Office of the Graduate School

Tuition, Fees & Expenses

Fees, Expenses, and Financial Aid for 2014-2015

The following fees apply to full-time students enrolled during the fall or spring term for nine or more credit hours:

Mississippi Resident Non-resident of Mississippi or International
FULL TIME*
(fall or spring semester)
$3,520.00 $9,189.00
PART TIME
(per hour, no more than 8 hours)
$391.50 $1,021.50

University reserves the right, subject to order of the Board of Trustees, to raise, lower, or modify without notice any of the above fees for the 2013-2014 session.

The following fees apply to tutorial students:

A. Definition: A tutorial student is one who does not attend regular classes but is working on a definite course or a problem under the tutorship of a regular University staff member.

B. Fee: A tutorial student will pay the rates identified for part-time students for courses scheduled.

Fees for Courses Audited - A person not registered in the University as a regular student may audit a course by paying the rates identified for part-time students for each credit hour the course carries. The same University policy governing the payment and refund of fees for regular enrollment also applies to students in an audit status.

Laboratory Fees - Additional fees for laboratory usage and supplies may be charged by some departments.

Schedule Change Fees - Any change in class schedules after the last day to register for classes (See the Academic Calendar in the front of this publication for specific dates) will incur a change of schedule fee. The fee is $50.00. The charge is assessed each time an Add/Drop Form is presented to the Registrar's office after the last day to register; the Add/Drop Form is required for adding a course, dropping a course, or changing sections of a course. Schedule change fees are waived in the event of a change required by administrative action of the University. Schedule changes made after initial registration and payment of fees may generate additional charges to students. Such additional charges are subject to the same payment schedules and penalties as the initial charges, and additional charges should be paid promptly to avoid service fees.

Thesis/Dissertation Fees - Copyrighting the thesis/dissertation is optional. The fee is $55.00. The Library will provide the student with the necessary processing materials. Each student submitting a thesis or dissertation should seriously consider copyrighting his/her material. Additionally, students may request open access for their document for an additional $95.00. All applicable fees will be assessed to the student's account.

Copyrighting the thesis/dissertation is optional. The fee is $55.00. The Library will provide the student with the necessary processing materials. Each student submitting a thesis or dissertation should seriously consider copyrighting his/her material. All applicable fees will be assessed to the student's account.

Student Accounts - A financial record for each student is kept in the Account Services Office in Garner Hall. The information is considered confidential; however, the records of students will be available for examination by authorized representatives of the government. To view your billing statement, navigate to the MSU myState web page at https://my.msstate.edu , enter your NetID and NetPassword, select the Banner tab, look under the Personal Information column on the right-hand side, then select VIEW YOUR BILLING STATEMENT.

Application Fee - All applicants, domestic and international, must submit a $60.00 application fee to the Office of Graduate School at the time application is made. An application fee is required for each application submitted. The application fee rate is subject to change at any time. Please check the Office of the Graduate School web site to verify the fee and application deadlines.

International Student Charges - All international students are assessed an Administrative Programming fee of $100.00 each fall, spring, and summer term. Sponsored international students whose programs of study are administered through the International Services Office are assessed an additional fee of $200.00 each fall, spring, and summer term. Health insurance for international students will be assessed at the prevailing rate for the fall semester and for the spring/summer semester. Detailed international admissions health requirements are available from the International Services Office's web site at http://www.admissions.msstate.edu/international/apply/insurance.php.

Sponsored International Student Charges - The International Services Office will administer the programs of study for international students who receive all or most of their financial support in the form of scholarships, grants, or awards from U.S. government agencies, foreign government agencies, private and/or international agencies, or foreign employers, and students whose financial support is administered by foreign embassies and third-party billed by Mississippi State University, assessing a fee of $200 each fall, spring and summer term.

Tuition Exemptions

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Employees - Mississippi State University regular benefits eligible employees (50% time or greater and whose positions are expected to be active for more than four and one-half months) are eligible to have tuition remitted for up to six (6) undergraduate or graduate credit hours per semester (fall, spring, or *summer) with a maximum of eighteen (18) credit hours per calendar year. Employees are responsible for certain required fees. Employees are eligible for this benefit on the first day of their regular employment provided the employment began on or before the last day to add courses. Employees who are adjunct or temporary status are not eligible for the Tuition Remission Program.

