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Summer 2024 Dates and Deadlines

Dates and Deadlines

This schedule is tentative and dates are subject to change.

Key dates

  • Course registration: April 1 to July 9
  • First Billing Statement: April 12
  • Payment Plans: available April 12
    • You must have a $0 prior balance.
  • Short-term Loans: available April 29
    • You must have a $0 prior balance.
  • Maymester payment: due May 9
  • Full Summer payment: due May 9
  • Summer I payment: due May 30
  • Summer II payment: due July 3

Important: If you're in a combination of parts-of-term, your current amounts due must be paid by the earlier deadline. For example, if you're enrolled in Maymester and Summer I classes, payment for both parts-of-term are due May 9.

Detailed dates and deadline schedules

Maymester

April 1
  • Early registration begins.
April 12
  • First billing statements for summer terms are emailed to your mySFA email account. These emails are generated thereafter on a weekly basis.
April 25
  • Past-due balances due to avoid being dropped from summer courses.
April 26
  • Noon drop for past-due balance. Any unpaid balance amounting $200 or more will result in your being dropped from all of your registered courses.
April 29
  • Short-term loans begin. You must have a $0 prior balance. Visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship's Loans webpage for more information.
May 9
  • Current amounts due must be paid through one of the following options:
May 10
  • Noon drop for nonpayment for all Maymester classes.
  • Deadline to withdraw with 100% refund.
May 13
  • Maymester begins.
  • Repayment plans and short-term loans charged back to student accounts.
May 14
  • 5 p.m. deadline to drop with 100% refund. You must remain enrolled (cannot drop to zero hours) to be eligible for a refund on a dropped course.
May 15
  • Late Add Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour and may add classes only upon approval from the course instructor, department chair and the academic dean.
May 24
  • Financial aid posted to student accounts.
  • Manual drop, no refund. To register, add or change classes you must pay current amounts due through one of the following options:
  • Reinstatement Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour if you're re-registering for a course from which you were previously dropped.
May 29
  • Last day of Maymester.

 

 

Summer I

April 1
  • Early registration begins.
April 12
  • First billing statements for summer terms are emailed to your mySFA email account. These emails are generated thereafter on a weekly basis.
  • Payment plans become available. You must have a $0 prior balance.
April 25
  • Past-due balances due to avoid being dropped from summer courses.
  • First installment for Early Payment Plan 4 Monthly Installments is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
April 26
  • Noon drop for past-due balance. Any unpaid balance amounting $200 or more will result in your being dropped from all of your registered courses.
April 29
  • Short-term loans begin. You must have a $0 prior balance. Visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship's Loans webpage for more information.
May 9
  • First installment for Full Summer 4 Installment payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
May 13
  • Repayment plans and short-term loans charged back to student accounts.
May 24
  • Financial aid posted to student accounts.
May 30
  • Second installment for payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
  • Current amounts due must be paid through one of the following options:
    • make payment in full
    • enroll in a Payment Plan and make the first installment by due date
    • or apply for a short-term loan.
May 31
  • Noon drop for nonpayment for all summer classes.
  • Deadline to withdraw with 100% refund.
June 1
  • #2 Late FS and SI 3 Installment payment plan: first day to enroll in the three-payment plan.
June 3
  • Summer I begins.
June 4
  • First refund sent to BankMobile Disbursements.
  • 5 p.m. deadline to drop with 100% refund. You must remain enrolled (cannot drop to zero hours) to be eligible for a refund on a dropped course.
June 6
  • #2 Late FS and SI 3 Installment payment plan: last day to enroll in the three-payment plan.
  • Installment for your payment plan #2 is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
June 7
  • Late Add Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour and may add classes only upon approval from the course instructor, department chair and the academic dean.
  • Manual drop for nonpayment of current amounts due at noon for all Summer I classes. To register, add or change classes you must pay current amounts due through one of the following options:
    • make payment in full
    • enroll in a Payment Plan and make the first installment by due date
    • or apply for a short-term loan.
  • Reinstatement Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour if you're re-registering for a course from which you were previously dropped.
June 13
  • Refunds begin weekly.
July 5
  • Last day of Summer I.

