Guaranteed Tuition Program FAQs
What is the Guaranteed Tuition Program?
What is the purpose and benefit of the Guaranteed Tuition Program?
Who qualifies for the Guaranteed Tuition Program?
Do I have to sign up for the Guaranteed Tuition Program if I am an incoming freshman or transfer student?
I’m already a student at the UA main campus; am I eligible for the Guaranteed Tuition Program?
If I’m already a UA student and opt-in, how many semesters of the Guaranteed Tuition Program do I get?
Students who elect to opt-in will receive the Guaranteed Tuition Program through their eighth semester of total enrollment at the UA starting with the Fall 2014 term.
Students who opt-in will be charged the difference between the Guaranteed Tuition Program and the Non- Guaranteed Tuition Program rate they were charged for both Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.
In semesters nine and ten they will pay the 2015/16 Guaranteed Tuition Program rate. Starting the eleventh semester these students will pay the current non-Guaranteed Tuition Program rate. If a student decides to cancel their “opt-in”, he or she needs to contact the Registrar’s Office before the close of business on 8/21/15. Once again, the Guaranteed Tuition Program is the University of Arizona’s only tuition rate for new undergraduate UA Main Campus students.
What if the first time I enroll is in the spring semester?
What if I need more than eight (8) semesters to complete my degree?
What if I need more than ten (10) semesters to complete my degree?
What if I am a part-time degree-seeking student?
What if I am a non-degree-seeking student (part-time or full-time)?
What if I start at the University of Arizona as a part-time degree-seeking student and then enroll full-time?
Does the Guaranteed Tuition Program include classes in the summer sessions or winter term?
What is the tuition rate for students who enroll and attend University of Arizona for the first time during the summer or winter?
I’m currently enrolled in high school but am taking University of Arizona courses. Does the Guaranteed Tuition Program rate apply to me?
I am an undergraduate international student. Does the Guaranteed Tuition Program apply to me?
What if I need to take one regular (fall or spring) semester off for any reason?
What if I need to take more than one semester off for any reason?
What if I leave and need to be readmitted to the University of Arizona?
What if I begin as an UA South student and then switch to the UA Main campus?
What if I am academically disqualified?
What if I need to withdraw from all my courses for a semester?
Are transfer students eligible for eight consecutive semesters at the Guaranteed Tuition Program tuition rate?
How does participation in study abroad or National Student Exchange affect someone paying the Guaranteed Tuition Program rate?
Students participating in National Student Exchange or UA Study Abroad with enrollment through the University of Arizona will retain their original Guaranteed Tuition Program rate. However, the semesters in which you are enrolled in these programs count toward your eight semester total.
Students who complete two or more consecutive regular semesters of exchange or study abroad by enrolling through an institution other than the University of Arizona will lose their original Guaranteed Tuition Program rate and will be placed into the prevailing Guaranteed Tuition Program rate in effect at the time of their return to the UA main campus. Students pursuing this course of study should work with an academic advisor to explore an Undergraduate Leave of Absence.
What if I have applied to graduate, but do not actually graduate until a later semester? What happens to my Guaranteed Tuition Program status?
How does this affect my scholarship?
What if I have additional questions?
The Registrar's Office can answer questions about your eligibility for Guaranteed Tuition. Contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com.
The Bursar's Office can assist you with questions regarding Guaranteed Tuition costs or payments. Contact the Bursar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com.