Veteran, Service-Member, Dependent, Spouse, Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

  • Award:Veteran and service member waiver is 100% of the non-resident tuition; Dependent waiver is 50% of the non-resident portion of tuition.
  • The veteran/service member shall complete and submit the following documentation:
    • The Veteran, Service Member, Dependent Non-Resident Tuition Waiver Request PDF here.
    • DD214 or NGB22 or
    • Proof of current service or
    • Other documentation as required
  • Dependents shall complete and submit the following documentation:
    • The Veteran, Service Member, Dependent Non-Resident Tuition Waiver Request PDF here.
    • Documentation applicable to veteran status verification
    • Dependency verification documentation
  • Return application and all documentation to the Center for America's Veterans, 126 Magruder Street, Miss. State, MS 39762

Senior Citizens - Senior citizens (65 or over) may take courses without paying tuition and required fees, although registration is on a space-available basis and must be completed after classes begin.

Out-of-State (non-resident) Tuition/Fee Exemption Scholarships - (Ref: Legal Resident Status)

Alumni Non-resident Exemption - Graduate students who are sons or daughters of an alumnus or alumna who earned a minimum of 48 semester hours of credit or a degree from Mississippi State University and who have not received other tuition waivers are eligible for a waiver of 50 percent of non-resident tuition. Both a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA and completion of at least nine hours of coursework each fall and spring semester are required for renewal of the waiver and are monitored at the end of each fall term. Less than a 3.00 cumulative GPA and/or less than nine hours completed during fall/spring semesters will result in the permanent loss of the out-of-state tuition waiver.

Academic Common Market - Academic Common Market out-of-state tuition waivers are available for specific academic programs for students from certain states. Application must be made first with the awarding state. The student must be a legal resident of that state and approved for a specific major at MSU. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply. A qualified student must maintain full time status. The waiver is 100 percent of out-of-state tuition and will remain at this level unless the student's field of study changes or a student no longer has full time status. To be eligible for the non-resident waiver during the first semester of enrollment, applications and resident verification must be submitted to and approved by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs prior to the first day of class. For more information about submission and deadlines, please contact that office at 662-325-3742. Students seeking information on the Academic Common Market waiver should contact to the Academic Common Market at the Southern Regional Education Board, 592 10th Street NW, Atlanta , GA30318-5776 or access the Southern Regional Education Board website at www.sreb.org/acm.asp.

Unpaid Balances from Previous Semesters - Any outstanding and past due amounts owed to the University must be paid in full before a student may register for additional courses. All payments received on student accounts will be applied to charges in the same order in which the charges were incurred. A student who has a hold on his/her record because of an overdue account may not receive a transcript or a diploma until the account is cleared.

Student Activities - All students by payment of tuition and required fees are eligible for use of facilities, participation in intramural sports, admission to intercollegiate athletic events, the student newspaper, student health services, and other benefits.

Billing - Billing information is generated by the 15th of each month and monthly email statements are sent out to the Official MSU Email Address (or the link provided by the student) and the statement is available via the University's myState portal at https://my.msstate.edu. All account information is continuously available in the OnCampus Portal under student account detail. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain current email addresses in order for the statement to reach the proper mailbox.

Attorney and Collection Fees - The account of a student who does not pay fees by the end of the term may be turned over to an outside collection agency for assistance in collecting. The prevailing collection cost rate will be added to the amount owed by the student to cover the collection agency cost. If an attorney's services are needed to collect an unpaid balance, the student will be responsible for payment of the attorney's fees, plus all court and other collection cost incurred.

Housing Fees - Information pertaining to housing may be obtained by contacting the Department of Housing and Residence Life, P.O. Box 9502 , Herbert Hall, Mississippi State, MS 39762, telephone 662-325-3555, or by e-mail at housing@saffairs.msstate.edu.

Other Fees - Fees which may be incurred by students include Student Identification Card Replacement Fee which is $30.00.

Summer Session Fees

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Mississippi State University conducts a summer school in which graduate students will find programs of interest. Tuition and fees are paid by the hour for summer enrollments. Resident students will pay $370.75 per credit hour. Non-resident and international students will pay $936.75 per credit hour. Summer school fees are available online at www.controller.msstate.edu/sas/account.htm.

