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What happens if a Non-Resident Tuition Waiver Requests is submitted late?

Non-resident tuition waiver requests received after the 12th class day in a regular fall/spring term or after the 4th class day in a summer term are considered late. To still be considered for a non-resident tuition waiver after the deadline, the student or employing department must: • Submit the non-resident tuition waiver request form to the Graduate & Professional School. • Include a copy of the job details screen in Workday verifying employment in an eligible title code. • Include a memo from the employing department stating the reason the waiver is being submitted late. These documents are required for all late fall, spring and summer non-resident tuition waiver requests. If you have any more questions, please take a look at our help page.

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