Fee Petitions & Financial Holds
To request a full refund after the add/drop period, a student may file a petition if one of the following conditions are met and documentation is provided:
- Student’s involuntary call to active military duty (refer also to the catalog section titled Military Withdrawal Policy)
- Death of a member of the student’s immediate family (parent, spouse, child, sibling)
- Incapacitating illness of such duration or severity, as confirmed in writing by a physician, that completion of the term is impossible
- A situation in which the University is in error
PLEASE NOTE: Medical withdrawals should be
submitted to the Office of the Dean of Students at 904-620-1491 or email@example.com and not submitted via a fee petition.
To file a fee petition, a student, or someone acting on the student’s behalf with written authorization, must:
- Officially withdraw from the course(s) or the University;
- Complete a fee petition online via myWings (Student Records tile, Student Self-Service, Online Forms, Fee Petition) and attach documentation supporting one of the conditions indicated above.
petitioner will receive an email confirmation that the petition was
successfully submitted and will be notified via email of the committee's decision (allow 2-3 weeks). Students have six months from the end of the semester in
question to file a fee petition. Petitioning for a refund does not guarantee
that a refund will be approved. The decision of the Fee Committee is final. By
state statute, students may not petition for a refund of the third attempt
repeat surcharge or excess hours fee. Miscellaneous fees such as orientation, ID or
WOW, or parking permit late fee CANNOT be petitioned.
Tuition fee refunds provided to students will be processed against any outstanding charges prior to remitting a refund to the student.
Failure to pay outstanding amounts due to UNF will result in a financial hold being placed on the student’s records and may also result in a $100 late payment fee. A
financial hold prohibits the processing of requests for transcripts, registration,
reinstatement, enrollment verification, release of grades, and receipt of
diploma until the debt is cleared by the Student Financial Services Office. Debts in excess of $500 will prohibit students from registering for future semesters. Continued failure to pay may result in the account being sent to a collection
agency with additional collection fees of up to 33.3 percent being assessed to the
student’s account and may be reported to a credit bureau.