Payment, Deferral, and Refunds

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Payment of Fees by Students Receiving Financial Aid or Scholarships - A student who receives a scholarship or need-based financial aid from the University is expected to use the financial aid or scholarship award to complete payment of tuition and required fees. The remaining balance of scholarship and financial aid funds is available to be used for other educational expenses only after tuition and fees have been paid. A "Memo" balance of Financial Aid on a student's statement may not prevent service fees after the first billing for the term. Only timely filing of a student's Financial Aid will assure a timely disbursement to prevent service fees.

Student Obligation - The account of a student who does not pay the fees by the end of the term may be turned over to an outside collection agency for assistance in collecting. The prevailing collection cost rate will be added to the amount owed by the student to cover the collection agency cost. If an attorney's services are needed to collect an unpaid balance, the student will be responsible for payment of the attorney's fees, plus all court and other collection cost incurred.

Payment Terms and Conditions - The account balance is due and payable 25 days from billing. Due dates are the 9th of each month. A service charge will be assessed at the rate of 1.5% on outstanding charges unpaid more than 25 days from billing date. While it is acceptable to make partial payments, a student is encouraged to make payment in full by due date to avoid this monthly service fee assessment and past due holds. Prior term charges must be paid in full before a student will be eligible to register for a new term. A student is responsible for payment of all tuition and fee charges unless the student either CANCELS HIS/HER SCHEDULE OR WITHDRAWS FROM SCHOOL. See section on withdrawals and refunds for details. Failure to take appropriate withdrawal action can result in significant payment obligations. The maximum penalty allowed by law will be charged for any check returned by the student's bank for any reason. IT IS THE STUDENT'S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SURE HIS OR HER ADDRESS IS CORRECT FOR ANY NEEDED CORRESPONDENCE. For other information concerning a student's account or payment requirements, please call Account Services at 662-325-2071.

Refunds of Tuition and Fees

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Refund for Dropping - A student who reduce his or her course load during a semester to a level which results in a reduction in tuition and fees may receive a 100 percent refund for the courses dropped until the 5th day of classes. After the 5th class day, no refunds are made for individual courses dropped.

Drops for all summer terms are refunded at 100 percent during the first class day. After the first class day, no refunds are made for individual courses dropped.

Unpaid Balances from Previous Semesters - Any outstanding and past due amounts owed to the University must be paid in full before a student may register for additional courses. All payments received on student accounts will be applied to charges in the same order in which the charges were incurred. A student who has a hold on his/her record because of an overdue account may not receive a transcript or a diploma until the account is cleared.

Student Activities - All students by payment of tuition and required fees are eligible for use of facilities, participation in intramural sports, admission to intercollegiate athletic events, the student newspaper, student health services and other benefits.

Billing - Billing information is generated by the 15th of each month and monthly email statements are sent out to the Official MSU Email Address (or the link provided by the student) and the statement is available via the University's myState portal at https://my.msstate.edu. All account information is continuously available in the OnCampus Portal under student account detail. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain current email addresses in order for the statement to reach the proper mailbox.

Refund for Withdrawal from the University - Tuition and most fees may be refunded according to the schedule on the Mississippi State University Academic Calendar to students who formally withdraw from the University. Visit http://www.registrar.msstate.edu/Policies/RefundSchedule.pdf for this information.

The administrative authorities of the University will withhold the credits and readmission of any student who fails to pay all of his/her financial obligations to the University by the end of each semester and/or at the time of withdrawal.

A student's records may be cleared and credits released when the indebtedness is paid in full. The respective University department or agency will notify the University Registrar when the indebtedness has been paid.

Assistantships

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Graduate research, teaching, and service assistantships are available on an annual or nine-month basis. Individual academic and non-academic departments/units are responsible for making the assistantship award, establishing the amount of the stipend and work schedule, and monitoring the performance of the graduate assistant's duties and responsibilities. A graduate assistant's work schedule is a maximum of 20 hours per week. The minimum stipend rate is $600.00 per month.

Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA) - Many of the University's academic, research, and administrative offices employ Graduate Research Assistants. This opportunity provides an excellent means for students to learn new techniques and methods as well as expand their knowledge by association with research-oriented responsibilities, whether employed by a unit within the student's academic discipline or in another department. Duties and stipends vary from program to program and are dependent upon the nature of assigned duties.

Graduate Service Assistantship (GSA) - Graduate Services Assistant is the title given to students employed to aid faculty and staff members with administrative functions within a unit. Many academic and non-academic unit service assistantships are available. Duties vary, depending on administrative needs of the unit making the award. Stipends vary according to the nature of assigned duties.

IRS Code states that graduate students who are hired in non-teaching/non-research assistantships can receive non-taxed tuition remission of $5,250.00 per calendar year at MSU; these assistantships are titled Graduate Service Assistants. Amounts in excess of $5,250.00 per calendar year are taxable.

Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) - Graduate Teaching Assistants normally serve in an instructional capacity and are selected on the basis of past teaching experience or academic promise as effective instructors in their field of study. Most academic units offer a graduate work budget for one or more teaching assistants each year. All prospective teaching assistants are required to participate in the appropriate Teaching Assistant Workshop(s) prior to beginning their first assignment as a teaching assistant. During the Teaching Assistant Workshops, students are certified at one of the following levels that correspond to the responsibilities and duties of the assistantship appointment:

  • Teaching Assistant 1 (TA1): Graduate assistant will perform such tasks as preparing examinations, grading papers, preparing class lectures, maintaining records, and tutoring students outside formal classes. This position does not require classroom certification.
  • Teaching Assistant 2 (TA2): Graduate assistant may have some of the same duties as TA1 in addition to making presentations in laboratories or classrooms, conducting lectures, and leading discussion groups but not as the teacher of record. These tasks involve direct contact with students. This position requires classroom certification.
  • Teaching Assistant 3 (TA3): Graduate assistant will have the same duties as TA1 and TA2 and will teach classes for credit as the instructor of record and/or as the person primarily responsible for assigning grades. This position requires classroom certification.

Graduate Teaching Assistants who have the primary responsibility of teaching a course/laboratory section for credit (TA2) and/or for assigning final grades (TA3) for such a course/laboratory section must have earned at least 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline, be under the direct supervision of a faculty member experienced in the teaching discipline, receive regular in-service training, and be regularly evaluated.

Teaching Assistant Workshops - The Teaching Assistant Workshops are designed to introduce students to the techniques and skills necessary to be effective instructors in the University environment and promote excellence in undergraduate education at Mississippi State University. Additional information on the Teaching Assistant Workshops is available online at http://www.grad.msstate.edu/workshop/.

