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*Effective Spring 2018: UT Dallas will no longer be part of our Concurrent Enrollment program.
A student concurrently enrolling at two or more University of Texas System components may register and pay tuition, fees, and charges for all courses through the student's host institution. Detailed procedures may be obtained from the registrar of the student's home institution. The concurrent enrollment agreement and waiver of specified fees and charges applies only to students following the concurrent enrollment procedures specified by the registrar of the home institution.
The charges for the following will be assessed and collected at the home institution for the other institution(s):
Tuition at an appropriate rate
Applicable laboratory fees and special course charges
Designated tuition at the appropriate rate
Any other fees and charges that are required at the host institution that are not charged at the home institution
Student services at the second institution will be made available to concurrently enrolled students paying the appropriate student service fees at the second institution.
Some institutions have a reciprocal agreement for honoring parking permits. Details may be obtained from the police departments on each campus.
Concurrently enrolled students should report any problems concerning registration, payment of tuition, fees, and charges or other matters related to concurrent enrollment procedures to the registrar of the home institution.
Concurrent students wishing to add or drop courses must do so in compliance with the host institution's policy.
On or before the host institution's Census Date, adds or drops may be done through the home institution's registrar.
After the Census Date, drops must be done at the host institution.