Student Account Forms

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  • This is a formal request to waive a required Course Material Fee. This waiver may be permitted in certain circumstances, such as re-taking a course or procurement of materials from an alternative source. 

    • Click here to complete and submit an online Petition for Course Material Fee Exemption.
    • Click here to print and complete a paper form of the Petition for Course Material Fee Exemption. Complete the form, sign it and submit to cashiers@sbcc.edu, mail by USPS, or drop off in person at the Cashier's Office window during business hours at SS-150.   

    Please allow 1-2 weeks for processing.

  • Students enrolled in credit classes in the District are assessed a health fee which enables the student to utilize Student Health Services. The services provided are articulated in Education Code Sections 76401 and 76355; Title 5 Section 53411; Title 17 Section 2500, providing health services to assist students in maintaining physical and mental well-being so that they can pursue their educational goals. Services provided include clinical services, health education, personal counseling, and referrals to off-campus health and wellness services.

    In accordance with California Education Code 76355, the fee will be charged to each student regardless of the number of units taken, including on campus and online courses. This fee is not waived by the California College Promise Grant. It is your responsibility to pay the health fee every semester. As specified in AP 5200, students who meet specific conditions may be exempted from paying the fee.

    • Click here to complete and submit an online Petition for Health Fee Exemption.
    • Click here to print and complete a paper form of the Petition for Health Fee Exemption. Complete the form, sign it and submit to cashiers@sbcc.edu, mail by USPS, or drop off in person at the Cashier's Office window during business hours at SS-150.   

    Please allow 1-2 weeks for processing.

  • This is a formal request for a Payment Plan specifically for a SBCC student account with an outstanding balance and current financial hold. A payment plan for an outstanding balance may be permitted in certain circumstances, such as verified cases of illness, accident, or other circumstances beyond the student's control. Students must provide a personal statement detailing any extenuating circumstances that may be used for consideration of this petition. Any extenuating circumstances listed require supporting documentation and must be submitted with this request.

    Past Due Payment Plans will result in Transcript and Graduation Holds on the student account. This hold will not be removed from the student account until the Past Due balance is paid in full.

    • Click here to complete and submit an online Petition for Payment Plan for Past Due Balances.
    • Click here to print and complete a paper form of the Petition for Payment Plan for Past Due Balances. Complete the form, sign it and submit to cashiers@sbcc.edu, mail by USPS, or drop off in person at the Cashier's Office window during business hours at SS-150.   
    Please allow 1-2 weeks for processing.

Students who are requesting accommodations on the basis of disability, including an alternate format of these petitions and forms, should make an appointment with a DSPS (Disability Services and Programs for Students) Specialist in the Student Services Building, Room 160 or call 805-730-4164 or email dspshelp@sbcc.edu.