Reduction and Refund Policy
This schedule indicates the University's Charge Reduction/Refund Policy for semesters (Policy is located in schedule booklets), subject to revision. Note that the final date to be eligible for a refund or charge reduction differs from the final date to withdraw to avoid receiving F grades.
Charges are adjusted for students who withdraw from the University and students who withdraw from 11 or fewer credit hours. Neither failure to pay nor placing a stop payment on a check constitutes official withdrawals. Students must complete the appropriate withdrawal forms and have the Office of Records staff key the forms in, in accordance with the charge reduction schedule listed below.
Students who register for a full-time schedule and who drop courses such that after the beginning of classes they have a part-time schedule, are not entitled to a charge reduction based on credit-hour charge.
It is the students responsibility to contact an account representative in the Controllers Office to present a copy of the withdrawal/drop form, in a timely manner, and to resolve billing questions.
PoliciesDropping of Classes: Effective Spring 2002
The University will no longer automatically drop courses. A student is responsible for payment of tuition & fees charges for the course in which he/she is admitted, regardless of whether the student attends the course(s). Student must complete and sign an official drop form at the Office of Records and Registration before the official start date for classes if they are not planning to attend to avoid being charged full tuition and fees.