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Delegation of Authority: Tuition and Fee Policies for Credit Instruction (SYS 805)

Delegation of Authority

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6. Exceptions

Exceptions to any of the stated provisions due to extraordinary circumstances can be made only by the Chancellor or the Chancellor's designee(s). Any delegation of authority should be in writing and maintained in the designees' offices. Documentation justifying exceptions should be maintained. Blanket exceptions are not authorized.


DELEGATION TO:  Provost (or designee) and Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services (or designee)

COMMENT: Will approve the first exception for a student


DELEGATION TO: Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services(or designee)

COMMENT: Will approve any exceptions following the first


DELEGATION TO: Controller 

COMMENT: May make a single exception based upon a student emergency

DELEGATION TO: Director of Student Financials
COMMENT: May make a single exception based upon a student emergency

A.4 Excess Credit Surcharge
All resident undergraduate students who have accumulated 165 credits (or 30 credits more than required by their degree programs, whichever is greater) will be assessed a surcharge, equal to 100% of the regular resident tuition, on credits beyond that level.  Implementation rules for this policy are contained in the final report of the Excess Credits Policy Implementation Group.

DELEGATION TO:  Exceptions to this are delegated to the Provost (or designee), who may delegate this to academic deans or associate/assistant deans.
COMMENT:  The Excess Credits Policy Implementation Group report is available from the Provost (or designee).  The report notes that “Institutions may make exceptions through an appeals process and grant waivers in cases of extenuating circumstances beyond a student’s control.” process and grant waivers in cases of extenuating circumstances beyond a student’s control.”

C.1 Payment in Full
Students may be assessed a late fee not to exceed $100 if payment of tuition and fees currently due is made after the established due date. At the institution's option, the late fee may be prorated for students less than full-time. The late fee shall be deposited to Fund 128. The Chancellor or designee has the option of reducing or waiving the fee on an individual or group basis.

DELEGATION TO:  Provost (or designee) and Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services (or designee)
COMMENT: None

DELEGATION TO: Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services (or designee)
COMMENT: Authority to waive Late Payment Penalty

C.4 Refunds/Withdrawals/Drops
In those instances in which a student can document nonattendance at the institution after having enrolled in one or more courses, the student shall be assessed fees equal to 20% of the original fees due, reduced to resident rates, plus the late payment fee.

DELEGATION TO: Registrar
COMMENT: Authority to waive 20% fee and / or the late payment fee.


SYS 805 last updated 8/24/2020




Keywords:805, F44, tuition, fee policies, credit instruction, fee System policy, SYS, SYS policy, delegation of authority, tuition and fees, SYS 805   Doc ID:55636
Owner:Denise L.Group:UW Platt Admin Services
Created:2015-08-26 13:49 CDTUpdated:2021-02-03 14:49 CDT
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