Exceptions to Established Refund Policy
Exceptions to the Refund or Withdrawal Policy must be submitted to the Student Services Appeal Committee for
consideration with sufficient documentation as follows:
• illness or accident of the student of such severity or duration that it would preclude a student from being able to
complete current semester classes
• death of the student, or death of an immediate family member of a student (parent, spouse, child, or sibling) that
prohibits the student’s ability to complete current semester classes
• involuntary call to active military duty that would preclude the student from being able to complete the current
• documented administrative error by the college
• other emergency circumstances or extraordinary situations
100% of the lab fee will be refunded through the date shown in the college catalog as the last day to change courses.
Financial Aid Recipients
Financial Aid Repayment Policy applies to students who have received federal, state or institutional financial aid and who
withdraw from all their courses during the term prior to completing 60% of the term. Students may have to restore all or a
portion of their funds to the appropriate financial aid account. The student will be billed accordingly.
UniversityBooksOnline.com Refund Policy
Please see UniversityBooksOnline.com for current refund policy.
Student Financial Aid
Florida Keys Community College prides itself on its personal approach to helping students and their families plan to meet
the costs of attending college. The Financial Aid Office operates with the utmost concern for the student. Students who
qualify for financial aid can attend Florida Keys Community College with a variety of resources from institutional, state,
federal, and other public and private agencies. All students interested in Financial Aid are encouraged to apply as early
as possible to avoid missing important deadlines and funding opportunities and to contact the Financial Aid Office for
Student Eligibility Standards
To be eligible to apply for financial assistance, a student:
1. Must be a U. S. citizen or a permanent resident.
2. Must have completed application for admission or have been admitted to the College, as a degree or certificate
3. Must maintain satisfactory academic progress. For financial aid purposes, a student is considered to be making
satisfactory academic progress if he/she meets the following applicable statements:
• The student maintains cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0
and successfully completes 67% of credit hours attempted.