RULE NO. 7.320 REFUND POLICY
Refunds of 100% for credit courses will be made until the close of business on the
last day of late registration as listed in the catalog (the date coincides with the last
day to drop courses).
Students whose registration is canceled by official college action will be entitled
to a full refund of tuition and laboratory fees.
Refunds for college credit courses that do not follow the academic calendar:
Students must withdraw prior to the second class meeting in order to be eligible
for a full refund.
Refunds for college credit courses that have four (4) or fewer meetings:
Student must withdraw prior to the first class meeting in order to be eligible for a
Refunds for non-credit courses consisting of three (3) or fewer class meetings:
Students must withdraw before the first class meeting to be eligible to receive a
Refunds for non-credit courses consisting of more than three (s) class meetings:
Students must withdraw before the second class meeting to be eligible to receive
a full refund.
Refund Request Process
An official (Drop/Add/Audit/Withdrawal) form must be completed by the student
requesting a refund, and submitted to the Office of Enrollment Services. Request
for refund of matriculation, tuition, and laboratory fees not allowed under college
policy will be referred to the Student Services Appeals Committee.
EXCEPTIONS TO ESTABLISHED REFUND POLICY
Fees may be refunded when a student drops a course due to any of the following
circumstances deemed to be beyond the control of the student no more than 120
days from the end of the term in which the course was offered:
illness or accident of the student of such severity or duration, as
documented by a licensed physician, 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 semester classes;