Refunds

Policy for Credit Courses

Withdrawal from a course prior to the first class meeting will result in a 100 percent refund of tuition and fees. For a withdrawal after the first class meeting, tuition and fees will be refunded based on the refund table below.
 
Students must withdraw in EaglesEye or submit a change of enrollment form to the Student Records Office officially withdrawing from any course. The effective date of the change is the date the form is received by the Student Records Office or the date the online withdrawal was processed. Graduation fees are nonrefundable.
 
Complete withdrawals will be processed for refunds as soon as possible. Students may expect to receive refund checks approximately four to six weeks after withdrawal from the college. No cash refunds will be issued.

Spring 2017

This table is based on calendar days, including the first day of class, not on the number of course sessions.
Calendar Block First Day of Class Last Day to Receive 100 Percent Refund Last Day to Receive 50 Percent Refund
Block A (16 week) Jan. 17, 2017 Jan. 30, 2017 Feb. 6, 2017
Block A (8 week) Jan. 17, 2017 Jan. 23, 2017 Jan. 30, 2017
       
Block B (14 week) Jan. 30, 2017 Feb. 9, 2017 Feb. 16, 2017
Block B (12 week) Feb. 13, 2017 Feb. 21, 2017 Feb. 28, 2017
Block B (8 week) Mar. 20, 2017 Mar. 24, 2017 Mar. 31, 2017

Summer 2017

This table is based on calendar days, including the first day of class, not on the number of course sessions.
Calendar Block First Day of Class Last Day to Receive 100 Percent Refund Last Day to Receive 50 Percent Refund
Block A (10 week) May 30, 2017 June 6, 2017 June 13, 2017
Block A (8 week) May 30, 2017 June 5, 2017 June 12, 2017
Block A (5 week) May 30, 2017 June 2, 2017 June 9, 2017
       
Block B (8 week) June 12, 2017 June 16, 2017 June 23, 2017
Block B (5 week) July 3, 2017 July 7, 2017 July 14, 2017

Return of Title IV Funds for Federal Financial Aid Recipients

This policy applies to any student awarded Title IV (federal) financial aid including the following:  Pell Grant, SEOG, Work Study and student/parent Direct Loans.

Students who drop or withdraw from all courses prior to the end date of the course may be subject to a Return to Title IV calculation. Students who receive failing or incomplete grades may also be subject to this calculation. In some cases, this calculation results in a charge back of Title IV (federal) financial aid for which the student is responsible. When the Return to Title IV calculation results in a charge back of Title IV financial aid, the student will receive a letter to their home address indicating the amount charged back, the current account balance, and the students option for repayment. Questions about Return to Title IV calculations may be directed to the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.