Refunds and Tuition Adjustments
Students who drop or withdraw from a course or courses may be eligible for a tuition adjustment depending on their residency status, when they drop or withdraw from the course, and the number of credits in which they are enrolled. If a student is eligible for a tuition adjustment, they will only get a refund if they have paid tuition. If they have not paid tuition, the amount they owe will be adjusted (eliminated).
Students paying in-state tuition who are eligible for a tuition adjustment/refund will receive a percentage of the tuition of the class or classes from which they are dropping or withdrawing. For example: A 60% tuition adjustment means a 60% tuition refund and 40% tuition payment.
The percentage of the tuition adjustment/refund is based on when they drop or withdraw from the class or classes. Please see the appropriate Academic Calendar for specific deadlines.
Students paying non-resident tuition are not eligible for a tuition adjustment/refund if after dropping or withdrawing from a class or classes, they are still enrolled in 4 credits or more. If the remaining number of credits is 3 or less, the student will be eligible for a tuition adjustment/refund based on the difference between original tuition paid and the tuition of the credits remaining. The exact percentage of the tuition adjustment/refund is based on when students drop or withdraw from the class or classes. Please see the appropriate Academic Calendar for specific deadlines.
Course fees are non-refundable. Student fees are non-refundable unless a student can prove through the petition process that they were never able to access any of the services provided by the student fees.