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Refunds and account adjustments

Here, you will find detailed information on policies related to refunds and student account balances.

Account balance and overpayment

If there’s a credit on your account—often, because you paid for a course and then dropped it—complete the Student Account Overpayment Form and submit it to Student Services.

outstanding accounts

The College maintains an account for each student. If you have fees owing from a previous term, you will be unable to register for courses or apply for admission. You will also not be issued an official transcript nor be permitted to graduate until your outstanding fees are settled.

Adjustment of Accounts

In the event of an increase of course load during the term, additional charges are added at the full course fee regardless of when the course is added. If you reach 3 or more credit and/or audit hours by adding a course later in the term (e.g., thesis, comprehensive exam, Distance Education course), you will be subject to pay all student fees.

Schedule of Refunds

fall and winter terms

For precise deadlines, please consult the Calendar of Important Dates or the Student Contract that accompanies each registration form.

Unless otherwise indicated on the course syllabus, the deadlines to receive a refund for dropping a course, reducing the number of credit hours in a course, or changing from credit to audit follow these guidelines:

 Refund  Deadline
 100%  Friday of the 2nd week of term
 75%  Friday of the 5th week of term

No further refunds are available after the 75% refund deadline. The deadline to make any of these changes, without refund, is Friday of the seventh week of the term. After this latter date, you will be said to have attempted the course and are committed to receive a grade.

Please note that the Registration Fee is non-refundable and that the Students Fees are non-refundable after the Early Registration deadline for the Fall and Winter terms.

spring and summer sessions

Unless otherwise indicated on the course syllabus, the deadline to receive a refund for dropping a course, reducing the number of credit hours in a course, or changing from credit to audit follow these guidelines:

 Course Length  Refund  Deadline
 1 week  100%  Day 1
   75%  Day 2
 2 weeks  100%  Day 2
   75%  Day 4
 3 weeks  100%  Day 3
   75%  Day 6
     

No further refunds are available after the 75% refund deadline. The deadline to make any of these changes, without refund, is the last day of the class. After this latter date, you will be said to have attempted the course and are committed to receive a grade.

Please note that the Registration Fee is non-refundable.

refunds for withdrawal from a thesis or ipiat

Refunds for students who have been granted a Withdrawal from a thesis or an IPIAT are as follows:

Refund Deadline
100% if the Withdrawal is applied for within the term it was first registered
75% if the Withdrawal is applied for in the term immediately after the term it was first registered

No refund will be issued after this second term. You will receive a 100% refund on your binding deposit or handling fee. As of the third term after the term of initial registration, you may not withdraw from a thesis or an IPIAT and are committed to receive a grade.

general notes

The schedule of refunds for courses held at irregular times will be published on the course syllabus. All deadlines are 4:30 pm (Student Services Office closure) on the dates indicated. In the case of requesting a refund (e.g., due to dropping a course), please allow up to thirty days for processing.