Withdrawal Refund Policy

Fall and Spring Semesters

  • The 100% refund period is effective through the close of business on the 8th calendar day from the date classes begin.
  • No tuition refunds are granted beginning on the 9th calendar day from the date classes begin, except in certain cases with medical, military, or other extenuating circumstances.

Summer Term

  • The 100% refund for the Regular Summer Session, Session I and Session II is effective through close of business on the 2nd calendar day from the date classes begin.
  • No tuition refunds are granted beginning on the 3rd day from the date classes begin, except in certain cases with medical, military, or other extenuating circumstances.

Intersession Term

  • No tuition refunds are granted due to the shortened schedule of the course (two weeks), except in certain cases with medical, military, or other extenuating circumstances.
    If a student has received a residual check and will (or has) withdrawn from any course(s), a portion or all of the residual amount may be owed back to the University. Residual check amounts paid to a student in excess of the amount due the student must be repaid to the University before a complete withdrawal will be processed. Students should consult with the Office of Student Financial Aid to determine the effect(s) of withdrawing from any course(s) if financial aid has been applied to the student’s account. Refer to the University website or Schedule of Classes for more information regarding withdrawals.