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Your tuition and fees are due soon after you enroll in classes. You may be dropped if your fees are not paid by the fee payment deadline. This is true even if you enroll in a class that starts later in the semester.

Payment Deadlines by Semester

Spring 2023

Payment deadlines for the spring 2023 semester.
Date Enrolled in Classes Payment Due Date
December 21, 2022 or earlier
January 6, 2023
Your payment is due on this date to avoid being dropped from your classes.
December 22, 2022 or later The next day after enrollment date*

* To make sure students who enroll during open enrollment have sufficient time to pay for classes, we will not drop students for non-payment if they enroll in classes on December 22, 2022 or later. However, students who have unpaid fees after the end of the term will receive a hold preventing future enrollment until payment is received.

A Note About Financial Aid

Not all your financial aid awards are automatically applied to your fees (the California College Promise Grant is an example of financial aid that is automatically applied). After you have applied your financial aid, you are responsible for paying the remaining amount on your account.

Make sure you apply for financial aid as early as possible and review the financial aid deadlines.

How to Pay for Classes

Pay your tuition and fees with any of the following methods:

  1. Online through eServices with a credit card
  2. By mail with a check
    • Make checks payable to Los Rios Community College District.
    • Mail your check to the Business Services office.
    • Make sure to include your student ID number and "enrollment fees" on the check's subject line.
  3. In person (note: this option is not available while campuses are closed in response to COVID-19)
    • Visit Folsom Lake College's Admissions & Records office at the Main Folsom campus, the El Dorado Center, or the Rancho Cordova Center and pay with check, cash, or credit card.
  4. Using the student payment plan
    • Pay your fees over a few months instead of all at once. There is a non-refundable $15 fee each semester you use the student payment plan.