a. Late Registration Charges: For planning purposes, the University needs to know by certain dates, how many students plan to register for the upcoming session. Anyone who does not complete the applicable steps to registration by the applicable deadline, is charged a Registration Administration Fee (also known as Late Registration Charges).
Students who have not registered and paid tuition fees or made acceptable tuition payment arrangement before September 1 will be liable for a late registration charge effective September 2, unless they have previously been granted permission to register late by the School of Graduate Studies.
For information on fees assessed for registering after the university's deadlines, (also known as Late Registration Charges), please refer to the Administrative Fee Information on the website of the Office of the University Registrar.
b. Failure to Register: A graduate student who fails to register for any term will be considered to have withdrawn from their program of study. Any student who becomes withdrawn due to failure to register, must apply for readmission if they wish to resume their studies. Readmission is not guaranteed.
c. Readmission: A former graduate student who has withdrawn voluntarily or who was withdrawn due to failure to register, may be considered for readmission to complete that degree. For readmission, the student must apply to the School of Graduate Studies through the normal application procedures (see Application for Admission). The Department/Program will review the application for readmission and decide whether or not to support readmission of the student to complete the degree. If readmission is supported, the Department/Program must recommend, and the School of Graduate Studies approve, readmission to the graduate degree program, and the period of time to be allowed for completion of it. Readmission is not guaranteed. Readmission fees are normally assessed (see Readmission Fees).