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UD Fees

UD Services Fee

All University Division students are assessed a UD services fee. Freshmen and sophomores are charged $26.79 per term and juniors and seniors are charged $53.56 per term. This fee is assessed for each term you are enrolled through University Division and will appear on the bursar account statement soon after the end of the first week of classes. This fee helps to support all University Division programs and services including Academic Advising, workshops, group meetings, etc.

You will remain in UD until you actually officially certify into your major. Declaring your major does not mean that you have entered the school for your major. Once you certify into a new school you will no longer be assessed the UD fee. To find out more about the requirements to enter your major go to the Entering a School and Major page.

**If you are designated as a Direct Admit to Education, please know that this is a special program that allows you to be eligible to receive certain financial aid from the School of Education, as well as other services (including advising), but it does not mean you are officially in the School of Education. You must still complete all admission requirements to the School of Education and be admitted to the Teacher Education Program just as any other pre-Education UD student. You are therefore still assessed the UD services fee.

This is a mandatory fee even if you do not utilize the services offered.

UD Probation Fee

All University Division Students on Academic Probation are assessed a $50 UD Probation fee. This fee will appear on the bursar account statement approximately 4 to 5 weeks into the term. This fee helps to support the additional processing and programming that supports at-risk students in their endeavor to return to Academic Good Standing.