Student Accounting Office

The Student Accounting Office coordinates the collection of fees and provides related services to students.  We process refunds for classes dropped by refund deadlines, issue printed grade reports and accept transcript requests for a nominal fee.  We also sell College monthly and semester bus/trolley passes.  We accept and process payments for the following: financial holds, science lab fees, library fines, parking permits, payment plans, third party transactions, Financial Aid repayments, and child care fees.  We maintain the records for scholarships, Associated Students, clubs, agencies and Fiduciary Trust accounts.

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The Student Accounting office is here to assist you Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm. 
The office will be closed on Fridays during the Summer session.

 Students may continue to reach the staff with their questions via email at: 

Direct Emails:   Lynda Armenta - Accounting Supervisor        Adam Feria - Accounting Specialist

COVID FAQ for students may be found on the District website:


Juneteenth 6/19/24

Independence Day 7/4/24

Labor Day 9/2/24


Phone:   619-388-7326 

Fax:        619-388-7234 

Location: Student Services Building, K1-205, 2nd Floor


Mandatory Fees

  • Enrollment fee is $46 per unit which is assessed on all students, including nonresidents.
  • Nonresident tuition is $331 per unit.  Nonresident tuition increasing in Fall 2024 to $356 per unit.
  • Health fee will be $21 per semester for Fall 2023 and Spring 2024, and $17 for the Summer 2024 session.
  • Student Representation Fee is $2 per semester.

HOLDS - Students who pay their fees in full on their mySDCCD portal will have their Hold removed in approximately fifteen minutes after payment.

Optional Fees

  • Associated Students (AS) Membership is $8 per school year.  
  • Parking Permits are $29 for Summer, $40 for Fall and Spring, and reduced to $25 for students with CPGC financial aid waiver.
  • Motorcycle Permits are $17.50.

Other Important Parking Information

Summer 2024 parking permits are available for purchase.  Students who purchase a Summer 2024 permit by May 22, 2024 will have their permit mailed to the mailing address on their student portal.  If purchased after May 22nd,  students must pick up their permit at Campus Police.  Please be prepared to show your student ID when picking up your permit.

Students in financial difficulty can make arrangements to pay parking fines in installments. More information about this, and additional parking information in general, can be found at the San Diego Community College District's parking page.

For additional parking information, click here.


  • Discounted Transit Passes for Students

    Miramar students who are enrolled and paid for a minimum of 7 units and have no other financial holds are eligible for discounted bus and Trolley passes. Transit passes are available for purchase at the Miramar Student Accounting Office during our office hours, or while our office works remotely, can be purchased from staff via email contact.

  • June 2024 monthly passes will be available for purchase beginning May 20, 2024 for $57.60.


  • SEMESTER passes for Spring 2024 are no longer available for purchase.  Spring Semester passes will be valid for use from 1/8/24-5/31/24.
  • College transit passes use the PRONTO system. Students can choose to use a physical PRONTO card or the PRONTO mobile app. (Students must choose either the card or the app; you cannot use both within the same semester.) PRONTO cards are available at the Student Accounting office on campus.  Students who want to use the mobile app should download the app and set up an account prior to purchasing their pass.


  • Get the PRONTO App by searching for "PRONTO San Diego" on Google Play or App Store.

  • Students 18 and under ride free with the Youth Opportunity Pass (YOP).  Campus Accounting Offices do not issue passes for YOP. 


    For additional questions, visit the MTS website or email Miramar Student Accounting Supervisor, Lynda Armenta at


    *All students with a discounted college pass must travel with their current, valid student photo ID card.

Additional information regarding Parking and Bus Passes may be found on the District's Transportation and Parking Information page on the District website.


Students who owe more than $250 in the current term will be allowed to sign up, make a 20% down payment along with a nonrefundable $25 payment plan fee and make monthly payments.  There is a limited time frame to enroll in a Payment Plan for each term.  Eligible students can sign up for a payment plan during the enrollment period.  Click on this link for more information about Fee Payments and Payment Plans.


To be eligible for a refund of fees, students must use their student portal at mySDCCD to either drop all classes or reduce their unit load by the refund deadline dates.  No refund is given for classes dropped after the refund deadline.  Refunds will be processed after the add/drop deadline.  Cash refunds will be processed only for cash payments.  There is a maximum amount of $100 per semester for cash refunds.  For check refunds, there is a 5-week waiting period from the date the check or e-check was processed.  Refund checks will be mailed to the address of record.  Credit Card refunds will be credited back to the credit card used.  There are no cash or check refunds for credit card payments.


All coursework completed at San Diego Miramar, City or Mesa are included on one transcript.  The first two transcripts issued to you for you in your lifetime are free of charge.  Thereafter, each transcript costs $5.  Rushed Transcripts are available for an additional fee, determined by the speed of process.  Students may order their transcripts online on their student portal at mySDCCD or at the e-Transcript website.  To request transcripts in person, please go to the District Transcript Office located at 3375 Camino del Rio South, Ste 100, San Diego, CA 92108.


The 1098-T tax form is a Tuition Statement provided by higher education institutions to all eligible students who pay enrollment fees (including non-resident tuition) during the calendar year.  The 1098-T form may be used by students or parents to claim the American Opportunity Tax Credit or Lifetime Learning Credit on their federal income tax returns. Frequently asked questions regarding the 1098-T Tax Form may be found at the e-Tax website.