Students: Dates to remember for summer sessions

March 26, 2013 | UToday
By Kim Goodin

It may seem like spring break just ended, but students are reminded to keep some important dates in mind if they’ve registered for summer classes.

Summer session I will begin Monday, May 13, but students should ensure their accounts are in order before the first day of class.

“Our students should check their accounts frequently,” said Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace, senior vice president for the student experience. “Information can update quickly, sometimes daily, especially with scholarship and other financial details, so it’s best for them to check their accounts a couple times a week.”

Patten Wallace said it’s convenient and simple for students to monitor their financial information using the myUT portal. Just log in for more information.

Students also should remember the following as summer semester I approaches:

Use Rocket Solution Central. A team of UT professionals will walk you through your questions. Call Rocket Solution Central at 419.530.8700 or go to for details.

Remember registration cancellation dates: Tuesday, April 2, and Wednesday, May 8. Keeping current with your financial obligations will ensure that you continue smoothly on your education path. Please be aware that, as of Tuesday, April 2, students who have overall balances of $500 or more for spring and previous semesters will experience registration cancellation for summer 2013. This means your “seat” in classes, housing, meal plans and parking permits will no longer be available until your balance has been paid in full.

Registration cancellation will occur again Wednesday, May 8, for students who have not made payment arrangements for their summer and previous semesters balances and for those who have not made first installment payments on their summer 2013 Installment Payment Plans.

For more information about registration cancellation, click here.

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