Institutional Refund Policy
- When students register for courses, they become liable for all tuition and fees associated with those courses unless they officially withdraw from the College or drop the courses before the first day of the semester. The Refund Policy below applies to all students who have an active registration on record with the College on the first day of the semester. The Refund Policy applies even in situations where the student may not have attended a class.
- A registered student wishing to withdraw from school must submit a written withdrawal request to the Registrar. The effective date of withdrawal is the date the request is received by the Registrar.
In counting calendar days, if the latest date for acceptance of a withdrawal falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the following Monday shall be the effective date. If the latest date for acceptance of a withdrawal falls on a legal holiday, the next business date shall be the effective date.
- For notice of withdrawal from the College received prior to the first day of the semester, a refund of 100 percent of total tuition received (excluding fees & tuition deposit) will be granted for both full-time and part-time students.
- For notice of withdrawal from the College received on the first day of the semester and through the 14th calendar day of that semester, a refund of 50% of total tuition, (excluding fees) applicable to the course(s) for which the student registered, will be granted for both full-time and part-time students.
- No refund of tuition will be granted for either full-time or part-time students beyond the 14th calendar day after the first day of classes for that semester.
- For withdrawal from a course prior to the first day of the semester (including mid-term or second module classes), 100% of the tuition for that course will be refunded.
- For a reduction in load that occurs on the first day of the semester through the 14th calendar day of that semester, 50% of the difference of the tuition applicable to the original and revised course schedule will be refunded.
Withdrawing from one or more classes after the end of the second week of the semester will not affect a student's enrollment status, tuition cost, or financial aid status for that semester, unless the student officially withdraws from the College or takes an official leave of absence.