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Table of Contents


1. The University

2. Admission

3. Registration, Fees, and Deposits

4. Academic Policies and Procedures

5. Student Affairs

6. Libraries and Other Academic Resources

7. The Texas Exes


A. Residency Regulations

B. Official Extracurricular Student Activities

C. Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities

D. Policy on Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

E. Policy on Sexual Misconduct

F. Prohibition of Hazing

G. Policy on AIDS and HIV Infection

H. Prohibition of Sexual Assault

I. Nondiscrimination Policy

J. Prohibition of Campus Violence

K. Student Travel Policy for University-Organized or Sponsored Events

L. Student Travel Policy for Registered Student Organizations

M. Rules of Conduct for Students for Protecting the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers

N. Use of E-mail for Official Correspondence to Students


Statistical Summaries

 

    

3. Registration, Fees, and Deposits

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Optional Fees

Students who select optional fees for the fall semester must pay the academic year fee. The spring semester fee is available only during the spring semester.

The Analecta fee of $10 entitles the student to a copy of the literary journal published by the College of Liberal Arts and the Liberal Arts Council.

The Cactus fee of $75 entitles the student to a copy of the University yearbook.

The Department of Theatre and Dance fee entitles the student to a specified number of tickets to major season productions at no additional cost as long as tickets are available. The fee is $30 for the academic year or $15 for the spring semester.

The Longhorn All-Sports Package allows a student to draw one ticket to regular-season home events for men and women in intercollegiate baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field, and volleyball, and one discounted ticket to the Texas-Oklahoma football game. The fee is $70 for the academic year or $35 for the spring semester.

The Longhorn All-Sports Package for dependents is available only to the spouses and children of students, faculty members, and staff members who have paid the corresponding optional fee. The fee of $83 for the academic year or $41.50 for the spring semester allows the purchaser to draw one ticket to the events listed in the preceding paragraph.

A C or M parking permit purchased in the fall semester enables the student to park in any appropriately designated lot or area for the academic year; a permit purchased in the spring is valid through the summer session. The fees for a C (automobile) permit are $100 for the academic year, $67 for the spring semester, and $26 for the summer session; the fees for an M (motorcycle) permit are $60 for the academic year, $40 for the spring semester, and $15 for the summer session.

The Performing Arts Center/Tix for Six fee enables a student to purchase tickets for professional touring events presented by the Performing Arts Center at a price discounted 10 to 50 percent, as long as tickets are available. The fee is $30 for the academic year or $15 for the spring semester.

The Student Speaker Series fee of $2 a semester supports the Student Endowed Centennial Lectureship. The endowment is used to bring speakers to the University to lecture, teach, or meet with students.

Rules for Use of the ID Card for Purchasers of the Longhorn All-Sports Package

Purchase of the Longhorn All-Sports Package implies agreement to abide by the following rules.

  1. The fee is valid only for the original purchaser and is nontransferable. Penalties for presentation of an ID by anyone other than the owner, or other misuse, are described in paragraphs 7 and 8 below. Other proof of identification may be required when the ID is presented.

  2. The identification card is void if mutilated or altered. A mutilated card may be replaced on return of remnants of the original card and payment of the appropriate replacement fee. A lost student, faculty, or staff card may be replaced upon payment of the appropriate fee. A lost dependent ID card indicating payment of the fee may not be replaced, but a second fee may be purchased upon signing an affidavit of loss.

  3. Purchase of the Longhorn All-Sports Package entitles the owner to the services described above. Purchasers of the optional dependent fee may participate in student drawings for event tickets. If an improper ticket is presented with an ID card, admission will be refused.

  4. Special admission rates may be available to fee purchasers for reserved seats. No guarantee is made as to the availability of such admissions.

  5. Admission will be granted only on presentation of the identification card and event ticket or, where appropriate, the identification card only.

  6. The fee is valid throughout the long session for which it was purchased. A refund is available only on termination of enrollment or employment with the University or, in the case of the dependent fee, the termination of enrollment or employment with the University by the owner's spouse or parent. All refunds will be prorated based upon the face value of tickets already drawn.

  7. Presentation of an identification card by anyone other than the owner, or other misuse, may result in confiscation and forfeiture of fee privileges.

  8. Fraudulent use of an identification card may result in disciplinary action or prosecution of the guilty parties.

  9. The replacement fee for an identification card that has been confiscated because of misuse is $10.00 plus the amount of the original fee, or $10.00 if the owner surrenders the right to fee privileges.

  10. The replacement fee for an identification card that has been confiscated because of misuse is $10.00 if the identification card did not reflect payment of the optional fee.

 


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General Information
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - The University
Chapter 2 - Admission
Chapter 3 - Registration, Fees, and Deposits
Chapter 4 - Academic Policies and Procedures
Chapter 5 - Student Affairs
Chapter 6 - Libraries and Other Academic Resources
Chapter 7 - The Texas Exes
Appendix A - Residency Regulations
Appendix B - Official Extracurricular Student Activities
Appendix C - Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities
Appendix D - Policy on Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
Appendix E - Policy on Sexual Misconduct
Appendix F - Prohibition of Hazing
Appendix G - Policy on AIDS and HIV Infection
Appendix H - Prohibition of Sexual Assault
Appendix I - Nondiscrimination Policy
Appendix J - Prohibition of Campus Violence
Appendix K - Student Travel Policy for University-Organized or Sponsored Events
Appendix L - Student Travel Policy for Registered Student Organizations
Appendix M - Rules of Conduct for Students for Protecting the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers
Appendix N - Use of E-mail for Official Correspondence to Students
Statistical Summaries

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17 August 2004. Office of the Registrar

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