Registration Information

ACCOMMODATION OF RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCE AND PRACTICE

Administrators and faculty members are responsible for reasonable accommodation of individual religious practices. A refusal to accommodate is justified only when undue hardship would result from each alternative of reasonable accommodation.

Persons wishing clarification of the nature or proper application of this policy should consult the Office of the Dean of Students or the Office of the Director of Human Resources, as appropriate

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THE TRAVELING SCHOLARS PROGRAM

The Traveling Scholars Program is designed so students may take advantage of programs or special resources available at one of the three state universities which are not available at their own institution. Any undergraduate student with a 2.5000 grade-point average or any graduate student with a 3.0000 grade-point average enrolled at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, or The University of Arizona may be designated a Traveling Scholar by prior mutual agreement of the appropriate academic authorities at both the sponsoring and the hosting institution. Additional information and the application form may be obtained from the Office of the Registrar.

WICHE-PROFESSIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM

Financial assistance is available to Arizona residents wishing to pursue careers in Osteopathy, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, Optometry, and Occupational Therapy through the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) Professional Student Exchange Program.

The Arizona Board of Regents WICHE Program enables Arizona students to enroll in certain professional programs in other states since these educational opportunities are not available in Arizona. The State pays a support fee to the school receiving the student to help cover the cost of education. The student pays the resident tuition fee at a public institution or the difference between the WICHE support fee and the standard tuition at a private school.

To qualify for the program, applicants must be Arizona residents for five years prior to commencement of training, and have maintained average grades. All participants are required to practice in Arizona one year for each year of support, or repay the State one-half of all funds expended on their behalf plus interest.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND POLICIES

All persons who make use of classroom or laboratory facilities and/or of faculty time must register and pay tuition and fees. Graduate students who have previously registered for all of the credit required for their degrees may enroll for supplementary registration in order to meet this requirement.

Note: The University reserves the right to cancel any course not elected by an adequate number of students.

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION-All new students are encouraged to attend one of the orientation sessions held during the spring, summer and fall. These sessions provide placement examination testing, academic advising, introduction to campus facilities and services as well as course registration. Detailed information regarding the programs is sent to new students in their admission certificate packets.

REGISTRATION-All persons must register and pay tuition and fees in order to attend class. Registration periods, with published dates, are set aside for each semester and summer session. Complete registration instructions, procedures, and deadlines for which every student is fully responsible are detailed in the Schedule of Classes, available on campus prior to the registration periods. A student is officially registered and eligible to attend classes only when all procedures have been completed, including payment of tuition and fees. 

In addition to the basic information regarding registration, the Schedule of Classes is an essential source document for the current academic calendar, fee schedule, academic and other student regulations and procedures, and the final exam schedule, as well as for the listing of courses to be offered.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE-Students must be registered by the end of the first week after the start of classes. No late registrations will be accepted after the 21st calendar day following the first day of class. Registration is not complete until registration fees, and tuition if appropriate, are paid. Failure to pay by the 21st day will result in the student's not being allowed to enroll, even if the student has been attending classes. Late registration after this date will not be accepted unless the student submits a written appeal to the Registrar and can document extenuating circumstances such as medical problems (physically incapacitated and not able to be present), legal problems, or some other academic commitment which precluded enrolling prior to the 21st day (study abroad, co-op in absentia registration). See the calendar for the academic year in the front of this catalog.

CONFIRMATION OF OFFICIAL REGISTRATION-Each semester the Office of the Registrar mails students written confirmation of the courses in which they are officially enrolled. If this official registration record does not agree with the student's own records, it is the responsibility of the student to go to the Office of the Registrar to correct his or her registration. An instructor has no alternative but to assign a failing grade ("E") to a student who has not participated in the course but whose name appears on the final grade report list.

LATE PAYMENT AND LATE REGISTRATION FEES-A student who fails to complete payment of all fees prior to the due date for any semester or term will be assessed a non-refundable late payment fee. Students who fail to register prior to the first day of class will be assessed an additional late registration fee.

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL INELIGIBILITY-Students with past-due debts to The University of Arizona are considered financially ineligible to register until outstanding debts are paid in full.

IDENTIFICATION CARDS-All students must have a current official photo identification card. These establish the student's identity as a University of Arizona student and authorize access to certain university facilities. The cards are obtained as part of the registration process for a fee of $5. Replacement cards cost $10.

LIMITATION OF REGISTRATION-Should lack of facilities in courses make it necessary to limit the number of students admitted, preference will be given to students for whom these courses are required. Among these, priority is given to graduating seniors and to students having superior records in prerequisite courses, respectively.

TRANSFER TO LESS ADVANCED COURSE-Students unable to meet satisfactorily the requirements of courses in which they are registered may be transferred to less advanced courses in the same department if the head of the department and the instructors approve.

RELEASE OF INFORMATION-The University complies with all provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 dealing with the release of education records. A copy of The University of Arizona's policy for implementation of the act is available in the Offices of the Registrar and the Dean of Students.

RETENTION OF STUDENT RECORDS-The Registrar's Office maintains a permanent record of academic work completed by each student. Support documents for the academic records are kept for three (3) years after the student graduates or date of last enrollment. After three (3) years, it is assumed that the student accepts the accuracy of his/her academic record and supporting source documents are destroyed. Students are strongly advised to check carefully their academic records each semester. Discrepancies in the academic record should be reported to the Registrar immediately.

