Liability is based on actual tuition and fees charged and is incurred beginning on the first official day of classes. Your liability starts on that day, regardless of whether or not you have classes on that day. A withdrawal after the first day of classes might result in your still having a liability to the College if you did not pay your tuition and fees in full. In addition, withdrawing may adversely affect any financial aid you were entitled to and may also result in your having a balance due to the College.
Fall and Spring Semesters Only
|Withdrawal Period||Tuition Refund||Tuition Obligation|
|Withdrawal prior to the first day of the semester||100%||-0-|
|Withdrawal during the first calendar week of the semester||75%||25%|
|Withdrawal during the second calendar week of the semester||50%||50%|
|Withdrawal during the third calendar week of the semester||25%||75%|
|Withdrawal after the third calendar week of the semester||-0-||100%|
Important Refund Notes:
- Fees (student activities fees, technology fees, Academic Excellence Fees, etc.) are not refundable once classes have officially started.
- To ensure the timely arrival of your refund check, it is important that your correct, current address is on file, including your apartment number. If you move, please make sure that you update your records with the Registrar’s Office.
- For payments made in person at the bursar window, a refund check will be issued and mailed to the address on file.
- For payments made online with a checking or savings account or credit card, you do not have to apply for a refund. Refunds will be automatically issued to the bank account or credit card. For refunds that occur after the end of the semester, a refund check will be mailed to the address on file.
- At this time we are not able to issue refunds in excess of $20,000. If you are expecting a refund of more than $20,000, it will be issued in 2 or more installments.