College Based Fees

What are College Based Academic Fees?

The College Based Academic Fee (CBF) is a mandatory fee, approved by a vote of the students, that is one portion of the overall registration costs each student pays to enroll at Cal Poly. A quarterly fee of $200, indexed for inflation, is assessed each student in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) to help support and enhance instruction programs in each of the five respective departments in the college (Architectural Engineering, Architecture, City and Regional Planning, Construction Management, and Landscape Architecture).

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