When a degree has been certified by the Registrar's Office, a student's academic record may not be altered except in those cases where a procedural or clerical error has occurred. However, if the student or the University learns facts that were not known or would not reasonably have been known within the three (3) year period, the academic record may be altered and/or the degree may be revoked.

REGISTRATION CHANGES

CHANGE OF SCHEDULE (DROP/ADD)

(Policy amended 5/12/08: deadlines specified for shorter and non-standard terms)

Students may drop and/or add courses by following instructions and adhering to deadlines in the appropriate External Link Schedule of Classes each semester.  External Link Change of Schedule (drop/add) forms are available in departments and can also be printed in .pdf format on the Office of the Registrar's Web site.  To see when a Change of Schedule form is required, see External Link Registration Dates and Deadlines.

As of the first day of classes and through the last day of registration for credit, as stated in the Academic Calendar, a student may not add a course with a Change of Schedule form without the permission and the signature of the instructor of the course.

Fall & Spring Semesters (16-week courses):
Course withdrawals filed before the first deadline, at the end of the fourth week of classes, result in cancellation of registration in the course.  The course enrollment is deleted from the student's permanent record.

For course withdrawals filed between the first and second withdrawal deadlines—at the end of the eighth week of classes--the grade of "W" is awarded to students who are passing at the time of withdrawal, and the grade of "E" may be awarded to students not passing at the time of withdrawal.  Either grade will be displayed on the student’s permanent record. The value of the “E” grade will be calculated in the student’s grade point average.

The second deadline to drop a course is normally the student’s last opportunity to drop a course, except for an extraordinary reason approved by the student's college dean (in the case of undergraduate students) or by the Graduate College dean (in the case of graduate students) or by the Dean of Students (in the case of students withdrawing completely from the University). With the college dean’s approval, undergraduates may drop a course through the last day of regularly scheduled classes—prior to the final examination period.  Likewise, graduate students need the approval of the Graduate College dean to drop a course through the last day of classes.  For students in the colleges of Law and Medicine, withdrawals are governed by regulations established by the respective college faculties.

Courses with non-standard start and end dates, including but not limited to all Summer Session and Winter Session courses: 
The Registrar determines the duration of the first withdrawal period and publishes the specific deadline to drop a course with deletion from the record for shorter or non-standard terms in the
External Link Schedule of Classes.

For course withdrawals filed between the first and second withdrawal deadlines, the grade of "W" is awarded to students who are passing at the time of withdrawal, and the grade of "E" may be awarded to students not passing at the time of withdrawal. Either grade will be displayed on the student’s permanent record. The value of the “E” grade will be calculated in the student’s grade point average. The second drop deadline is set by the Registrar based on the length of the course.  The specific deadline to drop a course with a grade of “W” or “E” for shorter or non-standard terms is published in theExternal Link Schedule of Classes.

The two drop deadlines for courses with extended terms (i.e., those extending 5 or more months) are proportional with those set for the Fall or Spring Semester. 

The second deadline to drop a course is normally the student’s last opportunity to drop a course, except for an extraordinary reason approved by the student's college dean (in the case of undergraduate students) or by the Graduate College dean (in the case of graduate students) or by the Dean of Students (in the case of students withdrawing completely from the University). With the college dean’s approval, undergraduates may drop a course through the last day of a class with shorter or non-standard start and end dates—prior to the final examination period.  Likewise, graduate students need the approval of the Graduate College dean to drop a course through the last day of a class with shorter or non-standard start and end dates. For students in the colleges of Law and Medicine, withdrawals are governed by regulations established by the respective college faculties.

The second deadline to drop a course is normally the student’s last opportunity to drop a course, except for an extraordinary reason approved by the student's college dean (in the case of undergraduate students) or by the Graduate College dean (in the case of graduate students) or by the Dean of Students (in the case of students withdrawing completely from the University). With the college dean’s approval, undergraduates may drop a course through the last day of a class with shorter or non-standard start and end dates—prior to the final examination period.  Likewise, graduate students need the approval of the Graduate College dean to drop a course through the last day of a class with shorter or non-standard start and end dates. For students in the colleges of Law and Medicine, withdrawals are governed by regulations established by the respective college faculties.

CHANGE OF REGISTRATION FROM CREDIT TO AUDIT-After the fourth week of classes, a change in registration in a course from credit to audit will be permitted only if the student is doing passing work in that course and receives the approval of the course instructor. After the tenth week of classes, changes from credit to audit will be permitted only with permission from the student's college dean.

CHANGE OF MAJOR OR COLLEGE-A student may change his or her major by contacting his or her college dean and completing the appropriate forms. Students wishing to change colleges must consult the dean's office of the college to which they wish to transfer. Change from one college to another is established by filing a change of college form with the new college. The change of college will be effective for the current term if filed within the first four weeks of classes during a regular semester. If filed after that date, the change of college will be effective the following semester.

