An undergraduate may be eligible for a tuition rebate of up to $1,000 if, at graduation, he or she has attempted no more than three semester hours beyond the minimum number of hours required for the degree. Credit by exam hours could make you ineligible. Discuss this with your advisor before claiming credit. You must apply for the tuition rebate by 5pm on the official date of graduation.
01/09/2013 -Students may take a maximum of 17 credit hours in the fall or spring semesters. During the summer, a student can take up to 14 hours with no more than 8 hours in either summer session.Read more
01/09/2013 -Advisors CANNOT add students to a course that is already full. Students may add themselves to the automated wait list option if available, and keep trying to add the course during all the add/drop access periods. Being on a wait list is not a guarantee for getting into a class, and advisors have no way of predicting your chances of getting a class via the wait list; therefore, it is necessary to have an alternative class planned as a back-up.Read more
01/09/2013 -All entry-level students and students who are on scholastic probation receive advising bars, and must meet with an advisor before they can register for classes. You can find more information on the Registration page. You can call the front desk at 512-471-9509 to make an appointment with your advisor. You must include your EID in all communication, by phone, voicemail, or email, for our office to assist you.