Important Things to Remember after Registration
The Office of Student Success welcomes you and your student to the Spring 2017 semester! Our goal is to provide students with what they need to be successful with a one-stop contact for resources and assistance. We are located in the Van Tuyll House.
Important Things to Remember
- Spring Semester classes begin on Wednesday, January 11, 2017.
- Full time enrollment for undergraduates is 12 or more semester hours.
- Full time enrollment for graduates is 9 or more hours a semester.
- To stay in UM housing, undergraduates must be enrolled in at least 6 hours and graduate students in at least 3 hours.
- Students must be enrolled at least half-time to be eligible for Federal Student Loans.
Graduating in Spring?
Changing Your Spring Schedule
- Your adviser is your best resource if you are considering changing your schedule.
- You can add and drop Spring classes through 1/17/17, with a refund for the course dropped.
- Beginning 1/18/17, you will not receive a refund for a dropped Spring class, and a grade of W will be reflected on your transcript.
- If you need to withdraw from all Spring classes, you must see the Office of Student Success for a withdrawal form (Van Tuyll House).
- Beginning 01/13/17, you will not receive a full refund when withdrawing from all your Spring classes.
- The very last day to drop a Spring class or withdraw from the Spring semester is 03/17/17.
- Excessive withdrawals or drops can affect your financial aid. Talk to Student Financial Services if you have concerns at 205 665-6050 or email@example.com.
Paying For the Spring Semester
- Contact Cashier’s Office with any questions regarding your account at 205 665-6065 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Once you’ve registered for the Spring Semester, charges will show up on your student account.
- Electronic Bills (eBills) are sent to your assigned UM forum email address once a month.
- Check your total charges for the Spring Semester and your accepted FinAid.
- If you can’t cover your balance by the first day of class, set up a payment plan now.
- Students with an unpaid balance not covered by authorized aid and/or a payment plan by 5pm on the first day of the semester, 01/11/17, will be charged a $50 late fee.
- If you haven’t already, submit a FAFSA for the 16/17 academic year.
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