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The University is increasingly being recognized as the leading American institution of higher learning in the Caribbean. Since its inception, UVI has served as the fertile soil that holds the hopes, dreams and aspirations of Virgin Islands and Caribbean families. In just 52 years UVI has progressed to a University with the capacity to be the leading purveyor of intellectual capital in the region.
|Fall Registration||March 20 to August 21|
|New Student Orientation||August 19 to August 21|
|New Student Tuition & Fees Payment Deadline||August 21|
|Fall Classes||August 24 to December 3|
|Fall Exams||December 7 to December 12
|Spring Classes||Jan 11 to April 26|
|Fall Housing Application Deadline||April 1|
|Fall Admission Application Deadline||April 30|
|Fall International Visa Application Deadline||April 30|
|Spring Exams||May 2 to May 7|
|Commencement||May 14 to May 15|
|University of the Virgin Islands
Albert A. Sheen Campus-St. Croix
Kingshill, USVI 00850-9781
|University of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas Campus
#2 John Brewers Bay
St. Thomas, USVI 00802-9990
Dr. Xuri Maurice Allen
Admissions has been an integral part of my life since 1983, my first year of college! I became an Admissions Tour Guide in the second-semester of my freshman year and that started the chain of events that have led me to full-time, professional work in Admissions for over 15 years. As Director of Admissions/Recruitment, I want every admissible prospective student to attend and graduate from this Undeniably Viable Institution! Learn more about Dr. Allen.
Ms. Akacia Halliday
I am the UVI Admissions Recruiter based on the St. Thomas Campus. Through outreach initiatives with prospective students, the local community, and other constituencies I share with them information about UVI and how it can be a “good fit”. Learn more about Ms. Halliday
|Prepay with 2% Discount||Prepay in full for Fall & Spring semesters by July 31 to receive a 2% tuition discount. Discounts are not applicable to students on financial aid or UVI scholarships.|
|Pay in 2 Installments||The first installment of 50% is due by July 31. The second installment is due by January 5, prior to completing enrollment and beginning Spring classes. No discounts are available.|
|Pay in 4 Installments||The first installment of 25% is due by July 31. The other installments are due by October 1, January 5, and March 1. A 2% interest rate is charged to accounts with this option.|
|Pay in 5 Installments||The first installment of 20% is due by July 31. The remaining 80% is due in four equal installments by October 1, December 1, February 1, and April 1. A 3% interest rate is charged to accounts with this option.|
These options are limited to full-time students not receiving scholarships or financial aid. New UVI students must pay their tuition and fees in full or pay their first installment by August 21. Returning students must pay their tuition and fees in full or make arrangements for one of the payment options in the UVI Business Office by July 31 to complete enrollment and enter classes for the Fall semester.
To ensure resources are available for instruction, students must pay their required tuition and fees prior to the start of classes. Students who do not conform to UVI’s Tuition & Fees Payment Policy will be removed from registered courses, regarded as not enrolled, debarred from attending classes, and prohibited from residing on University property and utilizing student services.
Refunds - If a student withdraws during a term, the refund for that term will be calculated in accordance with the University’s regular refund policy. In the event a student covered by one of UVI’s payment plans withdraws, or otherwise leaves UVI, the student may withdraw from the plan and the unutilized balance will be refunded.
|Scholarships||A variety of scholarships are available for new and current UVI students. The application deadline is typically March 1. However, new scholarships become available year around. Scholarships do not have to be repaid.|
|Grants||Federal and territorial grants are typically available to students who have met certain criteria. Grants do not have to be repaid.|
|Loans||Subsidized, unsubsidized, private and public loans are available to students. Repayment is typically due 6 months after graduation, withdraw, or drop below half-time status.|
|Employment||Federal Work-Study provides part-time jobs for students with financial need, allowing students to earn money to help pay educational expenses.|
In accordance with federal regulations, UVI’s Financial Aid Office must monitor each student’s Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) toward the completion of a degree. Financial aid is based on financial need, which is calculated by subtracting the expected family contribution from UVI’s cost of attendance. Student’s progress is checked at the completion of each term. The satisfactory academic progress review is based on the percentage rate of attempted credit hours, minimum cumulative and/or semester grade-point average (GPA), and timeframe needed for program completion. For more information, visit http://financialaid.uvi.edu and click on Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.
Paying for college can be difficult, and with college tuition rates increasing across the United States, financial responsibilities can become overwhelming. At UVI, we want to help make your higher education goals affordable while keeping your college debt levels as low as possible.
|2015-2016 Academic Year*|
|Full-Time Tuition Rates||USVI Resident||Non-USVI Resident|
|Undergraduate Full-Time Tuition||$4,410||$13,230|
|Room & Board||$6,824 to $11,380||$6,824 to $11,380|
|Part-Time Tuition Rates||USVI Resident||Non-USVI Resident|
|Undergraduate Part-Time Tuition (per credit hour)||$147||$441|
|Graduate Part-Time Tuition (per credit hour)||$368||$735|
Source: Current Tuition & Fees
* 2015-2016 Academic Year represents potential Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 charges. Summer 2016 is not included in this estimate.
Tuition & fees can be paid by cash, check, credit card, ACH (electronic check), bank wire or with a tuition payment plan. Online payments by credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, & Discover) and ACH are accepted and processed at http://banweb.uvi.edu .
Business Services/Cashier’s Office
Financial Aid Office
UVI has begun full enforcement of the new parking program which was implemented in September of 2013. The parking program is designed to enhance campus safety and security through improved accountability of vehicles parked on campus, provide designated/color coded parking lots for campus users and to regulate traffic on the campus during special events among other objectives.
Effective Tuesday April 1, 2014, all vehicles of UVI students and employees parked on campus must have valid parking permits which are visible to security officers. Vehicles must be parked in appropriately designated color coded parking areas, i.e. residential student parking (red lots), commuter student parking (purple lots), faculty and staff parking (green lots), visitor parking (orange lots) or open parking (yellow lots). The Security Department will issue tickets or citations and or immobilize vehicles for lack of properly displayed valid parking permits and other parking violations (e.g. parking in handicap parking spots, etc). Additional parking information is available online.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to comply with the parking policy by completing the online vehicle registration form in the Employee Information tab of Banner, which is available from the myCampus portal at https://mycampus.uvi.edu.
The University of the Virgin Islands is a learner-centered institution dedicated to the success of its students and committed to enhancing the lives of the people of the U.S. Virgin Islands and the wider Caribbean through excellent teaching, innovative research, and responsive community service.
The University of the Virgin Islands will be an exceptional U.S. institution of higher education in the Caribbean dedicated to student success, committed to excellence, and pledged to enhancing the social and economic transformation of the U.S. Virgin Islands.