How to Avoid Out-of-State Tuition
Because of various university policies, you must be concerned about the number of classes that you drop.
If you entered Fall 2006, or later, you only have a 30-hour cushion. Transfer students must remember that this requirement applies to all credit hours attempted at any publicly-funded Texas institution, including courses with a grade of D, F, or W as well as courses serving as a grade replacement and courses that have been grade replaced or grade excluded. (Credit hours earned at a private or an out-of-state institution are not counted toward the limit. Some other exceptions may apply.)
Therefore, you may not have any room to take anything but required courses and you may have to pass every course that you take.
Refund Reinstatement Appeals
If a student has documentation that substantiates an extraordinary event and an appeal for a “Tuition and Fee Refund” is approved, the student must understand that the University is only able to approve a refund appeal for one semester during the entire academic career at UT Arlington (includes all voluntary and involuntary separations). In particular, if the event is related to a medical condition, it is the student’s responsibility to make an informed decision (which may require a consultation with a physician) prior to enrolling in future coursework since an appeal is granted on a one-time basis for a given medical condition. While a student may not be granted a second “Tuition and Fee Refund” the student may have the opportunity to withdraw from coursework with a grade of W in future semesters assuming the student meets all appropriate deadlines and regulations related to withdrawal.
More information can be found at the Office of Records
How to Check Your Degree Progress
Degree progress can be found through MyMav under the Student Center
Careers for English Majors
There are several resources available for finding careers related to your major, including a service called Discover. Contact a counselor at the Counseling Center in 305 Ransom Hall to obtain a user ID for this program.
Implications of Dropping a Class
Detailed academic planning information on dropping classes and other university policies can be found at University College
UTA Tuition Rebate Program
Texas residents entering a baccalaureate degree program in Fall 1997 or after, may be eligible for a tuition rebate of up to $1,000.00 when graduating. Information can be found at the Office of Records
The OFfice of Information Technology has provided resources to answer any questions concerning your MavMail, including how to activate your email account if you are a new student.
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