Cancellation of Registration
The University will cancel the registration of a student whose registration fees have not been paid in full by the deadline as indicated on the university's academic calendar. This means, specifically, that a student will receive no credit for any courses taken during that term. This includes students that registered for Alternative Calendar courses and courses that start prior to the first week of classes.
If you are only taking courses that have a start date after the first week of classes, registered after the first week of classes, have an unpaid Florida Prepaid tuition memo or have an authorized deferred payment of fees, your registration may not be cancelled.
Why do I only have $200.00 in late fees on my account and no tuition charges?
Since your registration has been cancelled the tuition and fee charges for the cancelled courses have been removed, $200.00 in late registration and late payment fees will be the only current term tuition charges reflected on your account. All cancelled students should receive a cancellation notice by mail that includes the total amount of their tuition and fee charges for the cancelled term.
What do I need to do to be reinstated?
In order to be reinstated you must pay the full amount of tuition and fees for the term you were cancelled plus any prior or current term charges that are past due by the reinstatement deadline. If you do not pay by the reinstatement deadline you will need to petition for reinstatement: Petitioning for Reinstatement. Current term charges that have different due dates such as Housing do not need to be paid in full to be reinstated. Please check you Account Summary by Term for any other charges due.
You will also be required to pay a late payment fee of $100 and a $100 late registration fee. The late registration fee is assessed for having to re-register your courses. All cancelled students should receive a cancellation notice by mail that includes the amount of their tuition and fee charges for the cancelled term.
If you make your payment online you will need to notify our Customer Service Office by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once your payment is confirmed your reinstatement will be processed.
How do I pay to be reinstated and how long will it take to be reinstated?
Please visit our payment webpage for payment options at USF Cashier's Office.
If you make your payment online you will need to notify our Customer Service Office by emailing them at email@example.com. You can also call them at 813-974-6056 or visit them on the Tampa campus in SVC 1039.
Please Note: If you have been cancelled all your registration charges have been removed. Even though the amount due may only show $200.00 you need to enter the amount on the cancellation letter to be reinstated. The online payment system will allow you to enter an amount different they the current balance due on your account. After the Cashier's Office has received notification of your payment, your classes should be reinstated within 2 business days.
How long do I have to be reinstated?
If your registration has been cancelled for financial reasons you may apply for reinstatement but must do so no later than the reinstatement deadline listed below.
Term Reinstatement Deadlines
- Spring 2019: February 1, 2019
- Summer 2019 A/C/G/W: May 31, 2019
- Summer 2019 B/Y: July 12, 2019
- Fall 2019: September 27, 2019
Can I have my courses reinstated after the reinstatement deadline?
If you do not pay to have your classes reinstated by the deadline you will need to go through the petition process to be reinstated. Reinstatement Petition Process
Do all my classes have to be reinstated?
Yes. When reinstated it will be for the full course load for which you are registered. Not attending the first class session of a course does not constitute officially dropping of a course. You will not have to pay for courses dropped during or prior to the first week of classes.
What if I don't want to be reinstated?
If you do not wish to be reinstated for the term simply don't make any payments for your current term tuition charges or late fees. If no payments have been made the late fees will be removed from your account approximately four weeks after the reinstatement deadline. If you made a payment online between the payment and reinstatement deadlines but did not wish to be reinstated, please contact our Customer Service Office by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call them at 813-974-6056 or visit them on the Tampa campus in SVC 1039.