Students will receive full refunds of tuition and fees (excluding the mandatory application fee) if they formally withdraw from the college by the last day to withdraw from classes without academic or financial penalties as listed in the Academic Calendar. The college has partnered with BankMobile, a financial services company, to expedite financial aid disbursements and student refunds by using direct deposit to distribute refunds to students. This ensures students refunds will be available much more quickly and efficiently than with traditional paper checks. For more information visit refundselection.com or see the Student Accounts Specialist or the Cashier.
To view our institution's contract with BankMobile, a Division of Customer Bank, click here.
The college will not issue refunds to students who withdraw from some or all classes after the last day to withdraw from classes without academic or financial penalties.
The college will not issue refunds to students who stop attending classes and do not complete the formal withdrawal process (see Withdrawing from Classes).
If the director of registration and records administratively withdraws students because classes are canceled, because students fail prerequisite courses the previous semester, or because students are academically dismissed at the conclusion of the previous semester, the college will refund the original tuition if the reduction changes their enrollment from 15 hours or more to less than 15 credit hours.
If an administrative withdrawal results in students being withdrawn completely for the semester, the college will refund 100 percent of the tuition and fees (excluding the mandatory application fee).
The college will refund 100 percent of the tuition and fees (excluding the mandatory application fee) paid by students who are reported as No Shows by their instructors (see No Show Policy).