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Tuition & Fee Refund Schedule

If a student formally drops one or more courses through the Office of the Registrar, the university will refund applicable tuition and fees collected for courses from which a student drops within the first 12 days of a fall, spring or summer session of 10 weeks or longer and within the first four days of a summer term, provided the student remains enrolled at the institution for that semester or term. Refunds for courses dropped by a student who later in the semester or term withdraws from the institution will be calculated according to the following schedule:

Summer II 2014

Partial Withdrawls

  • From registration through July 17, 2014 (census date): 100%
  • After July 17, 2014: No refund

Complete Withdrawls

  • From registration through July 14, 2014: 100%
  • July 14, 2014: 80%
  • July 15, 2014: 50%
  • After July 15, 2014: No refund

 

Fall 2014

Partial Withdrawals

  • From registration through September 8, 2014 (census Date): 100%
  • After September 8, 2014 (census Date):  No refund

Complete Withdrawals

  • Prior to August 25, 2014: 100%
  • From August 25 through August 29, 2014: 80%
  • From August 30 through September 5, 2014: 70%
  • From September 6 through September 11, 2014: 50%
  • From September 12 through September 17, 2014: 25% 
  • After September 17, 2014: No refund

For refunds, the effective date of withdrawal will be the date when the withdrawal is officially completed and recorded by the registrar's Office. If the university cancels a scheduled course of instruction, all fees will be refunded. No refunds will be made unless applied for in the same school year as withdrawal. Immediate refund will not be made to students who withdraw during the refund period. Normally, a refund will be made within 30 days from the last day of scheduled refunds to the student's chosen refund preference (check or P2 card).

All policies regarding the payment or refunding of tuition, fees, and charges comply with applicable statutes and are approved by the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System. If a person desires clarification of any matter relating to payment or refund of such charges, or believes special circumstances warrant exceptions to the published policy, the Office of Business Affairs at UT Tyler should be contacted.

Examples of Refunds (Based on the Fall 2014 Refund Schedule)

Partial Withdraw From the University

An undergraduate student is enrolled in 6 hours for Fall 2014 and is charged $1,691 in tuition and fees calculated as follows:

Resident Tuition $300
Designated Tuition $774
Student Service Fee $66
Mandatory Fee $443
Instructional Support Fee $108

Total of Tuition and Fees $1,691

The student drops 3 hours on August 29, 2014. The student's refund is calculated as follows:

Resident Tuition $150 3 hrs x $50 per SCH
Designated Tuition $387 3 hrs x $129 per SCH
Student Service Fee $33 3 hrs x $11 per SCH
Mandatory Fee $0
Instructional Support Fee $0

Total Tuition and Fees Refundable $570*
Refund percentage x 100% 100% through September 17, 2014
Total Refund $570

The same student above enrolled in 6 hours drops the 3 hours on September 18, 2014 instead of the date in the example above. The student's refund is calculated as follows:


Resident Tuition $150 3 hrs x $50 per SCH
Designated Tuition $387 3 hrs x $129 per SCH
Student Service Fee $33 3 hrs x $11 per SCH
Mandatory Fee $0
Instructional Support Fee $0

Total Tuition and Fees Refundable $570*
Refund percentage x 0%
Total Refund $0

Complete Withdraw From the University

An undergraduate student is enrolled in 6 hours for Fall 2014 and is charged $1,691 in tuition and fees. The student completely withdraws from the university on August 22, 2014. The student's refund is calculated as follows:

Tuition and Fees $1,691**
Refund percentage x 100%
Total refundable $1,691

An undergraduate student is enrolled in 6 hours for Fall 2014 and is charged $1,691 in tuition and fees. The student completely withdraws from the university on September 9, 2014. The student's refund is calculated as follows:

Tuition and Fees $1,691**
Refund percentage x 50%
Total Refund $845.50

An undergraduate student is enrolled in 6 hours for Fall 2014 and is charged $1,691 in tuition and fees. The student completely withdraws from the university on September 19, 2014. The student's refund is calculated as follows:

Tuition and Fees $1,691**
Refund percentage x 0%
Total Refund $0

*Your tuition and fee amount that is refundable may include fees that were assessed based on the courses that are being dropped.

**Your tuition and fee balance may include a parking permit, add fee, late fee, installment fee or emergency loan fee. These fees are not included in the refund calculation.

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