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Refunds

Refund checks will be issued after the fourth week of class and mailed to your address on file. These checks will be for overpayments resulting from dropped or canceled classes and any financial aid that can be disbursed directly to you. After this initial disbursement, the accounting office will issue refunds biweekly.

Tuition and fee charges will be reduced and any overpayments will be refunded 100% under the following conditions:

  • Class is cancelled by a college official.
  • A student drops a course(s) meeting 12 weeks or longer no later than 10 instructional after the beginning of the semester.
  • A student drops a course(s) meeting 8-11 weeks no later than 5 instructional days after the beginning of the semester/module.
  • A student drops a course(s) meeting 3-7 weeks no later than the first instructional day of the course.
  • A student drops a course(s) meeting less than 3 weeks prior to the first instructional day of the course.

Drop periods to avoid charges for full semester and module classes are as follows:

  • The first 10 instructional days (5 instructional days for summer term) for semester long classes in
    Academic Year 2021-2022
    Fall 2021: August 23 – September 3
    Spring 2022: January 10 – January 24
    Summer 2022: June 6 – June 13
  • The first five instructional days for Module 1 classes in
    Academic Year 2021-2022
    Fall 2021: August 23 – August 27
    Spring 2022: January 10 – January 14
  • The first five instructional days for Module 2 classes in
    Academic Year 2021-2022
    Fall 2021: October 18 – October 22
    Spring 2022: March 14 – March 18

No refund/repayment will be authorized for withdrawals or changes made after the respective drop period. Additionally, no refund / repayment will be issued if:

  • A student is withdrawn by the College for disciplinary reasons.
  • A student is withdrawn by the College for non-attendance.
  • A student has financial obligations to the College.

Financial aid recipients should review the refund/repayment policy in the Student Financial Assistance section of the catalog.