Tuition Appeal Instructions:

  1. Students must be withdrawn from the class(es) they wish to appeal.
  2. Please write a clear explanation of the reason for the requested exception, and include a list of the class(es), with credit hours, that you wish to appeal. 
  3. Complete all requested information on the Exception to University Policy-Tuition Appeal form. 
  4. Provide all the documentation needed to support all claims on the appeal. 
  5. Incomplete appeals, appeals without a signature and appeals lacking supporting documentation will not be considered and will be denied.
  6. Once completed, submit the appeal form and all documents to:

MAIL:            University of Utah
                      Income Accounting Office
                      201 S 1460 E Rm. 165
                      Salt Lake City UT 84112

FAX:              801-581-4277


IN PERSON:  Student Services Building (Bldg.40) Rm. 155

  • The review process may take 6 to 8 weeks.
  • Students will be notified of the group’s decision by mail with the mailing address provided on the appeal form.
  • You may also check the appeal status on your Campus Information System (CIS), under Tuition and Loans, Status Tuit/Late Fee Petition.


Request for Waiver of Tuition Late Fee Instructions:

  1. Students may come in-person to the Income Accounting & Student Loan Services office to get the form, or you may download the form.
  2. Student should bring the form to the Income Accounting & Student Loan Services office, located in the Student Services Building (SSB) Rm. 155. You may also email your form, or your request, to . For email requests, please include your Name, UID number, Semester, and a short explanation of why you would like the waiver of the late fee.
  3. Please monitor the status of your late fee request, through your CIS account, under Tuition and Loans, Status Tuit/Late Fee Petition.
  4. Students will be granted a one-time exception upon submitting a late fee waiver. Any additional waivers will need to be reviewed and approval or denial will be determined based on extenuating circumstances.