Academic Semesters and Summer Sessions
Students who officially withdraw (dropping ALL classes that have not been completed up to that time) from the University of Arkansas during the regular fall or spring semesters receive a cancellation of fees (see chart below), less an Administrative Withdrawal fee of $45. Students who officially withdraw from a summer session or who drop classes in the summer also receive a cancellation of fees (see chart below).
|Adjustment Percentage||If withdrawn|
|100%||before the first day of the semester/session|
|90%||through the first 10% of days in the semester/session|
|80%||through the second 10% of days in the semester/session|
|70%||through the third 10% of days in the semester/session|
|60%||through the fourth 10% of days in the semester/session|
|50%||through the fifth 10% of days in the semester/session|
|40%||through the sixth 10% of days in the semester/session|
Students who pre-register for a semester will be invoiced approximately six weeks prior to the first day of classes. The Treasurer’s Office will send out an email notification when the student invoices are available on UAConnect. Students should log into UAConnect, navigate to the Finances section of the Student Center, and click the ‘Student Invoice’ link located under the My Account section.
Students who register for the fall 2016 and spring 2017 semesters are required to pay all charges by the posted payment deadline. Students who fail to pay all charges or who fail to execute an installment payment plan by the deadline may be assessed a late payment fee equal to the outstanding balance, not to exceed $50.00.
Any student with an outstanding balance, to include registration-related fees and/or housing charges, by the last payment deadline will be assessed an additional late payment fee equal to the outstanding balance, not to exceed $50.00.
The late fee will not be waived because an invoice was not received.
Disbursement of Refunds
Disbursement of refunds due to overpayments by scholarships, loans, and/or grants will begin approximately five (5) days prior to the start of classes.
The University of Arkansas has partnered with BankMobile, a financial services company focused solely on higher education, to deliver financial aid and other school refunds to the University of Arkansas students. Students should receive their welcome packet, in a bright green envelope, from BankMobile prior to the beginning of classes. Refund options include: direct deposit to your current bank account, a paper check sent via U.S. mail, or creating a checking account with BankMobile. For more information visit www.refundselection.com.
Students may create a check address, which will be used specifically for overpayment checks. This address may be created in addition to the local and permanent addresses. If a check address is not created, the default address will be the permanent address. The student may change their address on the ISIS Web site in the Student Center.