Refunds of Tuition
Withdrawal and refund requests should be made in the Office of the Registrar (Shuster Hall, Room 114). The date on which this form is completed and filed, not the student's LAST day in class, is the official date of withdrawal that serves as the basis for computing a refund.
Non-attendance in classes does not waive the tuition liability a student incurs at registration. Any student who is unable to file for withdrawal from a course in person may do so by mail. The official date of withdrawal will be the date the letter is postmarked.
The interval between a properly executed application for a refund and receipt of a refund check is usually five weeks. Students dropping courses will be refunded according to the dates within this schedule. Students may receive a 100% of tuition refund for voluntarily withdrawing from a class up to, and not including, the first day of classes. The first day of classes is not the first day of THE STUDENT'S class but, rather, the College's opening day of classes for the semester or session.
As a result of the Higher Education Reauthorization Act, students who are recipients of Federal financial aid are subject to one of the following Federal Refund Policies (subject to change):
Last modified: 9/6/2013