What is the enrollment cap policy for undergraduate students?
Under current rules, Texas resident undergraduate students who enrolled for the first time in a Texas public institution of higher education in Fall 1999 or later may be charged a premium tuition rate - an additional $100 per semester credit hour over the Texas resident rate - after they reach an established enrollment cap.
Reaching your established enrollment cap does not mean you can't enroll in any more courses. It does mean you will be charged a higher tuition rate for those courses you enroll in after you have met the cap.
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