Graduating seniors may be eligible for a tuition rebate of up to $1,000 at graduation if they have attempted no more than three semester hours beyond the minimum number of hours required for the degree. Since calculating attempted hours is complex, we recommend that ALL graduating seniors who are Texas residents fill out the application.
An eligible student should submit a Tuition Rebate Application to the College of Liberal Arts Student Division in GEB 2.200 in the same semester the student files an application for graduation.
Applications are available in the Liberal Arts Student Division office or you may print an application after downloading it using the link below.
Tuition rebates may be reduced by the amount of any outstanding student loan owed to or guaranteed by the State of Texas.
The application must be submitted by the official date of graduation. Tuition Rebate forms may be submitted by mail, overnight carrier, fax, e-mail, or by hand to Linda Nemec in the Liberal Arts Student Division in GEB 2.200.
If mailing or sending by overnight carrier, the address is:
The University of Texas at Austin
College of Liberal Arts, Student Division
ATTN: Linda Nemec
116 Inner Campus Dr./Stop G6100
Austin, TX 78712-1258
If faxing, the number is 512-471-5393. If e-mailing, signed forms may be scanned and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please call 512-471-4271.
Spring 2015 graduates – May 23, 2015
Summer 2015 graduates – August 17, 2015
Fall 2015 graduates – December 19, 2015
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Students desiring to qualify for a tuition rebate are solely responsible for enrolling only in courses that will qualify them for the rebate.
A student will be eligible for a partial rebate of their undergraduate tuition if ALL the following criteria are met:
1 Courses dropped for reasons that are determined by the institution to be totally beyond the control of the student shall not be counted.
2 Transfer work that was taken during high school (dual credit) shall not be counted.
3 The first nine (9) hours earned by examination (that is, credit earned on the basis of AP courses, CLEP or credit granted for high SAT or ACT scores) shall not be counted.
4 The first nine (9) hours earned through study abroad shall not be counted.