Refunds & Reimbursements

Cross Campus Reimbursements

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  • Commuter Meal Plan

    You will receive a refund for any unused funds as of March 21. Refunds will take up to 30 days from March 21 to complete.

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  • Parking Permits

    Permits - Permit holders will not be expected to pay for parking while the university is in remote status. Reimbursements and suspension of payroll deduction are occurring, and no further action is required. The increased demand on the university accounting department during this time may result in reimbursements issued slower than the usual estimated four-week period. We understand the importance of getting funds back to our customers and are working diligently to make this happen as quickly as possible. For more information, see Permit Reimbursements For University Remote Status.

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  • Recreational Sports

    We understand that with the closures and program cancellations, you may have questions about refunds for memberships, services and activities that you have purchased for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.

    Our staff is working diligently on issuing those refunds and you can expect to receive direct email communication confirming your refund in the coming days. Thank you for your continued patience throughout this process!

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  • Room and Board
    • You will receive a prorated adjustment for your room and board cost posted to your student account.
    • Refunds will vary from student to student based on room type.
    • The refund includes a prorated reimbursement of the meal plan.
    • Students’ refunds will not be affected by when they come to get their belongings.
    • Refunds will take up to 30 business days from March 21 to complete. Please enroll in direct deposit or update your bank information here.


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  • Tuition

    The UT System administration has advised all UT institutions across Texas that there will be no reimbursement of tuition in the spring 2020 semester since coursework and instruction are continuing, and students who complete the courses will earn their full credit. UT System reviewed the state education code in making this determination.