Refunds for Resignation or Leave of Absence
In the event of withdrawal, dismissal, resignation, Leave of Absence, or the dropping of classes in a manner that affects student charges, including tuition, room and board, course and other fees, any refund will be calculated on a daily pro-rata basis, using the same schedule utilized to determine the amount of the federal Title IV returns, with the following exceptions:
- If a student withdraws during the first seven calendar days of the semester, the amount of refund of all student charges (tuition, fees, room and board) will be 100 percent.
- If a student withdraws after the 60 percent point of the semester, the amount refunded for charges for tuition, fees, and room will be zero.
- Fees paid to acquire college health insurance are NOT refundable.
- If a student is suspended or dismissed from on-campus housing, there will be no credit of room charges. However, board charges will be credited for each full week of suspension/dismissal from on-campus housing.
NOTE: Ceasing to attend classes does not constitute the dropping of classes or withdrawal from the College. In order to be eligible for a refund/repayment pursuant to the above schedule, a student MUST notify the Dean of Students and the Registrar's Office of his/her withdrawal.