Tuition and fees for courses dropped during the first two weeks of a term are adjusted in full. After the first two weeks and until four weeks, tuition is prorated based on the number of weeks attended and the total number of weeks in the term. After four weeks, there is no tuition adjustment. A student dropping all courses should refer to the policies for withdrawal listed in the Withdrawal from the College section of this catalog.
Refunds are made only upon the receipt of an official withdrawal form properly completed. To withdraw officially from the College, a student must notify the Provost’s Office in writing of the intent to withdraw. For adjustment purposes, the date of withdrawal is considered the date the College is officially notified of the withdrawal. If a student withdraws with the permission of the Provost within four weeks after registration day, as specified in the official college calendar, tuition, housing, and meal charges are prorated through the week of withdrawal. No adjustment of these charges is made on account of withdrawal after four weeks, except in cases of illness certified by a physician and of students on reserve called for active military duty. In case of illness, tuition, housing, and meal charges are prorated through the week of withdrawal. In case of a call for active military duty, tuition and fees are cleared, and housing and meal charges are prorated through the week of withdrawal.
Credit balances created by loans or financial aid are automatically refunded to the student. All other credits are refunded upon request.