Number AFAT Recreation Registration Totalof Units Fees Center Fee

1 $3 --- $97 $100

2 $3 --- $193 $196

3 $3 --- $289 $292

4 $3 $25 $385 $413

5 $3 $25 $481 $509

6 $3 $25 $577 $605

7 or more $6 $25 $919 $947


NONRESIDENTS:


Number AFAT Recreation Tuition & Totalof Units Fees Center Fee Registration

1 $3 --- $311 $314

2 $3 --- $621 $624

3 $3 --- $931 $934

4 $3 $25 $1241 $1269

5 $3 $25 $1551 $1579

6 $3 $25 $1861 $1889

7 $6 $25 $2172 $2203

8 $6 $25 $2482 $2513

9 $6 $25 $2792 $2823

10 $6 $25 $3102 $3133

11 $6 $25 $3412 $3443

12 or more $6 $25 $3719 $3750


1Expenses and fees for 1995-96 were not available at the time the catalog was printed. All fees are subject to change.

SPECIAL COURSE FEES AND DEPOSITS -- Special course fees and deposits are applicable only under certain specific conditions and must be approved by the Provost and/or the Arizona Board of Regents. Fees for off-campus field trips, specialized equipment or facilities, private instruction, expendable materials and refundable deposits for equipment entrusted to students' care may be assessed. Special course fees are identified in the Schedule of Classes for the term in which the course is offered. The following special fees or deposit courses were approved at the time of the printing of this catalog.

SPECIAL COURSE FEES

Course Fee

A ME 411 $25

A ME 412a $25

A ME 412b $25

ANAT 612 $50

AN S 612 $50

ANTH 418 $250

ANTH 442a $250

ANTH 442b $250

ANTH 518 $250

ANTH 642a $250

ANTH 642b $250

ARCH 112 $25

ARCH 118 $25

ARCH 201 $25

ARCH 202 $25

ARCH 301 $25

ARCH 302 $25

ARCH 401 $25

ARCH 402 $25

ARCH 451 $25

ARCH 452 $25

ARCH 501 $25

ARCH 502 $25

ARCH 900 $25

ARCH 909 $25

ARCH 910 $25

ART 101 $13

ART 102 $13

ART 103X $13

ART 104 $20

ART 205 $35

ART 241/M AR 241 $25

ART 250 $40

ART 251 $40

ART 253 $40

ART 255 $40

ART 265 $25

ART 266 $25

ART 271 $20

ART 273 $45

ART 280 $11

ART 287 $35

ART 302 $20

ART 305 $35

ART 341a $10

ART 341b $25

ART 341c $15

ART 341d $25

ART 341e $25

ART 343a $20

ART 343b $25

ART 345 $25

ART 346 $25

ART 350 $40

ART 351 $40

ART 353 $40

ART 355 $40

ART 356 $40

ART 363 $25

ART 364 $25

ART 365 $25

ART 366 $25

ART 367 $25

ART 371 $20

ART 372 $20

ART 373 $45

ART 380 $11

ART 387a $50

ART 387b $50

ART 387c $35

ART 405 $35

ART 441 $25

ART 445 $25

ART 446 $25

ART 456 $40

ART 464 $25

ART 465 $25

ART 466 $25

ART 467 $25

ART 469 $25

ART 471 $20

ART 472 $20

ART 473 $50

ART 480 $11

ART 483 $20

ART 487a $50

ART 487b $50

ART 487c $35

ART 487d $35

ART 487e $35

ART 487f $35

ART 487g $35

ART 489 $50

ART 505 $35

ART 541 $25

ART 545 $25

ART 546 $25

ART 550 $40

ART 551 $40

ART 553 $40

ART 555 $40

ART 565 $25

ART 566 $25

ART 567 $25

ART 569 $25

ART 571 $20

ART 572 $20

ART 573 $50

ART 580 $11

ART 583 $20

ART 587a $50

ART 587b $50

ART 587c $40

ART 587d $40

ART 587e $40

ART 587f $40

ART 587g $40

ART 589 $50

ART 656 $40

ART 673 $50

ART 687 $40

BIOC 473 $50

BIOC 612 $50

CHEM 102a $40

CHEM 102b $40

CHEM 104a $40

CHEM 104b $40

CHEM 106a $40

CHEM 106b $40

CHEM 243a $40

CHEM 243b $40

CHEM 245a $40

CHEM 245b $40

CHEM 302 $40

CHEM 323 $40

CHEM 326 $40

CHEM 400a $40

CHEM 400b $40

CHEM 412 $40

CHEM 440 $40

CHEM 446 $40

C E 394a $30

CRL 101 $260

CRL 102 $260

CRL 201 $260

CRL 202 $260

CRL 301 $260

CRL 302 $260

ECOL 442 $250

ECOL 542 $250

ENTO 612 $50

EXSS 137a $10

EXSS 137c $35

EXSS 137d $35

EXSS 219 $10

GENE 473 $50

GEOS 103 $15

GEOS 104 $15

GEOS 412 $418

GEOS 413 $418

GEOS 536/HWR 536 $25

HUM 295q/ENGL 295q $15

HWR 101a $10

HWR 101b $10

HWR 250 $25

HWR 407 $15

HWR 414 $60

HWR 431 $10

HWR 450L $25

HWR 514 $60

HWR 517L $25

HWR 531 $10

HWR 536/GEOS 536 $25

HWR 550L $25

M AR 110 $50

M AR 210 $50

M AR 241/ART 241 $25

M AR 304 $50

M AR 305 $50

M AR 314 $50

M AR 315 $50

M AR 381 $50

M AR 414 $50

M AR 415 $50

M AR 497a $50

M AR 497c $50

MBIM 612 $50

MCB 473 $50

MCB 612 $50

MEDT 471L $15

MEDT 472L $15

MEDT 473L $15

MEDT 474L $15

MIC 473 $50

MUSI Performance Studies--1/2 hr wk $40

MUSI Performance Studies--1 hr wk $60

PATH 612 $50

PL P 612 $50

PL S 473 $50

PSIO 612 $50

T AR 111 $10

T AR 215 $20

T AR 422 $20

T AR 423 $40

T AR 522 $20

TTE 493a $32

TTE 493b $32

TTE $5

(Initial teacher preparation program application fee)

