Students who officially withdraw or who reduce their course credit load may be entitled to a refund of tuition according to the following schedule. For withdrawals after the official beginning of classes, the date used to compute any refund is the official date of withdrawal. Any financial assistance to students is prorated. Students who have been dismissed may not appeal for refund of tuition.
Refund Deadlines for Residential Classes
|Before Class Begins||Before Class Begins||100%|
|First Week||First Class Day||90%|
|Second Week||Second Class Day||80%|
|Third Week||Third Class Day||60%|
|Fourth Week||Fourth Class Day||40%|
|Fifth Week||Fifth Class Day||20%|
|After Fifth Week||After Fifth Class Day||0%|
Refund Deadlines for Online Classes
|Before Class Begins||100%|
|Within the First Week of Class||40%|
|After the Start of the Second Week of Class||0%|
*Students receiving financial aid must be in continuous enrollment. You should drop/withdraw from a class only if absolutely necessary. Check with your academic advisor.
**Regardless of participation, no technology fees will be refunded after the start of a class.
Students who have been dismissed may not appeal for refund of tuition. Students who are called to active military duty and withdraw from classes at any point in the term will receive a refund of 100% of tuition and fees.
Withdrawal from Program
A student will be assessed tuition charges by the semester. If a student withdraws from the Program after the semester has started, the refundable portion of the total term charges will be calculated at the current semester hourly rate for each class not started.