Refunds for Credit and Non-Credit Courses 2.102
Spring 2020 pandemic refund policy update.
The last day to withdraw from Spring 2020 courses has been extended to the class section semester end date. Read FAQ
Administrative Procedure 2.102
Students must formally withdraw from a course to be eligible for a refund. A tuition refund for credit courses will be granted according to the following schedule. Check Withdrawal Policy
|Length of class in weeks or days||100% Refund||80% Refund||50% Refund||No refund after|
|16 to 8 weeks||1 to 7 days||8 to 14 days||15 to 21 days||21 days|
|7 and 6 weeks||1 to 4 days||5 to 7 days||8 to 10 days||10 days|
|5 to 3 weeks||1 to 3 days||4 to 5 days||6 to 7 days||7 days|
|2 weeks and 1 week||1 day||2 days||3 days||3 days|
|1 day||1 day prior to class starting.||n/a||n/a||1 day|
|Count days Monday through Sunday.|
Enrollment in a noncredit class must be canceled in order for the student to be eligible for a refund. A refund will be granted according to the following:
- Students who drop a noncredit course one or more days before the start of class will receive a 100% refund.
- Students who drop a noncredit course after the first class meeting will not receive a refund.
- A student enrolled in a noncredit course canceled by the College will receive a 100% refund.