Please be familiar with our refund policy stated below:
If a student officially withdraws from
After the 60 percent point in the semester, no refund will be granted nor will financial aid be adjusted. The portion of the semester completed is based on calendar days from the first day of the semester through the last scheduled day of finals, including weekends and mid-semester breaks of less than five days. The semester is defined as: Fall Semester begins with the start date of Fall Term 1 and ends with finals of Fall Term 2, Spring Semester begins with the start date of Spring Term 1 and ends with finals of Spring Term 2.
Students who do not go through the “official” withdrawal process will be deemed to have attended through the mid-point in the semester, and will have their charges and financial aid adjusted to 50%.
Students on work programs will be given full credit for work completed to the date of withdrawal.
Examples of refund calculations are available in the Financial Aid Office. Students may appeal the refund calculation if they feel that they have extreme circumstances that warrant an exception to the published policy. Students should make their request in writing, documenting the extreme circumstances, and submit it to the Controller for Business Services. A response to the appeal will be made within two weeks.