Nonpayment of Debts
Students who fail to pay full tuition, fees, and charges, including late fees, on the due date are subject to one or more of the following actions at the University’s option:
- denial of readmission, including further registration
- withholding of official transcripts
- withholding a degree to which the student would otherwise be entitled
- withholding of grades
- all penalties and actions authorized by law.
When a student has any of the above actions against his or her record, it is the student’s responsibility to clear any obligations with UTSA and see that the Office of the Registrar is notified. No further services of the University will be provided until all obligations are cleared. UTSA reserves the right to deduct from the refund any outstanding financial obligations owed to the University.
A student who pays tuition, fees, and charges with a check (presented in-person or electronically) that is not subsequently honored by a bank and the fault is not that of the bank, and who does not make payment within 15 days, may be withdrawn from the University by the Registrar for nonpayment of tuition and fees.