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Returning Students

All returning students must process their registration for the next semester accordingly.

Registration and attendance after the conclusion of the first week of classes requires the written approval of the appropriate Professors, Directors of the Program and Dean of the School.

Any student that does not report to class during the first two weeks or does not pay tuition during the same time period, will not be allowed to remain in classes.

If you have any charges or unpaid fees, you will have to pay them when you register or pay your tuition.

Tuition & Fees

Cost of Attendance (COA)

  • Annual tuition is divided between fall and spring semester.
  • Fees – 1st and 2nd year students are charged $160 for Student Activities and $270 for Health Insurance per semester, that has to be paid in full at the beginning of classes.  These fees will be deducted from your financial aid. Also, these fees will be charged to students in 3rd year and beyond staying in Mexico.

For more information regarding tuition and fees visit Financial Obligations

Releasing Account Information

Consistent with FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), UAG does not release personal student information including account information to a third party or by telephone, without prior written consent. Emails requesting specific or personal information must be sent from your UAG email address. Emails originating from any other source can only be answered in general terms.

For more information, including the Student Authorization to Release Education Records Form (PDF), see the FERPA Information for Students and Parents website.

DISCLAIMER: Tuition will change if a student leaves the school for two semesters.

How to Pay for Tuition and Fees?

1. Check your balance at UAG International Students Affairs Office:

Visit ISAO: Located on the ICB Campus, across the school auditoriums.
Call ISAO: (01152) (33) 3648 8305

2. Choose your method of payment in person, online or by mail. Make a payment towards your balance.

In-person at one of the Service Offices:

Cashier Hours Location
Ciudad Universitaria (Main Campus) 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM Av. Patria 1201, Lomas del Valle 3° Sección, C.P. 45129, Zapopan, Jalisco.
Instituto de Ciencias Biológicas (I.C.B.) 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM (Closed from 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM) Av. Aztecas 970, Prados Providencia, C.P. 44670 Guadalajara, Jalisco.

Online (credit card payment only)

To pay for tuition you must provide the exact amount in US dollars to our academic services office in San Antonio, Texas. They will send an e-mail with the instructions and invoice.

Note: You must provide your name, UAG ID # and answer some security questions.

By Wire Transfer:

In order to make a payment via a wire transfer, the payer must have ALL of the following:

  1. Student’ UAG Credential Number (aka ID Number)
  2. Student’s full name
  3. The concept of payment, for example Tuition Semester 11/01

Process for wire transfers

  1. Call the San Antonio Office at 210-742-9241 Administrative Department for wire transfer account information.
  2. Upon completing transfer, send your wire confirmation to Attention: “Tuition and Fees”
  3. Receipts must be picked up at the ISAO office in Guadalajara by the student. (Please call in advance to confirm availability of receipt Phone: (01152) (33) 3648 8305)
3. You will receive a UAG receipt by e-mail, store your payment for future references.

Important Information

Any student that does not report to class during the first two weeks or does not pay tuition during the same time period, will not be allowed to remain in school.

Class attendance for all courses at the UAG School of Medicine is mandatory.

Students who have not met their total financial obligation to the UAG will not be permitted to enroll in the next academic term.

A student is responsible for ensuring that all documents for the loan process are in the UAG Financial Aid Office in San Antonio, TX, on time.

You will receive written information from UAG Financial Aid Office in San Antonio, TX., with the probable date of your disbursement.

Disclaimer: The Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara reserves the right to alter any and all charges and to do so during the academic year at the discretion of the board of trustees.

Refund Policy

Before Day Amount
1 100% (minus $380 USD Administrative fee)
Day 1 50%
After 30 0%

*Plus the resulting amount due to the University.

There are no refunds if the student withdraws without official notice, or because of excessive absences, unsatisfactory academic performance, dismissal, unofficial leave of absence or asked to withdraw. Plus the resulting amount due to the University.

The “Return of Title IV Funds” Policy

The federal “Return of Title IV Funds” (R2T4) formula dictates the amount of Federal Title IV aid that must be returned to the federal government by the school and the student. Policies and procedures for financial aid recipients are consistent with requirements specified by federal guidelines and regulations.

The Department of Education requires applying the federal formula for the students that received federal financial assistance in the form of a Federal Student Loan and withdrew on or before completing 60% of the academic year (two semesters).

The percentage of Title IV aid to be returned is equal to the number of calendar days remaining in the academic year divided by the number of calendar days in the academic year. Scheduled breaks for more than five consecutive days are excluded.

If any funds are to be returned after the return of Title IV aid calculation, they will be used to repay your loan holder.

Should you withdraw anytime on or before completing 60% of the academic year you will owe money back to the Federal programs and the consequences of completely withdrawing could result in you owing up to 50% of your financial aid disbursements.

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