V SC 612 $50

WS M 461 $150

WS M 561 $150

OTHER FEES RELATED TO REGISTRATION AND SPECIAL SERVICES

ENGLISH PLACEMENT EXAMINATION FEE -- All entering students without previous college-level composition courses are required to take the First-Year Placement Examination. The fee for the examination is $10.

CREDIT-BY-EXAMINATION FEE -- A fee of $21 per unit is charged for all special examinations for credit.

COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION FEE -- The fees for examinations administered under the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) are $47 each for the Subject examinations and $47 for each General examination.

GRADUATE STUDENT FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEST (GSFLT) -- A fee of $17 is charged to take any one foreign language examination. Examinations in French, German, Russian, and Spanish are administered nationally by the Educational Testing Service. The fee is paid to Testing Office in Old Main.

AUDIT FEE -- Fees for audit units are the same as regular credit units, including the nonresident tuition, if applicable.

PHOTO I.D. FEE -- The fee for the original student I.D. card is $5.00. The replacement fee for lost or stolen I.D. cards is $10. Students may obtain replacement cards at the Campus I.D. Center.

TRANSCRIPT FEE -- Students may order copies of their official University of Arizona academic record (transcript) from the Registrar's Office. The fee for regular transcript service is $4 per copy. The fee for immediate service or special handling is $6 per copy. An unofficial copy of the transcript costs $1. These fees are applicable whether the transcript request has been made in person, through the mail or by faxing. Fax fees are $6.00 for the transcript, plus a faxing fee of $3.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page.

Fax transcripts are not official. Unofficial transcripts are not sent through the mail. Transcripts will not be issued for students whose records indicate indebtedness to the University.

BREAKAGE DEPOSIT -- A breakage deposit may be required of each student registered for laboratory work in certain departments. This deposit, less the value of apparatus broken by the student, is returned upon completion of the course.

MUSIC LESSON FEE -- A fee of $40 each semester for one half-hour per week or $60 per semester for a one-hour-per-week private lesson in applied fields of piano, organ, voice, band, or orchestral instrument is charged. A music major registering for more than one weekly lesson will pay a maximum fee of $60 each semester.

MUSIC INSTRUMENT RENTAL -- Students enrolled for individual instruction may rent instruments, if available, for a rental fee each semester.

STUDENT TEACHING FEE -- For those exceptional circumstances when a student teaching placement is approved at a site outside of the Tucson area, the student may be assessed a fee to cover costs of supervision. The fee is dependent upon the requested site.

SEMESTER ACTIVITY FEE FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS -- Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in 6 units or less must pay $17.50 per semester fee in order to qualify for student discount rates to athletic events. This fee is non-refundable. The activity fee approximates the amount full-time students pay to the athletic department via registration fees each semester. Also, students can pay the $17.50 fee each semester, which qualifies a guest to receive the discount ticket rates.

MEAL PLAN (FOOD SERVICE) -- The University of Arizona's food services are provided by the Student Union. Eating locations are primarily located in the Student Union Building, Park Student Center, and satellite facilities located around the campus.

The University of Arizona's All Aboard program is the Student Union's computerized meal plan. It offers students the opportunity to eat at any of the Union's 19 campus restaurants, and over 200 food and beverage vending machines. In addition to the convenience of not having to carry cash, students who participate in the All Aboard Meal Plan are not charged tax on their food purchases. This constitutes a substantial savings on the actual cost of meals. The average female student spends $700-$900 per semester; the average male student spends $900-$1200 per semester.

In addition to the All Aboard Meal Plan students can establish a Pocket Money account that offers the same cash free convenience. Students with Pocket Money accounts are able to access the services of the Fast Copy Center, Gallagher Theatre (movies), University Photo Service, Sam's Place (games room), Student Recreation Center Pro Shop, as well as paying for Residence Hall In-room Phone charges.

All Aboard and Pocket Money accounts are pre-paid (debit card) systems. Students access their accounts by presenting their student identification card. A minimum payment of $25.00 is required to open an account. Monies deposited in an All Aboard account are restricted to the purchase of food and beverages.

REFUNDS OF TUITION AND FEES

APPLIED TO ENCUMBRANCES -- All refunds and deposits that may be due a student will be first applied to encumbrances owed the University. Refunds due will be forfeited unless called for by the last day of the semester.

REFUND SCHEDULE -- The refund schedule begins with the first day of class and applies to weekdays (Mon .- Fri.). Sufficient time must be allowed for final clearance of registration fee payment checks before refunds will be made. Students who withdraw and who are entitled to a refund will be charged a $10 withdrawal fee. The Arizona Financial Aid Trust (AFAT) fee will not be refunded once classes begin. Students receiving financial aid will be refunded in compliance with federal regulations.

