All persons who operate a vehicle on University property, regularly or occasionally, are required to register those vehicles with the Parking and Transportation Services and to obtain a parking permit for a designated area or areas. Detailed information on parking and traffic regulations; penalties for failing to register a vehicle and other traffic and parking violations; methods of obtaining refunds; procedures to follow when changing automobiles; location where vehicle may be parked; and a specific breakdown of fees to be paid will be available at the time of registration.
Disabled veterans and decorated veterans whose vehicles display the special license plate issued by the Texas Department of Transportation, upon registration and proper notification of Parking and Transportation Services, are exempt from the payment of fees for any University surface parking permit for which they are otherwise eligible, in accordance with state law. This privilege applies to the veteran only and not to anyone else driving the vehicle. More information can be found at: https://www.txdmv.gov/motorists/disabled-parking-placards-plates.
A student attempting a class for the third or subsequent time will be assessed an additional $100 per semester credit hour fee at registration.
Excess Hours Tuition Rate
Undergraduate resident rate students who have attempted more than 30 credit hours in excess of the required hours for their degree program will be charged tuition at a rate of $150 per semester credit hour instead of $50 per semester credit hour. This higher tuition rate will go into effect the next enrolled term after the student reaches this threshold. The exception to this rule would be students who initially enrolled in an institution of higher education prior to fall 1999.
The fee for visiting a course is the same as that required for registration for credit.
|Computing Device Fee||up to $750 (opt in)|
|Installment Payment Plan Processing Fee $15||$15|
|Installment Payment Plan Late Fee||$15|
|Late Payment Fee||$35|
|Bachelor's Graduation Fee||$50|
|Undergraduate (domestic) Application Fee||$15|
|Graduate (domestic) Application Fee||$35|
|International Application Fee||$50|
|Master's Graduation Fee, Plan Two and Plan Three||$50|
|New Student Orientation Fee||$75|
|Readmission Fee (Undergraduate)||$15|
|Readmission Fee (Graduate)||$35|
|Diploma Reprint Fee||$25|
|BBA Fee (ETS Major Field Test)||$27|
|MBA/MPA Fee (ETS Major Field Test)||$31|
|Educator Preparation Program Fee||$55|
The following fees are non-refundable: Late Fee, Reinstatement Fees, New Student Orientation Fee, and Deferred Payment Plan Processing Fees.
Fines for Breakage and Loss
Students registered for courses in chemistry will be notified at the end of a semester of breakage or loss of equipment and will be required to pay the amount due at the Student Business Services Office. Students are expected to exercise reasonable care of University property; an assessment will be made for any deliberate misuse.
Students must pay all fines before they can receive a transcript of their credits or can register in the University.