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Withdrawal Policy

Registration at the College is considered a contract binding the student for charges for the entire semester.  The College makes a number of financial commitments based on enrollment.  Many of these commitments do not change even if students subsequently withdraw.  However, in order to accommodate those exceptional situations, which require withdrawal, the College will allow prorated charges (during a specific time frame) to students who follow the official procedures for withdrawing from the College.  Scholarships and other financial aid will be prorated in accordance with appropriate regulations.

Traditional Day Students:

  • Withdrawals before the first day of the term will receive 100% of their charges credited back to their student account.

  • Withdrawals up to the end of the third week of the term will receive a percentage credited to their student account for Tuition.  Please note, charges for the Residence Hall, Meal Plan, Insurance, and other fees will not be prorated.  This percentage is determined by dividing the total number of days the student attended by the total number of calendar days of the payment period (semester).  Financial Aid will be adjusted per Federal and State regulations for that payment period (semester).

  • Withdrawals after the third week of the term will receive NO reduction in institutional charges.  However; the College must continue to return Title IV funds as required by Federal and State regulations for that payment period (semester).

Aspire:

All Aspire students must withdraw from their classes within the first seven (7) days of the term/subterm to receive a credit of the tuition cost.  After this time, the student will be fully charged for the class whether they attend or not.  Financial Aid will be adjusted per Federal and State regulations for that payment period (semester).

 

Please note, withdrawing from the College does not eliminate a balance that you may owe.  Also, withdrawing from the College may cause you to owe additional funds.

The student will receive a letter from the Business Office within 45 days from the date of withdrawal stating what the remaining balance is on the student account.

 

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