Registration

Re-Add Process

Beginning Spring 2020, students who do not have a tuition deferment and fail to pay by the end of add/drop week (first week of classes) will be considered overdue and will be assessed a $100 Late Payment Fee.  Students have until the end of the second week of the semester* to pay all tuition and fees or they will be cancelled from classes. 

This action will remove students from class rosters and Canvas access for the term and a Late Registration Fee of $100 will be assessed.

Students who have a financial aid Tuition Deferment, Veteran’s deferment, Florida Prepaid Plan, or a graduate assistant tuition waiver will not be subject to cancellation.

Were your classes cancelled for financial reasons? Here's what to do:

Timing

Student Action

Second Week of Term* Pay your tuition and fees, including $100 Late Payment Fee.
Third Week of Term*

1. Pay your tuition and fees, including $100 Late Payment Fee and $100 Late Registration Fee (Refer to Cashier's Office email for amount to pay.)

2. Complete only Re-Add Request; Part 1 & 3

3. Email completed form to the Cashier's Office.

Fourth Week of Term*

1. Seek permission to Re-Add from instructor(s) using Re-Add Request.

2. Pay your tuition and fees, including $100 Late Payment Fee and $100 Late Registration Fee (Refer to Cashier's Office email for amount to pay.)

3. Email each instructor-signed form to the Cashier's Office the same day it's signed by your instructor.

Don't know how much to pay for a partial schedule? Email the Cashier's Office to inquire.

Fifth Week of Term*

Undergraduates follow the ARC petition process.

Graduate students follow the Graduate Studies petition process.

$100 Late Payment Fee and $100 Late Registration Fee are assessed.

*Summer Term has earlier deadlines; dates will be published before start of Summer Term 2020.

Students will be refunded for adds that cannot be accommodated due to capacity if payment was provided. See Tuition and Fee Rates

Students seeking to add a course that they were not registered for by Drop/Add must follow the ARC Petition Process (undergraduates) or the Graduate Studies Petition Process (graduates), including section swaps.