This page explains who is eligible for a refund if they drop a credit class. If you know that you are eligible, see Refund Procedure.
For information on LifeLong Learning class refunds,
visit the LifeLong Learning website.
If you are seeking an exception to the policy, please fill out and submit a Refund Exception Form.
Refund Exception Form - Credit Classes (PDF) .
Refunds are only processed after a student has officially dropped a class(es) or a class is cancelled by the
College. If a class is officially dropped, a student is eligible for a refund of tuition as follows:
No refund is made if withdrawal occurs after two-thirds of the session has transpired, regardless of circumstances.
- The refund deadline for courses scheduled for 12 or more weeks will be the 12th calendar day of the session.
- The refund deadline for courses scheduled for sessions of two to eleven weeks will be one calendar day for each week
the course is scheduled to meet, e.g., ten days for ten week courses, five days for five week courses, etc.
- The refund deadline for courses scheduled to meet in parts-of-term of less than two weeks in length will
be before the first class meeting.
- If the refund deadline falls on a non-business day of the college, the refund deadline will be set as the
next official business day.
- The refund deadline does not apply to course section changes or to instructor approved course level changes
processed within a part-of-term.
- Students dropping and adding courses after the
official refund deadline are not eligible for a refund and
must pay the tuition for the added classes.
- A full refund of tuition may be administratively granted upon official withdrawal of the student for the
following extenuating circumstances during the first two thirds part-of-term/semester:
- Induction of the student into the U.S. or foreign Armed Services
- Death of a spouse, child, parent, or legal guardian of the student
- Death of the student
- Verifiable error on the part of the College
- Verifiable incapacity, illness, or injury which prevents the student from returning to school
for at least four (4) weeks of the semester
Note: Not every medical situation will qualify for a refund, especially if the student received a refund for
the same medical condition in a prior semester. Pregnant students should not expect a refund if their expected
date of delivery is before their classes end.
- All fees except technology/enrollment fee are non-refundable.
Financial Aid Refund Policy
Students who receive any Title IV funding owe a pro-rata refund if they withdraw prior to completing 60 percent of the semester. By federal regulations, pro-rata refunds must be returned in the following order:
1. Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan
2. Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan
3. Federal Plus Loan
4. Federal Pell Grant
5. Federal SEOG
6. Other Title IV funds
7. Other federal sources
8. State, private, or College aid
Find out more about refunds and your financial aid.