|Summer Faculty-led Registration|
Registration, tuition and fees for faculty-led programs follow the same schedule as courses taught at UT during the summer, thus students should refer to the Office of the Register.
Many faculty-led study abroad courses are listed in the course schedule, while others are not. The program coordinator will distribute registration information (through Blackboard) prior to the summer access period.
Affiliated Studies (AS) Registration
Affiliated studies courses are generally taught by non-UT faculty that work in conjunction with the Study Abroad Office and the program’s Faculty Director. AS courses offer transfer credit. Courses that require AS registration have a $400 registration fee in lieu of UT tuition. For example, if the program offers one UT course and one AS course, students pay UT tuition for one course plus a $400 AS registration fee.
Students who register late must register themselves or designate another individual to act as a proxy to facilitate the late registration process. The Study Abroad Office does not have resources to act as a proxy for students who need to process late registration paperwork.
Failure to Register
Students who are not registered by the 4th class day of summer have no UT student status and are not official program participants. Their study abroad files will be marked “failed to register,” effectively withdrawing the student from the program. Students who are not registered in the program’s course(s) are not eligible for financial aid or program amenities (housing, courses, activities, orientation etc…).