Tuition support is subject to time limitations.
A student without support in past two consecutive semesters may be eligible for summer tuition support if the department completes a Tuition Support Program form to include summer support and the student:
Resident tuition and non-resident fees.
Incidental fees, including, but not limited to, information technology, activity, health, recreation center, or supplemental course fees.
Tuition support for non-resident fees will be provided to qualifying students, based on the eligibility criteria, who are supported by funded research, training grants or contracts.
The courses for which students receive support are checked after the add/drop period in a semester. If a course is determined to be ineligible, the Graduate Student Tuition Support coordinator will remove the support associated with the ineligible course, and the student will be responsible for the tuition and fees associated with that course.
Students are responsible for incidental fees, such as student activity, student health, recreation facility and information technology fees, as well as college-specific supplemental course fees, unless another arrangement is made, such as the department covering these incidental fees. Students are charged a late payment fee if they do not make a payment by the due date. In addition, students are charged a 1 percent finance charge for any balance carried forward to the next month. Please note that students are responsible for making sure fees are paid and are charged a late payment fee if they do not make a payment by the due date. For more information, please check with the Office of Cashiers.
The University reserves the right to make changes to this policy at any time, without notice to the students. Nothing contained in this policy is to be construed as an offer to contract.
The Tuition Support Program Advisory committee put forth recommendations for policy clarifications for the academic year 1999-2000: