The registration and billing schedules for the 2020 summer sessions.
In response to COVID-19, billing dates of current students for Summer 2020 term charges have been adjusted. Please see the schedule below for the updated billing schedule.
|Bill Due Date|
Because of the abbreviated schedule, summer classes are not automatically cancelled
when payment is late. In order to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees, you must
drop by the end of the change of schedule period for the class session. After that,
students are responsible for the full financial obligation.
|Session||Dates||Change of Schedule Period||Withdrawal Deadline|
|I||May 26 - June 29||May 26 - May 28||June 16|
|II||May 26 - July 15||May 26 - May 29||June 23|
|III||June 30 - August 4||June 30 - July 2||July 21|
|IV||May 26 - August 4||May 26 - June 1||July 7|
If you have a university account balance in excess of $250, you will not be allowed to register.
Payment of the electronic tuition bill (eBill) is the responsibility of the student and is due to the university each term. Notification that an eBill has been issued is communicated to each student via their TU campus email. Failure to pay or provide financial aid or third party documentation to cover the eBill statement balance does not discharge the financial obligation, including any late payment assessments. If you do not receive an eBill notification at least one week prior to your payment due date, please contact the Bursar's Office.
If your account balance reflects a credit or zero balance, your class schedule will be secured for the term. If your account reflects a credit or zero balance and you choose NOT to attend the upcoming term, you MUST drop all of your classes by the end of the change of schedule period in order to receive a 100 percent refund of tuition and fees. You must drop online through Self Service.
To withdraw online:
Notification to the instructor does not constitute a proper drop. If you fail to officially drop online, you will be financially responsible for all term charges. If you fail to drop your classes in the proper manner and timeframe, you will be financially responsible for all term charges. A $150 late fee is assessed to any student who does not pay in full or establish a payment plan with the university by their bill payment deadline.
For more information, contact the Office of the Registrar.