REFUND SCHEDULE


Before 1-5 days 6-10 days 11-15 days 16-20 days Thereafter semester starts

100% 80% 60% 40% 20% none


GRADUATION EXPENSES

DEGREE CANDIDACY APPLICATION FEE -- Every candidate for a baccalaureate or graduate degree is required to pay a nonrefundable fee at the time of filing an application for degree candidacy. Additional fees will be charged for late filing for bachelor's-degree candidacy. Each senior is provided with an official check of remaining degree requirements. A fee will be charged for any additional degree check necessitated by a student's subsequently changing catalog or curriculum. A fee will be charged for duplicate copies. Late applications will not be accepted after the last official day to register for credit for the semester or term immediately preceding the semester or term in which the degree is to be awarded. A degree or diploma will not be issued to any student whose records indicate indebtedness to The University of Arizona.

THESIS OR DISSERTATION PROCESSING FEE -- A fee of $15 is required of each graduate student at the time of submitting the thesis or dissertation.

MICROFILM FEE -- A fee of $65 is charged for microfilming of doctoral dissertations or master's theses.

CAP AND GOWN FEE -- Degree candidates participating in the commencement exercises are required to wear the prescribed academic attire, which may be purchased at the ASUA Bookstore.

RESIDENCE HALL FEES

Residence hall rent must be paid in accord with the Residence Hall License Agreement. A rent prepayment is required for fall applicants within two weeks of assignment notification. Deposits on rooms will not be refunded for cancellations after June 1 preceding the fall semester, nor after December 15 for the second semester.

Rates for single rooms, when available, are 160% per person of the regular rental rate for most resident halls. Consult the Department of Residence Life for further information.

RESIDENCE HALL RATES, EFFECTIVE 1992-931


Entire Fall Spring Spring

Academic Semester Semester Semester

Year Payment Payment ONLY

I. Residence Halls:

Hopi, Sierra $1429.00 $860.00 $569.00 $860.00

Arizona-Sonora, Quad $1679.00 $1015.00 $664.00 $1015.00

Arizona-Sonora, Dbl $2350.00 $1410.00 $940.00 $1410.00

Apache-Santa Cruz $1829.00 $1105.00 $724.00 $1105.00

Graham-Greenlee $1829.00 $1105.00 $724.00 $1105.00

Kaibab-Huachuca $1829.00 $1105.00 $724.00 $1105.00

Manzanita-Mohave $1879.00 $1135.00 $794.00 $1135.00

Babcock, Std Dbl $1879.00 $1135.00 $744.00 $1135.00

Coconino $1929.00 $1165.00 $764.00 $1165.00

Yavapai $1929.00 $1165.00 $764.00 $1165.00

Navajo-Pinal $1929.00 $1165.00 $764.00 $1165.00

Yuma, Maricopa $1979.00 $1195.00 $784.00 $1195.00

Gila, Cochise $1979.00 $1195.00 $784.00 $1195.00

Coronado $2104.00 $1270.00 $834.00 $1270.00

Corleone Apts., 1 br $2179.00 $1315.00 $864.00 $1315.00

Corleone Apts., 2 br $1879.00 $1135.00 $744.00 $1135.00

II. Summer Rates:

Five-Week Session:

Residence Hall, Dbl. $237.00

On-campus Apartment, Quad $244.00

Conference Groups:

Daily and Weekly (over four weeks) rates available on request

III. Christopher City Apartment Rates:

Per month - includes utilities - Open year-round:

Efficiency unfurnished $265.00

Efficiency furnished $295.00

One-bedroom unfurnished $340.00

One-bedroom furnished $375.00

Two-bedroom unfurnished $410.00

Two-bedroom furnished $455.00

Three-bedroom (regular) unfurnished $495.00

Three-bedroom (large) unfurnished $555.00


1Subject to increase for 1993-94 and 1994-95 academic years.

2Rates for single rooms when available: 160% per person of the regular rental rate for most resident halls. Consult the Department of Residence Life for further information.

SUMMARY OF MINIMUM ANNUAL ESTIMATED EXPENSE FOR FULL-TIME CAMPUS STUDENTS, 1994-95

The Board of Regents reserves the right to change all fees and charges without notice, if necessary. Rates for 1995-96 and 1996-97 were not available at the time of printing of the catalog.

ARIZONA RESIDENTS:


Registration fee $1894.00

($947.00 per semester)

Residence halls, average rate $2150.00

Meals in university cafeteria $2000.00

Books and supplies $600.00

Total minimum annual expense $6644.00


NONRESIDENTS:


Registration fee & tuition $7500.00

($3750.00 per semester)

Residence halls, average rate $2150.00

Meals in university cafeteria $2000.00

Books and supplies $600.00

Total minimum annual expense $12250.00


All students should add to this list incidental personal expenses as needed. The residence hall reservation deposit is $150.

All fees, except residence hall rent and deposit, are due and payable as the final step in the registration procedure. See the current semester's Schedule of Classes for specific billing and payment instructions.