  • General Teaching Assistant Workshop is offered in August and January prior to fall and spring semesters. All prospective GTAs, both domestic and international, are required to attend the General Teaching Assistant Workshop. Failure to complete the General Workshop will render a student ineligible for a teaching assistantship award. The General Workshop provides new teaching assistants with an introduction to effective teaching methods and tools and serves to educate GTAs about University policies and resources. The workshop emphasizes the importance of providing high-quality instruction at Mississippi State University.
  • Classroom Certification Workshop is offered in August and January prior to fall and spring semesters immediately following the General TA Workshop. The evaluation for Classroom Certification is the tool used to ensure that GTAs are equipped with the skills needed to deliver high-quality instruction to undergraduate students at Mississippi State University. In a 10-minute micro-teaching presentation followed by a 5-minute question/discussion session, prospective Graduate Teaching Assistants for TA2/TA3 certification present to an evaluative panel of graduate faculty members an abbreviated lecture that would be presented to students as part of an assigned course. Classroom Certification is required for all teaching assistants whose responsibilities involve direct contact with students such as giving presentations in lectures or laboratories, conducting lectures, and leading discussion groups. A Teaching Assistant who initially received assignment to a TA1 level may later complete the evaluation for Classroom Certification in anticipation of a change in duties that require direct contact with students. A GTA who has already received assignment to a TA1 level is not required to attend the General Workshop again. Waivers to allow classroom teaching (TA2/TA3) without successful completion of the International Workshop and/or General Workshop and Classroom Certification will not be issued.
  • International Teaching Assistant Workshop is offered in August prior to fall semester only. The International Teaching Assistant Workshop, offered in collaboration with the Office of International Education, provides teaching assistants who are international students with the cultural education and communication skills necessary to achieve effective performance of their duties. The workshop also serves as a tool for evaluating international students' teaching and language skills. The training, evaluation, and certification of international GTAs are essential to ensure that undergraduate students receive a high quality of instruction. The International TA Workshop consists of the following three parts: classroom culture (60%), presentation and pronunciation skills (20%), and teaching evaluation and English certification (20%). International students with a bachelor's degree from an accredited US institution are not required to complete the International TA Workshop.
    • International Students Beginning Assistantship Appointment in the Fall Semester: Students who are not successful in meeting the required standards during the August evaluation for classroom English Certification cannot proceed to the evaluation for Classroom Certification for the fall semester. They must enroll in ESL 5313 (Classroom Communication and Presentations) during the fall semester. These students are still required to complete the General TA Workshop in August for TA1 certification. After successful completion of ESL 5313 and reevaluation of classroom English in December, the student can be evaluated for Classroom Certification in January prior to the beginning of the spring semester to be certified at the TA2/TA3 level. Participation in the spring General TA Workshop is not required.
    • International Students Beginning Assistantship Appointment in the Spring Semester: International TAs beginning their assistantship appointment in the spring semester are only allowed to hold a TA1 level assistantship and must complete the General TA Workshop in January. These students may enroll in ESL 5313 (Classroom Communication and Presentations) during the spring semester and be evaluated for classroom English Certification in May. If successful, these TA1s will be temporarily allowed to hold a TA2/TA3 level assistantship during summer terms and then must successfully complete the evaluation for Classroom Certification in August to continue at the TA2/TA3 level in the fall. International students beginning their assistantship appointment in the spring semester may opt to participate in the International TA Workshop the following August instead of enrolling in ESL 5313 during the spring semester. These students will only be allowed to hold a TA1 level appointment prior successfully completing the International TA Workshop and evaluation for Classroom Certification in August.

Eligibility for an Assistantship - To be eligible for an assistantship appointment, a student must have "regular" or "contingent" admission status to a specific graduate degree program. However, a student with "contingent" status must, within the first award enrollment period, satisfy "regular" admission requirements. A student with "provisional" or "unclassified" admission status is not eligible for an assistantship appointment. An assistantship award will be terminated when these requirements are not met. A student's admission status may be verified by calling the Office of the Graduate School at (662) 325.7400.

Application for Graduate Assistantships - Application for an assistantship appointment must be submitted to the college, department, school, or support unit with a position available. Each department may provide its own application form or use the generic "Graduate Assistantship Application" available on the Office of the Graduate School web site at http://www.grad.msstate.edu/forms/pdf/assistantship_app.PDF . The department establishes application deadlines and reviews procedures.

Required Course Load for Fall and Spring Semesters - Graduate assistants must be full-time students (registered in at least 9 graduate credit hours) and may not enroll in more than 13 graduate credit hours. The required full-time status must be maintained throughout the entire semester. Therefore, no course may be dropped if the resulting course load would be fewer than the required 9 graduate credit hours, nor may any course in the 9-hour load consist of or be converted to audit status. The 9-credit hour course load may not be composed of undergraduate courses unless the course is a program prerequisite. In such case, the minimum graduate load required will be 6 credit hours and only one undergraduate course will be permitted as part of the 9-credit hour load (per Graduate Council, March 2001). Some international students are required by the University to take ESL 5323 and/or ESL 5313. Both are considered prerequisites, and a graduate student may enroll in one of the courses and 6 credit hours of degree-program courses while holding an assistantship. ESL 5323 and ESL 5313 may not be taken concurrently.

Required Course Load for Full-and Half-Summer Awards - Full-summer awards require an enrollment in at least 6 graduate credit hours with a maximum allowed of 13 credit hours. Any combination may be used to make up the 13-credit hour maximum; however, enrollment in either 5-week term must be at least 3 graduate credit hours with a maximum allowed of 7 credit hours. Additionally, a student holding a half-summer graduate assistantship must be registered for courses scheduled during the term of the assistantship.

Termination of Assistantship - If the assistantship is terminated prior to the specified ending date, the assistant's duties, stipend, and tuition exemption will cease. The student will be required to pay a prorated portion of the previously applied tuition exemption.

