In special cases where nonresident undergraduate students were misadvised or experienced extenuating circumstances that delayed completion of their bachelor's degree, graduating seniors can submit a one-time appeal to pay tuition on a per-credit-hour basis for a maximum of two classes. Student fees and other charges do not change. This appeal is available once per student for fall or spring semester only; summer undergraduate nonresident tuition is already charged per credit hour. Your academic situation and enrollment must be verified by your academic advisor. Approval of your appeal is not guaranteed.
Required Verification & Documentation
Documentation supporting extenuating circumstances must be submitted with the appeal form.
Step 1: Gather documentation that supports the extenuating circumstances you've experienced.
Step 2: Get verification from your academic advisor that the class(es) are required for your degree.
Step 3: Complete the Nonresident Senior Tuition Appeal online and upload all required documentation. Incomplete documentation will result in a delayed decision. You will receive a decision in about two weeks from the date you submit the appeal.