As the school year rolls on different situations and questions arise. As a result,
our more frequently asked questions for each month will be posted below. If you do
not see a topic covered, please review our Frequently Asked Questions page or feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com or at 901.678.2115.
Important Dates and Deadlines
To stay up to date on all upcoming dates and deadlines, please check out our UMparent calendar.
December 14-January 16: Winter Break
January 12: Deadline to sign up for e-Refunds (Direct Deposit)
January 15-16: Spring Semester Residence Hall Check-In
January 16: Last Day of Regular Registration
January 16: Fee payment deadline to avoid the assessment of $100 Late Payment Fee
January 17: First Day of Classes, Spring 2012
January 21: Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (University Closed)
January 23: Last Day to Add or Change Sections
January 31: Extended Fee Payment Deadline
January 26: Drops on or after this Date Receive "W" Grades
February 1: Financial Aid Priority Deadline
Financial Aid for 2013-2014 School Year
The priority financial aid deadline for the 2013-2014 school year (Fall 2013, Spring
2014, and Summer 2014) is February 1st. It is important that you and your student fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) as soon as possible to ensure that your student gets the maximum amount of aid that
they are eligible to receive. For more information, please contact the Financial
Aid office at 901.678.4825 or review their website for more information.
Do you need verification that you student is enrolled for medical insurance, car insurance,
or anything else? Students can request enrollment verification from the National Student Clearinghouse or from the Registrar’s office. For complete details on how to request enrollment verification, please click here.
Parents and Grades
“Can I see my student’s grades?” - No, not unless you have your student's consent or you can show that your student
is still a dependent for federal income tax purposes. Federal law--the Family Educational
Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)--prevents us from releasing a student's information
to anyone but the student unless we have the student's written consent to do so.
For more information, please review Student Privacy and FERPA in the Parent Handbook.
Student Newspaper: The Daily Helmsman
Do you want to know what is going on on-campus from a student point of view? Read
the student newspaper, The Daily Helmsman, by clicking here. It is published Tuesday through Friday during the Fall and Spring semesters.