Distance Education Courses - A student enrolled in a total of 9 credit hours: Six graduate credit hours and 3 Distance Education credits are treated as the student's required full-time load. Tuition will be assessed at the current University rate. The full-time tuition exemption credit will be applied to a student's account covering the tuition cost of the Distance Education course.

A student enrolled in a total of 10 or more credit hours: Additional tuition will be charged at the current University credit rate for any graduate student's course schedule that includes Distance Education or ESL courses if the total credit hours exceed 9. Therefore, graduate assistants should note that the graduate assistant tuition waiver does not cover the cost of Distance Education or ESL courses when a student is enrolled in more than 9 credit hours.

Course Overload - Graduate assistants wishing to schedule more than a full-time course load may, with the approval of his/her major professor, department head, graduate coordinator and dean, register for more than 13 hours. The student must submit an Overload Form, (http://www.grad.msstate.edu/forms/pdf_forms/request_for_scheduling_overload.pdf) to his/her major professor. The dean's office sends the approved form to the Registrar's Office. Such transmission will allow application of additional tuition exemption consistent with current policy.

Satisfactory Progress - To retain an assistantship, a student must demonstrate satisfactory progress in the academic program. Failure to do so may result in a termination of the assistantship.

Unsatisfactory Progress - Unsatisfactory progress may be defined as the failure to maintain a B average in graduate courses attempted after being admitted to a specific program, a grade of U, D, or F in any course, more than two grades below a B, failure of the comprehensive/preliminary examination, an unsatisfactory evaluation of a thesis or dissertation, failure of a research defense, or any other failure of a required component of one's program of study. Any of these, or a combination of these, may constitute the basis for the termination of a student's graduate study in a degree program. Individual programs have the right to establish their own criteria; however, the preceding definition should be considered the minimum standard for continuation in graduate programs of study and holding graduate assistantships. In the case of dismissal, a student's assistantship will be terminated.

Stipends - Stipends are paid semimonthly on the fifteenth and the last working day of each month. When employment begins during a pay period, stipends are calculated on a pay-period basis. The employing department must be contacted to obtain specific information regarding paycheck delivery or pickup.

Matriculation Fees - Assessment of tuition and required fees is made on an equal basis for all students classified at the graduate level. All Graduate Assistants receive an exemption equal to approximately 71% of assessed tuition and required fees. Graduate Assistants who are not Mississippi residents will receive a 100% exemption of the additional charges assessed for non-resident tuition. All students are personally responsible for paying any student account charges in excess of the tuition exemption. (For the 2014-2015 academic year, the amount of charges in excess of the tuition exemption is $1,033.00 per semester. During the summer enrollment period, the fee charges are assessed on a per credit hour basis.)

Council of Graduate Schools

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Mississippi State University is a member of the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) and the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools (CSGS). The University subscribes to the CGS Resolution Regarding Graduate Scholars, Fellows, Trainees and Assistants; the resolution and a complete list of participating institutions are available at the Council of Graduate Schools web site http://www.cgsnet.org/ . Navigate to Resources for Students on the left, select April 15th: Resolution Regarding Graduate Scholars then open the PDF Version of the CGS Resolution. The resolution reads as follows:

"Acceptance of an offer of financial support (such as a graduate scholarship, fellowship, traineeship, or assistantship) for the next academic year by a prospective or enrolled graduate student completes an agreement that both student and graduate school expect to honor. In that context, the conditions affecting such offers and their acceptance must be defined carefully and understood by all parties.

"Students are under no obligation to respond to offers of financial support prior to April 15; earlier deadlines for acceptance of such offers violate the intent of this Resolution. In those instances in which a student accepts an offer before April 15, and subsequently desires to withdraw that acceptance, the student may submit in writing a resignation of the appointment at any time through April 15. However, an acceptance given or left in force after April 15 commits the student not to accept another offer without first obtaining a written release from the institution to which a commitment has been made. Similarly, an offer by an institution after April 15 is conditional on presentation by the student of the written release from any previously accepted offer. It is further agreed by the institutions and organizations subscribing to the above Resolution that a copy of this Resolution should accompany every scholarship, fellowship, traineeship, and assistantship offer."

Contact Us: (P) 662-325-7400 (F) 662-325-1967