Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Late/Registration Related Fees FAQs

 

Why was I charged a $100 late registration fee?

The university assessed a late registration fee because your initial course registration for the term occurred during the late registration period. Please review the academic calendar online at http://www.registrar.sdes.ucf.edu/ to obtain the registration dates along with other important dates.

Why was I charged a $100 late payment fee?

If your tuition was not paid or deferred by the payment deadline date, a $100 late payment fee was assessed to your account. Please review the academic calendar each semester http://www.registrar.sdes.ucf.edu/ to obtain the payment deadline date along with other important dates. You may also review your Fee Invoice for your tuition due date.

Can I petition late payment or late registration fees?

You may petition late payment or late registration fees by submitting a completed Fee Appeals Committee Petition form, along with supporting documents, to Student Account Services. The Fee Appeals Committee will review your case, and a decision will be sent via email within 7 to 10 business days from the date the petition is reviewed. You may obtain the form at https://studentaccounts.ucf.edu/forms/.

If I submitted the Fee Appeals Committee Petition form, do I need to pay the late payment or late registration fees while I wait for a decision?

Submitting the form does not guarantee approval. Please make a payment. If the appeal is approved, a refund will be issued.