Summer II

April 1
  • Early registration begins.
April 12
  • First billing statements for summer terms are emailed to your mySFA email account. These emails are generated thereafter on a weekly basis.
  • Payment plans become available. You must have a $0 prior balance.
April 25
  • Past-due balances due to avoid being dropped from summer courses.
  • First installment for Early Payment Plan 4 Monthly Installments is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
April 26
  • Noon drop for past-due balance. Any unpaid balance amounting $200 or more will result in your being dropped from all of your registered courses.
April 29
  • Short-term loans begin. You must have a $0 prior balance. Visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship's Loans webpage for more information.
May 9
  • #1 Summer 4 installment payment plan: last day to enroll in the four-payment plan for Summer II.
  • Payment for your #1 Summer 4 installment payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
May 13
  • Repayment plans and short-term loans charged back to student accounts.
May 30
  • Second installment for payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
June 10
  • #3 Summer II (S2) 2 installment payment plan: first day to enroll in the Summer II payment plan.
June 25
  • Financial aid posted to student accounts.
June 26
  • #3 Summer II (S2) 2 installment payment plan: last day to enroll in the Summer II payment plan.
  • Installment for your payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
July 3
  • Current amounts due must be paid through one of the following options:
    • make payment in full
    • enroll in a Payment Plan and make the first installment by due date
    • or apply for a short-term loan.
July 5
  • Noon drop for nonpayment for all Summer II classes.
  • Deadline to withdraw with 100% refund.
July 8
  • Summer II begins.
July 9
  • 5 p.m. deadline to drop with 100% refund. You must remain enrolled (cannot drop to zero hours) to be eligible for a refund on a dropped course.
  • Last day to apply for an exemption or waiver.
July 11
July 12
  • Late Add Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour and may add classes only upon approval from the course instructor, department chair and the academic dean.
  • Manual drop for nonpayment of current amounts due at noon for all Summer II classes. To register, add or change classes you must pay current amounts due through one of the following options:
    • make payment in full
    • enroll in a Payment Plan and make the first installment by due date
    • or apply for a short-term loan.
  • Reinstatement Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour if you're re-registering for a course from which you were previously dropped.
July 19
  • Late adds and reinstatements end.
July 24
  • Installment for your payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
Aug. 7
  • Last day of Summer II.

 

Full Summer

April 1
  • Early registration begins.
April 12
  • First billing statements for summer terms are emailed to your mySFA email account. These emails are generated thereafter on a weekly basis.
  • Payment plans become available. You must have a $0 prior balance.
April 25
  • Past-due balances due to avoid being dropped from summer courses.
  • First installment for Early Payment Plan 4 Monthly Installments is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
April 26
  • Noon drop for past-due balance. Any unpaid balance amounting $200 or more will result in your being dropped from all of your registered courses.
April 29
  • Short-term loans begin. You must have a $0 prior balance. Visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship's Loans webpage for more information.
May 9
  • Current amounts due must be paid through one of the following options:
    • make payment in full
    • enroll in a Payment Plan and make the first installment by due date
    • or apply for a short-term loan.
May 10
  • Noon drop for nonpayment for all summer classes.
  • Deadline to withdraw with 100% refund.
May 13
  • Full Summer begins.
  • Repayment plans and short-term loans charged back to student accounts.
May 24
  • Financial aid posted to student accounts.
May 29
  • 5 p.m. deadline to drop with 100% refund. You must remain enrolled (cannot drop to zero hours) to be eligible for a refund on a dropped course.
May 30
  • Late Add Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour and may add classes only upon approval from the course instructor, department chair and the academic dean.
  • Installment for your payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
June 1
  • #2 Late FS and SI 3 Installment payment plan: first day to enroll in the three-payment plan.
June 4
June 6
  • #2 Late FS and SI 3 Installment payment plan: last day to enroll in the three-payment plan.
  • Installment for your payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
June 7
  • Manual drop for nonpayment of current amounts due at noon for all Full Summer classes. To register, add or change classes you must pay current amounts due through one of the following options:
    • make payment in full
    • enroll in a Payment Plan and make the first installment by due date
    • or apply for a short-term loan.
  • Reinstatement Fee begins. You'll be charged $50 per credit hour if you're re-registering for a course from which you were previously dropped.
June 13
  • Refunds begin weekly.
June 25
June 26
  • Installment for your payment plan is due.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
July 19
July 24
  • Final installment for your payment plan is due before noon.
    • $25 Late Installment Fee charged if installment is not paid by this deadline.
Aug. 7
  • Last day of Summer II.

 

Withdrawal refund schedule

A student officially withdrawing from the university is eligible for a refund of tuition and certain fees according to the following schedules:

Maymester

Withdrawal DateRefund Amount
On or before 5 p.m. May 10100%
May 1380%
May 1450%
After May 140%

Summer I

Withdrawal DateRefund Amount
On or before 5 p.m. May 31100%
June 380%
June 450%
After June 40%

Summer II

Withdrawal DateRefund Amount
On or before 5 p.m. July 5100%
July 880%
July 950%
After July 90%

Full Summer

Withdrawal DateRefund Amount
On or before 5 p.m. May 10100%
May 13 to 1780%
May 20 to 2470%
May 28 to June 350%
June 4 to June 1025%
After June 100%
Dropped course refund schedule

A student dropping one or more classes but remaining enrolled (taking more than zero hours) is eligible for a 100% refund of tuition and certain fees according to the following schedules:

  • Maymester: On or before 5 p.m. May 14
  • Summer I: On or before 5 p.m. June 4
  • Summer II: On or before 5 p.m. July 9
  • Full Summer: On or before 5 p.m. May 29

Refund dates for withdrawal or dropped courses may be modified at any time without prior notice in order to comply with state and federal guidelines.

 

Contact

Student Business Services
936.468.6960
Fax: 936.468.7213
sbs@sfasu.edu
Staff directory

Physical Address:
Austin Building
Suite 204

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13053, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962