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Reinstatement Appeals

REINSTATEMENT APPEALS

When requesting a reinstatement appeal, it must be for all the courses from which you were dropped for non-payment. You cannot choose which classes you wish to be reinstated into.

Appeal requests must be made within ONE YEAR of the term that you are appealing. Appeals older than one year will not be reviewed.

REINSTATEMENT APPEALS FOR Accelerated Online Programs/FINISH@UT STUDENTS

As of May 24, 2010, reinstatement appeals for nonpayment of tuition drops for Accelerated Online Programs and Finish@UT students will not be allowed. Due to the length of the dynamic dated online courses and the time it takes for reinstatement appeals to be processed, it is not advantageous to students, faculty or the administration to allow reinstatements. If you have any questions regarding this process please contact your academic advisor within your academic department.

CIRCUMSTANCES IN WHICH A REINSTATEMENT APPEAL IS NOT USED

Reinstatement appeals should not be filed under the following circumstances:

  • If you have been dropped for non-payment prior to Census Day. Re-register for your classes and make payment the same day to avoid being dropped again.
  • If you are on Academic Dismissal and would like to return to the University prior to the end of your period of dismissal. Contact your Academic Advisor within your major department.
  • If you are a returning student who has not attended in over a year and would like to return. Visit the Admissions website at www.uta.edu/admissions and click on the Former Student link.
  • If you have been dropped from an Accelerated Online (AO) class. Reinstatements into Accelerated Online classes are not allowed.

APPEAL FORM AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT