Financial Aid Office - Refund Policy
Fall 2012 Refund Schedule
Drops (Continued Enrollment)
Any student who drops courses within the first twelve (12) days of a Fall or Spring semester and remains enrolled in the University will receive refunds applicable to tuition and fees paid for those courses.
Withdrawals (Discontinued Enrollment)
Any student who officially withdraws from the University will receive a refund calculated according to the following percentage schedule:
|Prior to the first class day||Before Monday, August 27, 2012||100%|
|During the first class week||On or before Friday, August 31, 2012||80%|
|During the second class week||On or before Friday, September 7, 2012||70%|
|During the third class week||On or before Friday, September 14, 2012||50%|
|During the fourth class week||On or before Friday, September 21, 2012||25%|
|After the fourth class week||After Friday, September 21, 2012||0%|
|Refundable fees include tuition and designated tuition only.|
REGULATIONS GOVERNING REFUNDS
Refunds are granted for those fees designated as "refundable". The refundable fees assessed at registration are tuition and the designated tuition fee. These fees are calculated based upon the number of semester credit hours for which a student registers. Refunds of refundable fees are calculated based upon the total amount of fees assessed at registration and not on the basis of the amount of the payment, if a student is paying on an installment basis.
Any student who drops courses within the first twelve (12) days of a Fall or Spring semester or within the first four (4) days of a Summer term and remains enrolled in the University will receive refunds applicable to tuition paid for those courses.
Any student who officially withdraws from the University will receive a prorated refund of applicable fees according to a pre-defined percentage schedule.
Students who register for courses that are either paid for directly through the use of financial aid /assistance is considered enrolled at the University until they officially withdraw through the Office of the University Registrar. Ceasing to attend classes or stopping payment of checks for fees owed without officially withdrawing from the University will result in semester grades of "F". Thus, any remaining balance owed to the University by a student who ceases to attend classes, but who does not officially withdraw through the Office of the Registrar, is still due and NOT subject to reduction.