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If I missed the UHS deadline for personal reasons, can I not apply to the fall semester at all?

GIchanAGIchanA 1 replies1 threadsRegistered User New Member
I was in family vacation while the email about the UHS came. I could not do anything because my personal physicist was in America while I was in a foreign country. I had no choice but to wait till I come back from my vacation, but now the site to turn in the document is down. What can I do? Can I really not apply for the fall courses like they said?
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Replies to: If I missed the UHS deadline for personal reasons, can I not apply to the fall semester at all?

  • bluebayoubluebayou 26765 replies174 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited August 9
    University Health Service forms? Just get them submitted/uploaded pronto, and before Orientation (which is when you would start to register for courses).

    btw: even if your family physician is unavailable, just call around to local walk-in clinics, many of which offer 'school physicals'.
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  • GIchanAGIchanA 1 replies1 threadsRegistered User New Member
    Yes I am aware but - by law they say that it must be turned in within 30 days before classes start or and 80 dollar late fee and cannot register for the following semester. But I could not get a physical checkup while I was in Vacation, I didn’t have any of the informations of dates and all so I couldn’t complete the forms and turn it in time.
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  • bluebayoubluebayou 26765 replies174 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited August 9
    yeah, I get all that.

    Get off of the online forms, make an appt with a doc -- any doc -- and upload the forms. Call the next day to make sure that they have everything that they need. I have no doubt that many folks are late in uploading forms by July 1. Heck, they even accepted a few kids off of the WL at the end of June, so they had do way to make the deadline.

    Yes, you might have to pay the $80 fee, but no way will they kick you out of fall semester.
    edited August 9
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