Student Financial Services
Online/Hybrid Course Refund Policy
A Guide for Online Students
Refund Policy for Online and Hybrid Programs
The date on which a student notifies the Office of the Registrar of his or her complete withdrawal in writing will be used as the basis for determining tuition refund. Please refer to your department for exact dates. The student will need to contact his or her Student Financial Services (SFS) counselor to discuss the financial implications of the withdrawal. The student may need to receive an official withdrawal code from the SFS counselor to complete the process.
Tuition and Fees:
100% refund on or before the scheduled drop/add deadline for the period of enrollment (up until midnight EST)
0% after the scheduled drop/add deadline for the period of enrollment
Please be aware
If withdrawing from only D1, the student is required to provide a written statement to the college indicating their intent to attend the future class within that term.
If you are attempting to withdraw from the entire semester and you are using financial aid, it will be beneficial for you to first drop your D2 course and on the following day you can withdraw from your D1 course.
For details, see this page in our catalog.
Drop Vs. Withdrawal - What is the difference?
Drop: Remove a course during the designated drop/add period.
Withdraw: Cease attending or leave a course after the designated drop/add period.
If you have any questions about this policy and how it applies to your specific situation, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at email@example.com or (315) 792-3179. We'll be glad to help.
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