the plan charge will not be prorated for the time that meal service was suspended.

If a student on an Installment Payment Plan misses a scheduled payment, the student is subject to a late payment fee and will be subject to cancellation of enrollment. Also, the student will not be eligible for future installment payment plans.

In accordance with Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Section 42380 and 42381, it is the policy of Cal Maritime that any student with a balance due will not be allowed to register for classes, take final exams, receive grades, receive official transcripts of grades, participate in any cruise, undergo the selection process for commercial cruise, or benefit from the other services offered by the institution.

If a student or former student leaves Cal Maritime with unpaid fees or fines that remain due, those amounts will automatically convert to a student loan on the last day of the semester that the student last attended. The loan is due and payable to Cal Maritime no later than June 30th of the academic year that the student last attended.

In addition, Cal Maritime may offset refunds to financial aid recipients if funds are required to be returned to the financial aid programs as a result of dropped units or a withdrawal from Cal Maritime.

Cancellation of Registration or Withdrawal from Cal Maritime

Students who find it necessary to cancel their registration or to withdraw from all classes after enrolling for any academic term are required to follow Cal Maritime’s official withdrawal procedures. Failure to cancel registration in any course or to officially withdraw from Cal Maritime for an academic term prior to the first day of the academic term gives rise to an obligation to pay student fees, including any tuition or fees for the reservation of space in the course or facility. Information about canceling registration and withdrawal procedures is available from the Registrar’s Office.

Students who receive financial aid funds must consult with the Financial Aid office prior to withdrawal regarding any required return or repayment of grants, loan assistance or third party payments received for that academic term or payment period. If a recipient of student financial aid funds or third party sponsor payments drops his/her registration from courses or withdraws from Cal Maritime during an academic term or a payment period, the amount of grant or loan assistance received may be subject to return and repayment provisions. This includes amounts in excess of fees which were passed through to the student by way of student refunds.

For additional information about returns of financial aid, please contact the Financial Aid office.

Refund Policy

Refund of Mandatory Fees, Including Nonresident Tuition

Regulations governing the refund of mandatory fees, including nonresident tuition, for students enrolling at the California State University are included in Section 41802 of Title 5, California Code of Regulations. For purposes of the refund policy, mandatory fees are defined as those systemwide and campus fees that are required to be paid in order to enroll in state-supported academic programs at the California State University. Refunds of fees and tuition charges for self-support, special session, and extended education programs or courses at the California State University are governed by a separate policy established by the University, available at the Office of Sponsored Projects and Extended Learning.

In order to receive a full refund of mandatory fees, less an administrative charge established by the campus, including nonresident tuition, a student must cancel registration or drop all courses prior to the first day of instruction for the term. Information on procedures and deadlines for canceling registration and dropping classes is available at the Registrar’s Office.

For state-supported semesters, quarters, and nonstandard terms or courses of four (4) weeks or more, a student who withdraws during the term in accordance with the university’s established procedures or drops all courses prior to the campus-designated drop period will receive a refund of mandatory fees, including nonresident tuition, based on the portion of the term during which the student was enrolled. No student withdrawing after the 60 percent point in the term will be entitled to a refund of any mandatory fees or nonresident tuition.

A student who, within the campus designated drop period and in accordance with the campus procedures, drops units resulting in a lower tuition and/or mandatory fee obligation shall be entitled to a refund of applicable tuition and mandatory fees less an administrative charge established by the campus.

For state-supported non-standard terms or courses of less than four (4) weeks, no refunds of mandatory fees and nonresident tuition will be made unless a student cancels registration or drops all classes, in accordance with the university’s established procedures and deadlines, prior to the first day of instruction for state-supported non-standard terms or courses or prior to the first meeting for courses of less than four (4) weeks.

Students will also receive a refund of mandatory fees, including nonresident tuition, under the following circumstances:

  • The fees were assessed or collected in error;
  • The course for which the fees were assessed or collected was canceled by the university;
  • The university makes a delayed decision that the student was not eligible to enroll in the term for which mandatory fees were assessed and collected and the delayed decision was not due to incomplete or inaccurate information provided by the student; or
  • The student was activated for compulsory military service.

Students who are not entitled to a refund as described above may petition the university for a refund demonstrating exceptional circumstances and the chief financial officer of the university or designee may authorize a refund if he or she determines that the fees and tuition were not earned by the university.

Information concerning any aspect of the refund of fees may be obtained from the Cashier’s Office at cashier@csum.edu or 707-654-1030.

When a student requests a refund or withdraws from Cal Maritime, an audit is made on the account to verify the actual amount that should be returned. Any refund due back to a student is applied first toward any required return of student financial aid funds from federal, state, institutional, or external sources, then towards any outstanding fees or debts to Cal Maritime. Any remaining balance may be returned to the student or to the parents if the balance is the result of a parent’s PLUS loan.