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Number AFAT Recreation Registration Totalof Units Fees Center Fee

1 $3 --- $97 $100

2 $3 --- $193 $196

3 $3 --- $289 $292

4 $3 $25 $385 $413

5 $3 $25 $481 $509

6 $3 $25 $577 $605

7 or more $6 $25 $919 $947


NONRESIDENTS:


Number AFAT Recreation Tuition & Total
of Units Fees Center Fee Registration

1 $3 --- $311 $314

2 $3 --- $621 $624

3 $3 --- $931 $934

4 $3 $25 $1241 $1269

5 $3 $25 $1551 $1579

6 $3 $25 $1861 $1889

7 $6 $25 $2172 $2203

8 $6 $25 $2482 $2513

9 $6 $25 $2792 $2823

10 $6 $25 $3102 $3133

11 $6 $25 $3412 $3443

12 or more $6 $25 $3719 $3750


1Expenses and fees for 1995-96 were not available at the time the catalog was printed. All fees are subject to change.

SPECIAL COURSE FEES AND DEPOSITS -- Special course fees and deposits are applicable only under certain specific conditions and must be approved by the Provost and/or the Arizona Board of Regents. Fees for off-campus field trips, specialized equipment or facilities, private instruction, expendable materials and refundable deposits for equipment entrusted to students' care may be assessed. Special course fees are identified in the Schedule of Classes for the term in which the course is offered. The following special fees or deposit courses were approved at the time of the printing of this catalog.

