Refunds of Registration Charges (Withdrawals and Drops)
Spring Term 2015 (Winter Intersession and Regular Spring Session)
Summer Term 2014 (Summer Intersession, Summer I 11-Week Session, Summer I 5-Week Session and Summer II 5-Week Session)
Spring Term 2015
Refunds for Academic Partnership students do not follow the same timetable as students attending regular academic sessions. Academic Partnership students must visit www.uta.edu/academicpartnerships and are responsible for understanding the policies and requirements unique to this program.
Refunds for Finish@UT students do not follow the same timetable as students attending regular academic sessions. Finish@UT students must visit Finish@UT and are responsible for understanding the policies and requirements unique to this program.
Winter Intersession and Regular Spring Session
UT Arlington recommends Direct Deposit for refunds of registration charges. It is the most secure, reliable and convenient method for receiving your money.
It is the student's responsibility to officially withdraw if they do not plan to attend after registering. Students will not be automatically dropped for non-attendance.
Repayment of certain types of financial aid administered through the University may be required as the result of dropping classes or withdrawing. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
Withdrawal PRIOR TO the first official University class day
Withdrawal refers to dropping all classes and no longer being enrolled for the session.
- Winter Intersession: First Day of Class is December 15, 2014.
- Spring Term 2015 (Regular Session): First Day of Class is January 20, 2015.
- Withdrawals before the first official University class day may be done through MyMav.
Withdrawals ON or AFTER the Session First Class Day
All students withdrawing for any reason on or after the first class day of the session, are financially responsible for their pro-rata share of tuition, fees, and charges. Section 54.006 of the Texas Education Code dictates the refund and collection percentages that apply to withdrawing students.
Students who withdraw with financial responsibility and subsequently fail to pay tuition, fees and charges will be reported to National Credit Bureaus and subject to additional fees and collection efforts, as allowed by law.
|Withdrawal Date||Refund||Responsibility of Student|
|12/17/2014 or after||0%||100%|
|Withdrawal Date||Refund||Responsibility of Student|
|01/20/2015 - 01/26/2015||80%||20%|
|01/27/2015 - 02/02/2015||70%||30%|
|02/03/2015 - 02/09/2015||50%||50%|
|02/10/2015 - 02/16/2015||25%||75%|
|02/17/2015 or after||0%||100%|
Dropping Course(s) and Remaining Enrolled
Dropping courses refers to dropping a course/s but still being enrolled in at least one class for the session.
Students who drop a course/s while remaining enrolled in the session are refunded in full for drops completed by the published refund drop date. However, because of the tiered flat rate tuition rates, not every drop will result in a credit to your account. For example, a student who is taking 15 hours and drops to 12 hours will not see a credit to their flat rate tuition amount because 12 hours costs the same as 15 hours (see Flat Rate Fee Schedule). No refunds will be credited and the student is financially responsible for the full cost of the course/s dropped after December 16, 2014 for Winter Intersession or February 4, 2015 for Regular Spring Session.
Did You Know?
- There is no Installment Plan for the summer sessions. Tuition must be paid in full by the summer session payment dates. Students can get an enrollment loan at the Bursar Services that will secure their tuition for the full summer term.
- Students need to be sure they have signed a new Master Promissory Note and/or complete entrance counseling with the U.S. Department of Education if they plan to receive a loan for the 2014-2015 school year. The process can be done at studentloans.gov.
- Financial aid is normally posted to student accounts 10 business days before the first day of class. Refunds are within 10 business days after any credit from financial aid appears on the student account.
- Direct deposit is the safest and most efficient method for students to receive their refunds. This process can be setup by logging onto the student service center.
- Texas Tomorrow students can setup their accounts to be paid for each long session in the fall and spring by taking their Texas Tomorrow card and student ID to Bursar Services and signing the Texas Tomorrow document. This process will be in place for 4 years.
- Refund checks are either mailed or sent by direct deposit. Checks are not available for pick up at Bursar Services. Direct deposit is the preferred refund method and can be setup by logging onto the student service center.
- Federal law requires that students sign a release of information before Bursar personnel can discuss a student account with a parent. The document is available in Bursar Services on the first floor of Davis Hall, Room 130.
- Students who need help finding a job of campus can go to http://www.uta.edu/snapjob and register in the Snap Job System. New users of the system will have to register and provide information including their 10 digit student account number.
- The UTA Health Center provides timely and inexpensive healthcare for students and faculty. The Center is open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday and 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday during the long terms. Appointments call 817-272-2771.
- Students can print their own enrollment verification on-line. Log into MyMav and click on the Enrollment Verification Certificate to access the National Student Loan Clearing House (NLSC) website.
- NCAA athletics are an exciting and inexpensive form of entertainment that is available to all students. From volleyball in the fall, basketball in the winter and softball, baseball and track in the spring, students with a UTA ID can attend all sporting events by just showing their UTA ID.