Payment plan available now
The payment plan (formerly "installment plan") for tuition and fees is available starting September 1. You must enroll in a payment plan each semester (and for each campus) you would like to use it; it will not be automatically applied. View step-by-step instructions on how to use the payment plan.
Deadlines for canceling
Thinking about canceling a course? Be sure you know the consequences. Talk to your adviser and review One Stop's list of cancel/add and refund deadlines.
Don't miss the first class
Did you know that if you do not attend the first day of your class you could lose your seat in the class? Read the first day of class attendance policy for more information. Note that absence from the first class session that falls during a recognized religious holiday does not require instructor approval, but the instructor must be notified in advance of the absence and the reason.
Get help with classes
Feeling overwhelmed by assignments or just want to make sure you're doing your best work? Help is available around campus, and you'll get the most benefit from academic resources by using them early in the semester.
Do you know about the 13-credit policy? If you're a degree-seeking undergraduate, you pay a flat tuition rate based on 13 credits, regardless of your credit load. If circumstances prevent you from registering for 13 or more credits, you can apply for an exemption by the end of the fourth week of the semester.