SPECIAL COURSE FEES

Course Fee

A ME 411 $25

A ME 412a $25

A ME 412b $25

ANAT 612 $50

AN S 612 $50

ANTH 418 $250

ANTH 442a $250

ANTH 442b $250

ANTH 518 $250

ANTH 642a $250

ANTH 642b $250

ARCH 112 $25

ARCH 118 $25

ARCH 201 $25

ARCH 202 $25

ARCH 301 $25

ARCH 302 $25

ARCH 401 $25

ARCH 402 $25

ARCH 451 $25

ARCH 452 $25

ARCH 501 $25

ARCH 502 $25

ARCH 900 $25

ARCH 909 $25

ARCH 910 $25

ART 101 $13

ART 102 $13

ART 103X $13

ART 104 $20

ART 205 $35

ART 241/M AR 241 $25

ART 250 $40

ART 251 $40

ART 253 $40

ART 255 $40

ART 265 $25

ART 266 $25

ART 271 $20

ART 273 $45

ART 280 $11

ART 287 $35

ART 302 $20

ART 305 $35

ART 341a $10

ART 341b $25

ART 341c $15

ART 341d $25

ART 341e $25

ART 343a $20

ART 343b $25

ART 345 $25

ART 346 $25

ART 350 $40

ART 351 $40

ART 353 $40

ART 355 $40

ART 356 $40

ART 363 $25

ART 364 $25

ART 365 $25

ART 366 $25

ART 367 $25

ART 371 $20

ART 372 $20

ART 373 $45

ART 380 $11

ART 387a $50

ART 387b $50

ART 387c $35

ART 405 $35

ART 441 $25

ART 445 $25

ART 446 $25

ART 456 $40

ART 464 $25

ART 465 $25

ART 466 $25

ART 467 $25

ART 469 $25

ART 471 $20

ART 472 $20

ART 473 $50

ART 480 $11

ART 483 $20

ART 487a $50

ART 487b $50

ART 487c $35

ART 487d $35

ART 487e $35

ART 487f $35

ART 487g $35

ART 489 $50

ART 505 $35

ART 541 $25

ART 545 $25

ART 546 $25

ART 550 $40

ART 551 $40

ART 553 $40

ART 555 $40

ART 565 $25

ART 566 $25

ART 567 $25

ART 569 $25

ART 571 $20

ART 572 $20

ART 573 $50

ART 580 $11

ART 583 $20

ART 587a $50

ART 587b $50

ART 587c $40

ART 587d $40

ART 587e $40

ART 587f $40

ART 587g $40

ART 589 $50

ART 656 $40

ART 673 $50

ART 687 $40

BIOC 473 $50

BIOC 612 $50

CHEM 102a $40

CHEM 102b $40

CHEM 104a $40

CHEM 104b $40

CHEM 106a $40

CHEM 106b $40

CHEM 243a $40

CHEM 243b $40

CHEM 245a $40

CHEM 245b $40

CHEM 302 $40

CHEM 323 $40

CHEM 326 $40

CHEM 400a $40

CHEM 400b $40

CHEM 412 $40

CHEM 440 $40

CHEM 446 $40

C E 394a $30

CRL 101 $260

CRL 102 $260

CRL 201 $260

CRL 202 $260

CRL 301 $260

CRL 302 $260

ECOL 442 $250

ECOL 542 $250

ENTO 612 $50

EXSS 137a $10

EXSS 137c $35

EXSS 137d $35

EXSS 219 $10

GENE 473 $50

GEOS 103 $15

GEOS 104 $15

GEOS 412 $418

GEOS 413 $418

GEOS 536/HWR 536 $25

HUM 295q/ENGL 295q $15

HWR 101a $10

HWR 101b $10

HWR 250 $25

HWR 407 $15

HWR 414 $60

HWR 431 $10

HWR 450L $25

HWR 514 $60

HWR 517L $25

HWR 531 $10

HWR 536/GEOS 536 $25

HWR 550L $25

M AR 110 $50

M AR 210 $50

M AR 241/ART 241 $25

M AR 304 $50

M AR 305 $50

M AR 314 $50

M AR 315 $50

M AR 381 $50

M AR 414 $50

M AR 415 $50

M AR 497a $50

M AR 497c $50

MBIM 612 $50

MCB 473 $50

MCB 612 $50

MEDT 471L $15

MEDT 472L $15

MEDT 473L $15

MEDT 474L $15

MIC 473 $50

MUSI Performance Studies--1/2 hr wk $40

MUSI Performance Studies--1 hr wk $60

PATH 612 $50

PL P 612 $50

PL S 473 $50

PSIO 612 $50

T AR 111 $10

T AR 215 $20

T AR 422 $20

T AR 423 $40

T AR 522 $20

TTE 493a $32

TTE 493b $32

TTE $5

(Initial teacher preparation program application fee)

V SC 612 $50

WS M 461 $150

WS M 561 $150

OTHER FEES RELATED TO REGISTRATION AND SPECIAL SERVICES

ENGLISH PLACEMENT EXAMINATION FEE -- All entering students without previous college-level composition courses are required to take the First-Year Placement Examination. The fee for the examination is $10.

CREDIT-BY-EXAMINATION FEE -- A fee of $21 per unit is charged for all special examinations for credit.

COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION FEE -- The fees for examinations administered under the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) are $47 each for the Subject examinations and $47 for each General examination.

GRADUATE STUDENT FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEST (GSFLT) -- A fee of $17 is charged to take any one foreign language examination. Examinations in French, German, Russian, and Spanish are administered nationally by the Educational Testing Service. The fee is paid to Testing Office in Old Main.

AUDIT FEE -- Fees for audit units are the same as regular credit units, including the nonresident tuition, if applicable.

PHOTO I.D. FEE -- The fee for the original student I.D. card is $5.00. The replacement fee for lost or stolen I.D. cards is $10. Students may obtain replacement cards at the Campus I.D. Center.

TRANSCRIPT FEE -- Students may order copies of their official University of Arizona academic record (transcript) from the Registrar's Office. The fee for regular transcript service is $4 per copy. The fee for immediate service or special handling is $6 per copy. An unofficial copy of the transcript costs $1. These fees are applicable whether the transcript request has been made in person, through the mail or by faxing. Fax fees are $6.00 for the transcript, plus a faxing fee of $3.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page.

Fax transcripts are not official. Unofficial transcripts are not sent through the mail. Transcripts will not be issued for students whose records indicate indebtedness to the University.

BREAKAGE DEPOSIT -- A breakage deposit may be required of each student registered for laboratory work in certain departments. This deposit, less the value of apparatus broken by the student, is returned upon completion of the course.

MUSIC LESSON FEE -- A fee of $40 each semester for one half-hour per week or $60 per semester for a one-hour-per-week private lesson in applied fields of piano, organ, voice, band, or orchestral instrument is charged. A music major registering for more than one weekly lesson will pay a maximum fee of $60 each semester.

MUSIC INSTRUMENT RENTAL -- Students enrolled for individual instruction may rent instruments, if available, for a rental fee each semester.

STUDENT TEACHING FEE -- For those exceptional circumstances when a student teaching placement is approved at a site outside of the Tucson area, the student may be assessed a fee to cover costs of supervision. The fee is dependent upon the requested site.

SEMESTER ACTIVITY FEE FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS -- Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in 6 units or less must pay $17.50 per semester fee in order to qualify for student discount rates to athletic events. This fee is non-refundable. The activity fee approximates the amount full-time students pay to the athletic department via registration fees each semester. Also, students can pay the $17.50 fee each semester, which qualifies a guest to receive the discount ticket rates.

MEAL PLAN (FOOD SERVICE) -- The University of Arizona's food services are provided by the Student Union. Eating locations are primarily located in the Student Union Building, Park Student Center, and satellite facilities located around the campus.

The University of Arizona's All Aboard program is the Student Union's computerized meal plan. It offers students the opportunity to eat at any of the Union's 19 campus restaurants, and over 200 food and beverage vending machines. In addition to the convenience of not having to carry cash, students who participate in the All Aboard Meal Plan are not charged tax on their food purchases. This constitutes a substantial savings on the actual cost of meals. The average female student spends $700-$900 per semester; the average male student spends $900-$1200 per semester.

In addition to the All Aboard Meal Plan students can establish a Pocket Money account that offers the same cash free convenience. Students with Pocket Money accounts are able to access the services of the Fast Copy Center, Gallagher Theatre (movies), University Photo Service, Sam's Place (games room), Student Recreation Center Pro Shop, as well as paying for Residence Hall In-room Phone charges.

All Aboard and Pocket Money accounts are pre-paid (debit card) systems. Students access their accounts by presenting their student identification card. A minimum payment of $25.00 is required to open an account. Monies deposited in an All Aboard account are restricted to the purchase of food and beverages.

REFUNDS OF TUITION AND FEES

APPLIED TO ENCUMBRANCES -- All refunds and deposits that may be due a student will be first applied to encumbrances owed the University. Refunds due will be forfeited unless called for by the last day of the semester.

