REFUND POLICY FOR ACADEMIC YEAR:
The following refund schedules apply to all students who officially withdraw from classes. Refunds will be computed as of the official withdrawl date. Tuition will be refunded in accordance with the schedules below. Room and board will be refunded on a pro-rated basis if the student is released from the Housing Contract by Residence Life. Fees are not refundable. Refunds will be offset by appropriate reduction in financial aid, scholarships and loans. Refunds of credit balances must be requested in writing.
Full-time undergraduate students must contact the Academic Advising Office in order to formalize their withdrawl.
Students who withdraw or leave the College for disciplinary reasons are not entitled to a refund.
If payment was made by cash or check the refund will be made by check, please allow two to three weeks for processing. If payment was made by credit card, the refund will be made to the credit card used to make the payment. Credit Card refunds will be processed within 7 to 10 business days.
Withdrawal date is approved by either Academic Advising or Registrar’s Office, as appropriate:
TUITION REFUND SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER SESSSIONS:
Once the Summer Session begins, 100% will be refunded for the first two days of the semester, 80% of tuition will be refunded on the third day of the semester; 50% will be refunded for fourth day of the semester and 0% after the fourth day of the semester. Refunds of credit balances must be requested in writing.
TUITION REFUND SCHEDULE FOR WINTER SESSIONS:
Students are eligible for full refunds ONLY for drops made before the first day of the semester, 50% of tuition will be refunded until the close of business hours on the first day of the semester. No refunds after that date. Refunds of credit balances must be requested in writing
TUITION REFUND SCHEDULE FOR MODULE PROGRAMS:
Once the session begins, 80% of tuition will be refunded for the first two days of the semester; 50% will be refunded for the third and fourth days of the semester and 0% after the fouth day of the semester. Refunds of credit balances must be requested in writing.
Financial Aid Repayment Policy
Students receiving financial aid from the College who withdraw from classes will have their aid reevaluated, possibly necessitating their repayment of a portion of the financial aid received. The necessity to repay financial aid depends upon the type of aid received, applicable government regulations, and the period of time in attendance. Attendance for a partial semester will generally count as one of the eight semesters of financial aid eligibility normally allowed a student.