Refund Policy

Undergraduate

To receive a refund, a student must officially withdraw from the university. Charges shall continue up to the day the student begins the official withdrawal process. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the Student Engagement Office to begin the official withdrawal process. This policy applies to all traditional undergraduate students and terms of enrollment (i.e., commuters, residents, full-time, part-time, and summer school).

1. Tuition, room, and board will be refunded according to the following schedule:

Before classes begin100% (including fees)
During 1st Week75%
During 2nd Week50%
After 2nd WeekNo Refund

2. There will be no refund of fees.

3. Federal funds shall be returned per federal policies at the time of withdrawal. Students withdrawing before completing 60% of a semester may owe additional funds due to the loss of federal aid. Students are urged to consider this factor before deciding to withdraw from school.

4. Institutional aid shall be prorated by the same schedule as mentioned in item #3 above.

5. Private scholarships will be used to pay any remaining balance.

Graduate School Refund Policy.


Online Undergraduate

To receive a refund, a student must officially withdraw. The student must contact their Advisor to begin the official withdrawal process. Charges shall continue up to the day the student begins the official withdrawal process.

Tuition will be refunded according to the following schedule:

Before class begins100% refund (including fees)
Participating, then dropping during the 1st week75% refund
Participating, then dropping during the 2nd week50% refund
Participating, then dropping after the 2nd week, or laterNo Refund

Students who do not participate by the end of the 2nd week of class will be administratively withdrawn from the course and will receive a 100% refund.

This school policy applies to all students:

  • There will be no refund of fees after classes begin.
  • Federal funds shall be returned in accordance with federal policies at the time of withdrawal. Students withdrawing prior to completion of 60% of a semester may owe additional funds due to the loss of federal aid. Students are urged to consider this factor prior to making the decision to withdraw from courses.
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