Comptroller's Office
 Policies and Procedures Manual

Effective: 01/01/2000
Revised: 12/20/2006 

CMP 308-12: Registration, Tuition Revenue and Fees


Purpose

To list and define registration, tuition revenue and fees sub-revenue source codes


Source

Advantage accounting system

Codes

PS TUITION   AGENCY REVENUE SUB-REV SUB-REV
CODE DESCRIPTION ORGN CODE CODE DESC.
B Financial Aid Trust Fee ACT A10B 5125 1 Trust Fee - Fall
      5125 2 Trust Fee - Spring
      5125 3 Trust Fee - SS 1
      5125 4 Trust Fee - SS 2
      5125 5 Trust Fee - SS 10
F Recreation Fee DSM G201 5126 1 Recreation Fee - Fall
        2 Recreation Fee - Spring
        3 Recreation Fee - SS 1
        4 Recreation Fee - SS 2
        5 Recreation Fee - SS 10
I Student Insurance SHC 7146 5720 07 Insurance - Fall
        51 Insurance - Spring
L Late Registration Fee CMP 2590 5124 01 Fall Late Fee
        02 Spring Late Fee
M Music Fee PAR 2508 5123 51 Music Fee Fall
    PAR 2508 5123 52 Music Fee Spring
    ACT A1SS 5123 53 Music Fee Summer
R Registration Fee ACT A10R 5121 01 Registration Fee Fall
    ACT A10R 5121 02 Registration Fee Spring
    ACT A1SS 5121 03 Registration Fee Summer
S Approved Class Fees ACT 2501 516A XX Sub Revenue Code varies by year and semester code
T Nonresident Tuition ACT A10T 5122 01 Fall Tuition - Non Resident
        02 Spring Tuition - Non Resident
W Late Payment Fee CMP 2590 5146 01 Late Payment Fee
Y Associated Student Fee UBO 7121 5290 54 ASA Fee

Definitions

Registration, Tuition and fees
The fees charged to students for attending classes at the university.
Registration and Tuition Waivers
Primarily a form of financial aid awarded to students covering the registration and/or tuition portion of fees established by the Board of Regents. The waiver is based on merit and/or need as established by the university. Waivers are also granted to university employees and their spouses/dependents as a benefit of employment.

 


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