Spring 2023 Bills

Spring 2023 bills are available, and payment is required no later than noon on February 6th in order to secure your Spring semester schedule. Students planning to enroll in a payment plan to secure their schedules, must be enrolled prior to January 20th when the payment plan closes. Fall 2022 bills and all prior term bills are now due in full.

If your schedule is not secure for the semester, dining dollars and other privileges will not activate until your payment arrangements have been completed and your schedule is subject to cancellation.

We strongly encourage you to make any required payment electronically; and for any refunds, make sure that you have set up an electronic refund account within your student financial account. Payments by electronic check are free.

Schedule Hold Request Process

Current students registered for an upcoming or current term, can request a financial schedule hold to allow them more time to pay their bill and prevent cancellation of their class schedule. At this time, only the student may complete the form and request a hold. Upon submission of this form, the request will be reviewed, and the student will receive an email notification (to the @crimson.ua.edu email address) of the decision. To ensure adequate time for review, the hold must be requested at least one business day prior to the bill due date.

The schedule hold request form is no longer active for the Spring term.

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Changes in Format or Schedule

In the interest of your health and safety and that of all UA students, faculty, staff, the University reserves the right to change the mode of instruction or schedule of delivery of instruction at any time, in its sole discretion, based upon prevailing public health and other guidance. This could include the transition from our planned methods of delivery including on-campus, hybrid, and remote classes and experiences to – if circumstances warrant – the exclusive provision of University services, classes, and other instruction or experiences on a remote basis, as practicable, or on an alternative schedule.

We are committed to maintaining the delivery of instruction to allow students to continue their education with minimal disruption, but the University cannot guarantee or promise to provide a specific mode of delivery of services, classes, instruction, or experiences, or that the mode of delivery will not change during the semester.  While the method of delivery may change, educational instruction and opportunities will continue. As such, the University will not provide any refund of tuition, in whole or in-part, based on a change in the mode of instruction or schedule of delivery of any services, classes or other instruction or experiences.

COVID-19 News

For the most recent updates regarding UA’s COVID-19 strategy, please visit healthinfo.ua.edu.

 

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