With summer session I beginning Monday, May 13, students are reminded to check their account information frequently to ensure a smooth transition into their course work.
“It’s a good idea for students to check their accounts frequently,” said Dr. Kaye Patten Wallace, senior vice president for the student experience. “Information updates quickly, sometimes within a few hours, 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. Visit myUT.utoledo.edu for more information.
She offered the following tips to ease students’ transitions into summer classes:
• Use Rocket Solution Central. UT’s team of professionals will walk students through their questions. Call Rocket Solution Central at 419.530.8700 or go to utoledo.edu/rsc/ for details.
• Registration cancellation date to remember: May 8. Keeping current with financial obligations will ensure that students continue smoothly on their education paths. Be aware that on Wednesday, May 8, students who have outstanding balances of $2,000 and have not paid the Installment Payment Plan (IPP) fee and the first IPP payment for summer and previous semesters may experience registration cancellation for summer classes. This means their “seats” in classes, housing, meal plans and parking permits may no longer be available.
An outstanding balance is a student’s account balance for summer and previous terms, minus memo and authorized aid, which is eligible processed aid and scholarship funds. Summer aid request is required if students plan to use any portion of their 2013-14 financial aid for summer 2013 semesters.
For more information about registration cancellation, go to utoledo.edu/offices/treasurer.