Tuition Leave Refund Policy
Undergraduate and Graduate Students: Students who leave the University during or at the end of Term I are not charged for Term II.
Students who leave the University (except under conditions noted below) or change their enrollment status during a term are eligible for tuition payment refunds during the first five weeks of the term according to the following schedule:
Week of Withdrawal Refund Percentage
First two weeks 80%
Third week 60%
Fourth week 40%
Fifth week 20%
If a partial refund is made, no portion of the tuition paid and not refunded is credited toward the total tuition required for the degree. When no refund is made, the four tuition units paid are credited toward the total tuition required for the degree, and the number of terms to which the student is entitled for full-time enrollment is appropriately reduced.
Students who are suspended or dismissed or withdraw when under investigation for misconduct are not eligible for a tuition refund for the term in which the suspension, dismissal or withdrawal occurs.
Federal financial aid recipients are also bound by the Federal refund policy for financial aid funds. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more details.
Course Load Reduction: Students taking an approved course load reduction may choose to do so with a tuition adjustment through the mid-semester deadline. Students should speak with a dean in the office of the Dean of the College to understand and plan for impacts on their degree completion timeline