REFUND SCHEDULE -- The refund schedule begins with the first day of class and applies to weekdays (Mon .- Fri.). Sufficient time must be allowed for final clearance of registration fee payment checks before refunds will be made. Students who withdraw and who are entitled to a refund will be charged a $10 withdrawal fee. The Arizona Financial Aid Trust (AFAT) fee will not be refunded once classes begin. Students receiving financial aid will be refunded in compliance with federal regulations.

REFUND SCHEDULE


Before 1-5 days 6-10 days 11-15 days 16-20 days Thereafter

semester starts

100% 80% 60% 40% 20% none


GRADUATION EXPENSES

DEGREE CANDIDACY APPLICATION FEE -- Every candidate for a baccalaureate or graduate degree is required to pay a nonrefundable fee at the time of filing an application for degree candidacy. Additional fees will be charged for late filing for bachelor's-degree candidacy. Each senior is provided with an official check of remaining degree requirements. A fee will be charged for any additional degree check necessitated by a student's subsequently changing catalog or curriculum. A fee will be charged for duplicate copies. Late applications will not be accepted after the last official day to register for credit for the semester or term immediately preceding the semester or term in which the degree is to be awarded. A degree or diploma will not be issued to any student whose records indicate indebtedness to The University of Arizona.

THESIS OR DISSERTATION PROCESSING FEE -- A fee of $15 is required of each graduate student at the time of submitting the thesis or dissertation.

MICROFILM FEE -- A fee of $65 is charged for microfilming of doctoral dissertations or master's theses.

CAP AND GOWN FEE -- Degree candidates participating in the commencement exercises are required to wear the prescribed academic attire, which may be purchased at the ASUA Bookstore.

RESIDENCE HALL FEES

Residence hall rent must be paid in accord with the Residence Hall License Agreement. A rent prepayment is required for fall applicants within two weeks of assignment notification. Deposits on rooms will not be refunded for cancellations after June 1 preceding the fall semester, nor after December 15 for the second semester.

Rates for single rooms, when available, are 160% per person of the regular rental rate for most resident halls. Consult the Department of Residence Life for further information.

RESIDENCE HALL RATES, EFFECTIVE 1992-931


Entire Fall Spring Spring

Academic Semester Semester Semester

Year Payment Payment ONLY

I. Residence Halls:

Hopi, Sierra $1429.00 $860.00 $569.00 $860.00

Arizona-Sonora, Quad $1679.00 $1015.00 $664.00 $1015.00

Arizona-Sonora, Dbl $2350.00 $1410.00 $940.00 $1410.00

Apache-Santa Cruz $1829.00 $1105.00 $724.00 $1105.00

Graham-Greenlee $1829.00 $1105.00 $724.00 $1105.00

Kaibab-Huachuca $1829.00 $1105.00 $724.00 $1105.00

Manzanita-Mohave $1879.00 $1135.00 $794.00 $1135.00

Babcock, Std Dbl $1879.00 $1135.00 $744.00 $1135.00

Coconino $1929.00 $1165.00 $764.00 $1165.00

Yavapai $1929.00 $1165.00 $764.00 $1165.00

Navajo-Pinal $1929.00 $1165.00 $764.00 $1165.00

Yuma, Maricopa $1979.00 $1195.00 $784.00 $1195.00

Gila, Cochise $1979.00 $1195.00 $784.00 $1195.00

Coronado $2104.00 $1270.00 $834.00 $1270.00

Corleone Apts., 1 br $2179.00 $1315.00 $864.00 $1315.00

Corleone Apts., 2 br $1879.00 $1135.00 $744.00 $1135.00

II. Summer Rates:

Five-Week Session:

Residence Hall, Dbl. $237.00

On-campus Apartment, Quad $244.00

Conference Groups:

Daily and Weekly (over four weeks) rates available on request

III. Christopher City Apartment Rates:

Per month - includes utilities - Open year-round:

Efficiency unfurnished $265.00

Efficiency furnished $295.00

One-bedroom unfurnished $340.00

One-bedroom furnished $375.00

Two-bedroom unfurnished $410.00

Two-bedroom furnished $455.00

Three-bedroom (regular) unfurnished $495.00

Three-bedroom (large) unfurnished $555.00


1Subject to increase for 1993-94 and 1994-95 academic years.

2Rates for single rooms when available: 160% per person of the regular rental rate for most resident halls. Consult the Department of Residence Life for further information.

SUMMARY OF MINIMUM ANNUAL ESTIMATED EXPENSE FOR
FULL-TIME CAMPUS STUDENTS, 1994-95

The Board of Regents reserves the right to change all fees and charges without notice, if necessary. Rates for 1995-96 and 1996-97 were not available at the time of printing of the catalog.

ARIZONA RESIDENTS:


Registration fee $1894.00

($947.00 per semester)

Residence halls, average rate $2150.00

Meals in university cafeteria $2000.00

Books and supplies $600.00

Total minimum annual expense $6644.00


NONRESIDENTS:


Registration fee & tuition $7500.00

($3750.00 per semester)

Residence halls, average rate $2150.00

Meals in university cafeteria $2000.00

Books and supplies $600.00

Total minimum annual expense $12250.00


All students should add to this list incidental personal expenses as needed. The residence hall reservation deposit is $150.

All fees, except residence hall rent and deposit, are due and payable as the final step in the registration procedure. See the current semester's Schedule of Classes for specific billing and payment instructions.

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