Students are encouraged to register for summer courses early and pay their bill immediately; this helps reserve a spot in the courses they wish to take. Colleges and Departments may cancel course offerings with low course enrollments.
The summer term bill will be available starting on April 14. Student summer bills reflect registration for all courses taken during any summer 2014 session (i.e., First Summer, Second Summer, etc.). Bills are due May 13 for courses that you are taking during all summer 2014 sessions. Adding classes after the initial due date will affect student bills. Fees are assessed in real-time upon registration and are due immediately.
Unpaid summer course fees will be assessed a $50 late fee. Students with unpaid balances may have session registrations cancelled.
Cancellation Dates (classes will be cancelled at 12 p.m.):
If you do not plan on attending a summer course for which you are registered, please contact Registration Services before the first day of the class to ensure you will not be liable for all or part of the fees for the associated class.
Log in to iROAR to pay by:
Refunds from excess financial aid or overpayments are generally processed once a week beginning on the first day of class. Direct deposit is the preferred refund method, giving students faster access to funds. Refunds made by check are mailed to the home address. Sign up for direct deposit in the ‘My Bill’ section of iROAR.
Add optional health fee, summer meal plan, or money on Tigerstripe through May 14 on iROAR. After May 14, to add a meal plan or Tigerstripe deposit the student must go to the TigerOne office in the Hendrix Center.