The San Diego Community College will be on remote operation status indefinitely starting
March 23, 2020. During this time, classes and essential services will continue, although
all district campuses and facilities will be closed. For status updates, visit sdccd.edu or sdcity.edu. For your accounting needs, please email email@example.com.
SEMESTER BUS/TROLLEY PASSES
The Spring 2021 Semester Bus/Trolley pass will go on sale in room A-256, during the week of Monday, January 25, 2021, by appointment only. We will sell only a limited number of passes on a first come, first serve basis. There will be no monthly passes on sale.
The cost is $178.00. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 7.0 college units and must present their student I.D. card or a government-issued picture ID at the time of purchase. If you have lost your student ID card, your bus pass will be placed on a temporary card. To use the pass, you will need to show it with a picture ID to the driver or whenever requested.
Financial Aid students: The last day to use anticipated aid to purchase the pass is
Tuesday, February 16, 2021.
Please note, the following appointment window is tentative and subject to change.
Monday, January 25, 2021 through Friday, January 29, 2021, 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
The safety of the students, staff, faculty, and administration is our top priority. A face covering is required for service and while waiting in line. Please maintain social distance at the six-foot markers while you wait.
RECEIVING YOUR FINANCIAL AID CHECKS
Due to the campus closure, checks are not available for campus pick-up. You can sign up for Direct Deposit; otherwise mailing is the only method to receive your financial aid checks. If you have requested campus pick-up before, please make sure your mailing address is current in MyPortal, and then email us to request mailing. Please include your name, student ID number, confirmation of your mailing address on file, and the mailing request statement in your reply.
Our professional and dedicated staff provide you timely services for completing your goals. We are your on-campus resource for your financial service needs.
Location (Our Office is Currently Closed)
Room A-256 - second level of the "A" building.
Phone (619) 388-3458
Fax (619) 388-3324
Our Regular Services
- Pay for your classes and the Health Fee [Pay online ***]
- For current prices, go to Tuition & Fees.
- Purchase a parking permit [Purchase online ***]
- Pay for your classes using a Third-Party (e.g., scholarship, VA, outside organization)
- We also accept payments in person.
** We accept cash, check, money order, cashier's check, Visa, Mastercard.
*** Online payments require a Visa, Mastercard, or bank account
- Refunds will be automatically sent to students after the add/drop Deadlines.
- NO REFUND IS GIVEN FOR CLASSES DROPPED AFTER THE PUBLISHED DEADLINE DATES.
We are processing refunds in the order on the list we receive regularly. No action is required for you to receive a refund. However, if you have not been refunded for your payment for more than a month after you dropped your classes or were granted the CCPG fee waiver/3rd party payment, please email us at email@example.com.
Form 1098-T Available Online
Questions about your 1098-T? Need our Tax ID? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bus Passes - semester/monthly. Must be enrolled in at least 7.0 units within our District.
- ASG Membership. What is the Associated Students Government?
- Copy cards for use in our library
- Transcripts [Order online]
- Duplicate Diploma
- Disburse Financial Aid checks
- Disburse scholarship checks
- Accept service payments: field trips, Child Development fees, Student Health Clinic Services
- Accept payments for holds: Library fine, chemistry lab/equipment fine, Financial Aid overpayment, Emergency Book Loan repayment
- Credit card disputes and returned check issues
Student Accounting's Role in Campus Life and The Community
- First-contact office
- Coordinates with Financial Aid to disburse Financial Aid
- Coordinates with Student Affairs, the Associated Student Government, and active clubs by monitoring cash accounts, processing funds requests, and providing financial guidance in order to enhance campus life through student activities beyond the classroom
- Works with the Scholarship Coordinator to process scholarships
- Works with outside third-party organizations who want to provide financial assistance
- Encourages public transportation by selling discounted monthly and semester bus/trolley passes
- Oversees various accounts (Co-Curricular, Fiduciary Fund Trust, Revolving Cash Fund), each designed to support students, faculty, staff, and administration based on District guidelines, policies, and procedures.
- Oversees the financial aspects of the San Diego City College Foundation