Monday, July 15
Spring Creek Campus L257
Orientation type: on campus, open lab
Don’t forget Summer II payment deadline. Summer II Early Registration payment deadline is July 9th at 8 pm. After the Early Registration payment deadline date, any new course enrollment must be paid for on the same date as the enrollment activity. Also, any course dropped by a student after the first day of the term will be refunded at 70 percent or less. Finalize your schedule before the term begins, and pay any balance due by the applicable payment deadline. For more information on payments or refunds, go to http://www.collin.edu/gettingstarted/bursar/index.html.
Your course schedule and your money are both valuable to you, so protect them both.
Make sure you secure your enrollment by paying before the Fall Early Registration payment deadline of July 31, 2013 8:00 p.m. After the Early Registration payment deadline, any new course enrollment for that term must be paid for on the same date as the enrollment.
Students with financial aid or third party funding are responsible for fulfilling all requirements to be eligible for their aid, including course registration status and sufficient funding to cover all charges on the student account. Students with third party funding must provide eligibility documentation for the third party funds to the Bursar/Cashier Office each term.
Before each term begins:
- Make note of payment deadlines and comply with them. You worked hard to select the courses that meet your needs. Pay by deadlines to protect your schedule.
- Verify your courses meet your schedule needs, including the time, campus and level.
- If you need to make changes to your schedule, make those changes before the first day of term.
- If you drop a course after the term begins, the refund for the course will be no more than 70%.
Being prepared to attend the first day of the course increases your success and saves you money. For more information on payments or refunds, go to: http://www.collin.edu/gettingstarted/bursar/index.html
Summer Star Party
Tuesday, July 16
Preston Ridge Campus Quad
Join the Physics Department for a star-gazing session featuring the celestial objects of the summer sky. View the moon, Venus, Saturn, double stars, star clusters, nebulae and more.
Free and open to the public – tell your friends!
Contact Dr. Christian Aars at email@example.com for more information