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04/17/12: University of Texas Board of Regents To Consider Proposed Tuition and Fee Increases for 2012-2013 Academic Year in May 2012

Pursuant to state law, The University of Texas System Board of Regents (the Board) is authorized to set tuition. The Board will consider proposed tuition and fee increases at its May 2012 meeting.

The rates in these 2012 – 2013 tuition tables are based on the tuition proposal submitted by UT San Antonio and represent the maximum tuition that could be charged. The tuition rates for the 2012 – 2013 academic year will be finalized after the Board's May action.

Your estimated tuition bill will be available at that time. Assuming you do not make any changes to your registration, this will also be your actual tuition bill. Your registration will not be completed until your tuition bill has been paid by the deadlines established for Fall 2012.

02/06/12: Student Services Fee (SSF) Advisory Committee Meeting on February 22, 2012 at UC 2.01.20 (Oak Room)

The SSF Advisory Committee, established by the Texas Education Code chapter 54.503 shall conduct meetings with a quorum present in a manner that is open to the public to review general expenditures and make recommendations on the type and amount of fee to be charged the following year.

Questions should be directed to the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.

12/12/11: UTSA Credit Card Payment Convenience Fee to Increase on January 1

Effective January 1, 2012, the UTSA credit card payment convenience fee will increase from 1.855 percent to 2 percent. This increase — the first since November 2003 — reflects the current amount UTSA pays for fees imposed by credit card companies.

All credit card payments that are processed through Enrollment Services or Fiscal Services (including departmental credit card payments) and all online tuition and fee payments will include the increased fee as of January 1, 2012.

This fee will not affect departments that accept and process credit card payments online (with a third party vendor) or through a dedicated credit card machine whether or not the fee is charged to cardholders. However, if a department does charge a fee to their customers for the use of a credit card for payment, they can charge the increased fee as of the effective date. If a department is not currently charging the convenience fee to cardholders, there is no requirement to do so.

All related departmental forms will be updated and Fiscal Services will monitor departmental credit card deposits after January 1 to ensure the proper convenience fees are applied.

For more information, see the Fiscal Services Credit Card Payment Policy or contact Associate Bursar Stacie Garza at (210)458-7959. Departments that accept credit card payments may also review Credit Card Related Fees, a section of the Cash Handling and Management Financial Management Operational Guideline (FMOG) for more information.


Installment plans are available for the Fall/Spring semesters only. See Payment Information for more information.

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