Credit balances of less than $10.00 will not be refunded, unless those balances are the result of a federal financial aid distribution. Information concerning any aspect of the refund of fees may be obtained from the Accounting office.

Refund of fees does not constitute formal withdrawal from Cal Maritime. To withdraw formally, a student must contact the Registrar’s Office in writing with their intent to withdraw.

Students dropping to zero units prior to the 60% point of the semester will automatically receive prorated financial credit on their account for registration fees charged. Pro-rata refunds are determined on the basis of the date of the student’s formal withdrawal and the length of the academic period. The length of the academic period is calculated from the first day of instruction through the final exam day of the period and excludes any breaks of five (5) days or more.

Refunds for course fees are covered by separate policies detailed under Course Fee Refunds section below. Some course fees and the Medical Insurance fee may not be refundable based on the drop date. Students who request a refund for Medical Insurance and withdraw after the Cal Maritime policy deadline will be referred to Student Health Services.

Uniform Deposits are collected on behalf of the Cal Maritime Bookstore and forwarded to credit the student’s account at the Bookstore. The Bookstore is responsible for all uniform refunds according to its policy.

Students who are not entitled to a refund as described above may petition for a refund under exceptional circumstances. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Cal Maritime or a designee may authorize a refund if it is determined that the fees and tuition were not earned by Cal Maritime.

Course Fee Refunds

All course fee refunds require the student to officially drop the course either through Online Services or the Registrar’s Office. Any fees owed to Cal Maritime and any returns to financial aid will first be deducted from the credit balance. Any remaining credit balance on the student’s account will be refunded unless the student requests that the credit remain on account for future registration.

Firefighting Course Fee Refunds

Refunds for Firefighting will be made as follows:

  • Up to 7 calendar days before the start of the class-full refund
  • Less than 7 days before the start of the class-less an administrative charge of $25
  • After the start of the class-no refund

Cruise Course Fee Refunds

Refunding cruise fees are made in accordance with the following principles:

  • Refunds are made only for students who did not attend cruise and who formally drop the course. There are no refunds for students who leave the ship once the cruise period begins. Requests for refunds for unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of the student should be made to the campus CFO.
  • The Registrar’s Office must certify that the student did not attend cruise.

Refunds will be made as follows:

  • Cal Maritime students who formally dropped the course and did not attend cruise:
    • Up to 30 calendar days before the start of cruise-full refund
    • From 30 to 15 calendar days before start of cruise-less an administrative charge of $50
    • Less than 15 days before the start of cruise-less an administrative charge of $100
    • After the start of cruise during the following 60-day period-less an administrative charge of $250
    • More than 60 days after the start of cruise- no refund
  • Visiting students enrolled through Extended Learning and Concurrent Enrollment who officially drop the course and do not attend cruise:
    • Non-refundable fees include drug testing and document fee

International Experience Course Fee Refunds

Refunding fees are made in accordance with the following principles:

  • Refunds are made only for students who formally drop the course prior to the published course drop deadline for the term. Requests for refunds after the deadline for unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of the student should be made to Cal Maritime’s CFO who will consult with the appropriate academic officers to make a determination based on the merits of each specific case.
  • The Registrar’s Office must receive a formal drop request following that department’s drop policies by the published course drop deadline.
  • Refund requests will be audited by the Registrar’s Office, Financial Aid Office, and Accounting Office before refunds are processed.
  • Any outstanding debts owed to Cal Maritime will first be deducted from any refund.
  • Accounts charged in error will be refunded in full, if requested by the deadline.

Welding and Manufacturing Lab Fee Refunds

Full refund is issued for those students who formally drop the class no later than the third class meeting. After the third class meeting, no refunds will be made.

MT Lab Fee Refund

Refunds are made only for students who did not attend cruise and who formally dropped the course. Refunds are not made when a student leaves the ship after the cruise has started.

Refunds of Other University Fees

Parking Permit Refunds

Parking on campus is by permit only. Requests for refunds must be submitted in the same semester as the permit was issued. Refunds are prorated from the start of the semester to the date the permit is returned based on the schedule provided by The CSU Chancellor’s Office Parking Fee and Refund Schedule. Additional information may be obtained from the Public Safety Office.

Housing and Food Service Refunds

Housing and Food service refunds are processed according to the terms of the Housing License Agreement. After the 60% point of the semester, no refunds are made. Students desiring to live off-campus must submit a petition for off-campus housing to the Director of Housing and Residence Life for approval by the published due date. Additional information may be obtained from the Housing office.