Cancellation of Registration
Cancellation of a student's registration occurs under the following circumstances:
Failure to Pay Tuition and Fees by Stated Deadlines
Payment of bills for the Fall and Spring Semesters must be made in the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office, 151 Mossman Building, by the deadline dates set by the University Registrar and published in the semester Schedule of Courses booklets. The deadline dates are also set forth in the instructions mailed to students with their bills. Payments not received by these dates will result in the cancellation of registration. It is the student's responsibility to verify that Financial Aid awards are in order or to make other payment arrangements with the Cashiers and Students Accounts Office.
Students should contact the Cashiers and Student Accounts Office (336/334-5831) with any questions about tuition and fees or the payment process. Also see Late Registration Fee.
Failure to Provide Immunization Records
Students who have been admitted to UNCG are required by North Carolina State law to submit an immunization form with appropriate verification of immunizations. This form is supplied by the admitting office and must be satisfactorily completed and returned to Gove Student Health Center.
Failure to comply with this requirement within thirty calendar days from the first day of registration will result in the student's being administratively withdrawn from the University.
Once dropped from the University, the student must re-apply for admission should he or she wish to return the following semester or any time thereafter.
This requirement applies to all students, regardless of whether they are part-time or full-time. Students subjected to an administrative withdrawal for failure to comply with medical clearance requirements are entitled to a refund, subject to the guidelines of the University's Refund Policy.