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 Study Abroad and the program’s faculty director. AS courses offer transfer credit. Courses that require AS registration have an affiliated studies fee in lieu of UT tuition.
Affiliated Studies (AS) credit may take up to one long academic semester after the program ends for credit to post on the UT record.
December 1: Application Deadline
mid-December: Summer application decisions are made by the third week of December
January 17: $300 non-refundable deposit due. Applied toward summer faculty-led program fee.
March 1: student financial responsibilities take effect.
April 15-26: Summer registration. Students must register for all summer study abroad courses during access period one.
May 1: Summer faculty-led program fee deadline (may be deferred to financial aid, if applicable).
May 16: Summer tuition payment deadline (undergraduates). If tuition is not paid by the deadline, courses will be dropped. Please check with your study abroad program coordinator and financial aid counselor regarding whether or not your tuition is eligible to be deferred to financial aid.
Late registration for summer study abroad courses is generally not permitted. Late registration causes delays and challenges with processing financial aid awards and making summer tuition payments. Students who register late must register themselves or designate another individual to act as a proxy to facilitate the late registration process. Study Abroad does not have resources to act as a proxy for students who need to process late registration paperwork.
Failure to Register
Students must be registered by the end of access period 1 in order to use funds from the Office of Student Financial Services to go abroad. Only students with valid registration will have their aid packages recalculated before departure. 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…). Student who fail to register correctly by June 5, 2013 are effectively withdrawing from the program. Students are still accountable for the financial responsibilities.
Graduating seniors should note that programs offering hybrid or Affiliated Studies (AS) credit may take up to one long academic semester after the program ends for credit to post on the UT record.