Graduate Catalog 2004-2005
Payment of Fees
Fees are payable through the Office of the Bursar:
All payments or payment arrangements must be made prior to the first official day of classes. A student’s financial account must be paid in full, including fees and current charges, before a registration request will be honored for any term or session. Students should note that payments are applied chronologically to University debts. Therefore, if traffic or library fines, bookstore charges, or other fees have been put on a student’s account before the general fee was assessed, they will be paid off first, and the general fee will still be outstanding.
Graduate assistants receive a fee scholarship covering the instructional fee, the nonresident fee, the general fee, and the automobile registration fee for the period stated in the contract. Graduate assistants in the College of Musical Arts are also entitled to a credit for applied music fees during the academic year (does not include the summer term). The Graduate College makes arrangements with the Office of the Bursar to credit appropriate fees for students under contract.