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Fee Calculator

You may use the fee calculator below to estimate the cost of your attendance. For Summer Courses, Summer Online, or Summer Intensives, search for the courses you’d like to take either via our course/program search tool or the UCLA Schedule of Classes and use the unit information of each course to estimate your total units.

Please note that the fee calculator is intended solely to help you plan your summer and only provides an estimate of your course or program fees, excluding other costs you may have such as housing cost, living expenses, textbooks, Course Materials fees, or miscellaneous fees that may apply.

DISCLAIMER

Some or all instruction for all or part of the summer sessions may be delivered remotely. Tuition and fees have been set regardless of the method of instruction, and will not be refunded in the event instruction occurs remotely for any part of the summer sessions. Figures for tuition and fees represent currently approved or proposed amounts and may not be final. Actual tuition and fees are subject to change by the University of California as determined to be necessary or appropriate. Final approved tuition and fee levels may differ from the amounts presented.

Payment Deadlines

The payment deadline for your course or program fees will vary based on your program and student type. Failure to pay by the payment deadline may result in your space in the program being forfeited. Your enrollment in the program is not officially confirmed until you submit full payment of the program fees and all other administrative fees.

Payment deadlines for Summer Courses, Summer Online, and Summer Intensives are based on your enrollment date and your student type (UC vs. Non-UC) as follows:

  • Non-UC Students: Fees are due by May 13 (5PM PDT)
  • UC Students: Fees are due by June 17 (5PM PDT)

After the respective payment deadline, fees are due immediately for all courses.

Full summer fees for Precollege Summer Institutes and College/Professional Summer Institutes are due no later than May 1 (5PM PDT).

If enrolling after May 1, payment is due immediately.

Full SCIP fees are due no later than June 3 (5PM PDT).

The $350 registration fee ($150 processing fee for UCLA and other UC students) is non-refundable at ALL times. Other than the non-refundable registration or processing fees, the remaining summer fees are refundable until the following deadlines:

Summer Courses and Summer Online 

The refund deadline for 6+ week courses are as follows:

Impacted courses may not be dropped after the refund deadline. However, non-impacted courses may be dropped through the last day of the course’s session without a refund if the student did not attempt or submit the final.

Summer Intensives 

All Summer Intensives are refundable if dropped before Friday of the first week of the class.

Summer Intensives that are also considered impacted may not be dropped after the refund deadline. However, non-impacted Summer Intensives may be dropped through the last day of the course’s session without a refund if the student did not attempt or submit the final.

Summer Institutes 

All Summer Institutes are refundable if dropped before June 15. You may still drop a Summer Institute from June 16 through the last day of the program, however, the fees will not be refundable.

Summer College Immersion Program (SCIP)

For unit fees, please see the Academic Courses deadlines above. Concerning the SCIP program fee, the program must be dropped before June 15 (5PM PDT).

How to Make a Payment

Your summer bill will be available after enrollment is complete. Note: Your bill reflects your enrollment activities. If you make any changes to your enrollment, check your BruinBill to verify changes in your balance before the payment deadline. You are not relieved of financial responsibility if you fail to attend classes, reverse your credit card charges, stop payment on your registration check, or if the bank does not honor your check or credit card payment.

Please use the instructions below to submit an online payment using a VISA, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX credit card or electronic check (e-check).

  1. Sign-in to MyUCLA (Logon and password required)
  2. On the main menu, select “Finances and Jobs,” then “BruinBill”
  3. Once on the BruinBill page, select “Make a Payment” at the top

All credit card payments are subject to a 2.75% non-refundable service charge per transaction. This charge is assessed by Higher One, Inc. and may not be refunded under any circumstances. No service fees are applied to e-check payments.

To submit online payment using foreign currency, use the instructions below.

  1. Sign-in to MyUCLA (Logon and password required)
  2. On the main menu, select “Finances and Jobs,” then “BruinBill”
  3. Once on the BruinBill page, select “Make a Payment” at the top and select “Pay With Foreign Currency”

Travelex payments allow you to lock into an exchange rate with your bank. If your currency is not listed, you may request that your bank make the transfer in US dollars.

If you wish to pay by check or money order, make payable to “UC Regents” and include both your University Identification (UID) number and the term you wish to pay (i.e., Summer) on the memo line.

You may pay in person with a check, money order, or cash at the Payment Solutions and Compliance (1125 Murphy Hall, UCLA).

You may also pay by mail with a check or money order to the following address:

UCLA Payment Solutions and Compliance Office
Box 957089, 1125 Murphy Hall
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7089

For payments made via mail, we highly encourage submitting the payment at least two week prior to the payment deadline to ensure payment is receive before the deadline.

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available to all eligible UCLA students including students admitted to UCLA for fall quarter. To find out if you qualify for financial aid:

  1. Complete the 2022-23 FAFSA application online at https://studentaid.gov/.The FAFSA must be submitted on or before March 2, 2022.
  2. Complete a supplemental Summer Financial Aid Application available online beginning April 1, 2022.

For questions concerning summer aid, please contact the UCLA Financial Aid Office.

Eligible financial aid students from other University of California (UC) campuses may apply for financial aid at their home UC campus for summer study at UCLA. Please check with your home UC campus financial aid office for more information.

A limited number of full and partial scholarships are available to qualified California* high school students for summer study at UCLA. Visit our Summer Scholars webpage for more information.

Additionally, some Precollege Summer Institutes offer departmental scholarships to qualified and selected high school students.

*UCLA financial aid is not available to visiting out-of-state high school students.

UCLA is unable to offer financial aid to our visiting adult student population. Please check with your home institution regarding financial aid options.

Note: If you plan to pay for classes with financial aid from your home institution, you assume full responsibility for all fees. Regardless of when you receive financial aid from your home institution, you are held to the UCLA Summer Sessions payment deadlines.

UCLA is unable to offer financial aid to visiting international students. However, funding options may be available to you from private or governmental agencies in your home country. For information on funding your studies in the United States, please contact your local EducationUSA Office.

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Scholarship Opportunities Available for California High School Students

Qualified students currently attending high schools in California may be eligible for the Summer Scholars Support program. A limited number of full and partial scholarships are available to support enrollment in either one Summer Course, a Precollege Summer Institute, or the Summer College Immersion Program (SCIP or eSCIP). For more information on eligibility requirements and how to apply, visit the Summer Scholars Support page.

Additionally, some Precollege Summer Institutes offer departmental scholarships to qualified and selected high school students.