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A deposit of $100 is required to reserve a campus apartment or to be placed on the waiting list for a campus apartment.

These deposits become security deposits when the student moves in.

LATE REGISTRATION. A student who registers the first day of class or later pays a late registration fee of $20.

MUSIC LESSONS, PRIVATE. For private lessons in individual performance, a stu- dent pays $50 for each semester hour credit.

NONRESIDENT. A student who is a nonresident of Mississippi as determined by the policy of the Board of Trustees, State Institutions of Higher Learning pays $2,137 at the beginning of each semester in addition to all other fees. A part-time non-resident student pays at the rate of $382 per semester hour.

PART-TIME STUDENT. A part-time on-campus graduate student who schedules less than 9 semester hours pays at the rate of $144 per semester hour. A part-time student may purchase an activities card on a semester-by-semester basis at a cost of $125 per semester ($62.50 for each summer term). This card entitles the holder to the use of all University facilities and admission to University sponsored events, such as athletic events, programs, and concerts. The student’s spouse may be included for an additional $25 per year; the student’s immediate family for $40 per year.

TRANSCRIPT OF CREDIT. The first official transcript of credit is furnished free of charge. A second copy will cost $4 and each additional copy $3 at that time.

REFUND POLICY

REFUND OF FEES. The term “refund” is defined as a reduction of total charges resulting from withdrawal or drop below full-time. A student who officially with- draws from the university, a full-time student who drops below 12 undergraduate hours or 9 graduate hours, or a part-time student who drops a class may obtain a

refund of University Fees and certain Special Fees as follows:

1st day of classes through 5th day............................................................100% 6th day of classes through 10th day............................................................80% 11th day of classes through 15th day..........................................................60% 16th day of classes through 20th day..........................................................40% 21st day of classes through end of semester..................................................0%

The effective date of withdrawal for refund purposes and the return of Federal Financial Aid funds (see below) is the date on which the student begins the offi- cial withdrawal process. For unofficial withdrawals, the date becomes the mid- point of the semester, unless the university can document a later date of atten- dance.

Notice of withdrawal, cancellation, and request for refund by a student must be made in writing addressed to the University Registrar, with a copy filed with the University Bursar’s Office. Any refund due the student at the time of withdrawal will be processed within three weeks.

Return of Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) Funds. Unearned Title IV loan funds must be returned to the Title IV programs upon a recipient’s withdrawal from school at any time during the first 60% of the semester. Refunds for these students

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