Refund Policy | Consumer Information

Refunds

Only limited refunds can be made when a student withdraws from the College. Advance deposits are not refunded in any instance.

The financial aid of a student who does not complete the semester for any reason will be reduced in accordance with mandatory federal guidelines. All questions concerning refund amounts should be addressed to the student accounts office.

Withdrawal Due to Health Reasons or Military Service

In the event of an approved withdrawal for health reasons, a refund of tuition and fees is provided according to the following schedule:

  • During the first two weeks of the semester 80%
  • During the third or fourth weeks 50%
  • During the fifth or sixth weeks 20%
  • After the sixth week No Refund

No refund is given for the room charge, but a portion of the residential fee may be prorated. Confidential written documentation in support of a medical withdrawal must be provided by a physician or other certified medical practitioner to the associate dean for academic affairs in order for this schedule to apply. In most cases, the supporting documentation must be received within two weeks after the withdrawal date.

Withdrawal Due to Personal Reasons

In the event of an approved withdrawal for personal reasons, a refund of tuition and fees is provided according to the following schedule.

  • During the first two weeks of the semester 50%
  • During the third or fourth weeks 25%
  • After the fourth week No Refund

No refund is given for the room charge, but a portion of the residential fee may be prorated.

Mandatory Withdrawal

In the event of a disciplinary suspension or administrative withdrawal, refunds are generally treated as a withdrawal due to personal reasons.