Students who withdraw after the term begins or otherwise fail to complete an enrollment period will be refunded the comprehensive fee on a prorated basis according to the schedule below. Declining Balance will be refunded the lesser of the unspent balance or in accordance with the refund policy.
|Withdrawal 1st & 2nd Week:||75% Refund|
|Withdrawal 3rd Week:||50% Refund|
|Withdrawal 4th Week:||25% Refund|
|After end of 4th Week:||No Refund|
Students who withdraw for documented medical reasons will not receive a refund. The student will receive a prorated credit for room and board based upon the number of weeks remaining in the term. Upon return to the College, the student will be allowed to make up their courses by taking up a fourth course(s) or summer course(s) or if necessary by completing a 13th term and having the tuition fee waived.
If the student does not plan to return for the next term, he/she must notify the Dean of Students Office in writing by the last day of the current term. Neither failure to pre-schedule or register, non-payment of the term bill, nor a request for a transcript constitute official notice of withdrawal or leave of absence.
Delinquent accounts are referred to credit bureaus and a collection agency. If any overdue obligation is referred to an outside agency or to an attorney for collection efforts and/or legal suit, the debt is increased to cover all reasonable costs of collection, including interest, penalties, collection agency fees, court costs and attorney fees.