Mission: The Cashier's Office seeks to provide quality service in an efficient, professional and timely manner to Santa Barbara City College students, faculty, staff and others who make up the campus community in accordance with our mission to provide a diverse learning environment that inspires curiosity and discovery, promotes global responsibility and fosters opportunity for all.
Service: At the Cashier's Office, we collect, accurately record and deposit all monies due to SBCC. We assist our customers in interpreting their student bill and managing their account balances.
From any on-campus phone, dial X2397Voicemail: If you receive our voicemail, kindly include your student ID (K#) and a return phone number in your message. Calls will be returned within 48 hours, Mondays through Fridays. No calls will be returned over the weekend.Alternatively, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located at Student Services Building, Room SS-150
Accounting Technician III / email@example.com
Parking Citation Payments
Trust & Club Fund Deposits
Accounting Technician III / firstname.lastname@example.org
Third Partying Billings
Retiree Health Benefits Billings
Childcare Billing for Orfalea Early Learning Center
Located at Administration Building, Room A-130Stephanie Linnander
Accounting Technician II / email@example.com
Student RefundsInternational PaymentsVeteran Benefit PaymentsTrust & Club Fund ManagementNicole Hubert
Student Finance Manager / firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes in Office Hours:
We offer extended office hours for the first few Friday's before and after the Fall term begins.Office is CLOSED from 8am - 1pm on the following date:Friday, October 11
Specific information regarding fees, your student bill and other items, including access to forms, can be found in the following links:
The Student Financial Responsibility Agreement is signed by each student on a semesterly basis at the time of initial registration. Please review the agreement at any time during your term to understand the expectations and responsibility to which the student is expected to adhere.
Enrollment fees for the current term, as well as definitions of each fee, can be found here. Additionally, past enrollment year tuitions are listed. To calculate your anticipated costs for an upcoming school term, including costs associated with enrolllment but not charged directly to the student, please review your "Cost of Attendance" on the Financial Aid website.
There are numerous ways students may pay for their student enrollment costs. Please visit this page for a detailed outline of opportunities.
Students may register for current term payment plans or to enroll in a payment plan for their outstanding student account balances in order to allow continued registration.
Students accounts may have holds placed for myriad of financial reasons, including but not limited to: outstanding balances due to SBCC for enrollment, parking citations, library fines. Additionally, students may have holds placed on their account for non-financial reasons, such as Dean's Holds, academic counseling holds, etc. Please visit this page for more information on all student account holds.
Refunds are not automatic. Refunds may be requested by completing a request found on this website. Visit this page for more information on refunds and the form to request your refund. Be sure to update your current mailing address in pipeline before requesting a refund. For faster and more secure refunds, sign up for direct deposit!
Under certain circumstances, students may be eligible to opt out of a fee. Please visit this webpage for more information and the forms to request such exemptions.
SBCC issues a 1098-T to students annually, in January, for tution and payments made in the prior calendar year. Visit this webpage to understand how to review your 1098-T, whom to contact if your information is not correct and how to assess any tax deductions for which you may be eligible.
Parking permits are managed by the Safety Office and are only available online. Please visit this webpage for more information on purchasing your permit, where you may park and how to pay a citation, if you have received one.
CampusCards are available for pickup in the Office of Student Life. Students and guests may use the CampusCard as a "debit card" at school vendors. For more information about the benefits of using your CampusCard, please visit this webpage or contact Office of Student Life for more information.
Student Services Building
1st Floor - Room SS-150
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.