Students who wish to withdraw from any or all of their classes are advised to file their course withdrawals promptly with the Registrar’s office. Students should consult with the financial aid and business offices before they stop attending classes.

Students who receive Title IV aid (PELL, SEOG, Stafford loans) and withdraw from all classes may have their awards reduced and will be responsible to repay any aid disbursed that they are subsequently ineligible to receive. Refunds are paid in the following order: Federal Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized), PLUS Loans, Pell, SEOG Grants, required refunds of other federal, state, private, or institutional assistance, to the student.

Tuition and Fees:

A portion of tuition and fees will refunded to a student who officially withdraws from class within the first three weeks of the semester for full-semester classes or 18.75% of the class for shorter than full-semester classes as follows

Full Semester Classes


Shorter than Full Semester Classes

Within 7 calendar days


Within 6.25% of length of class

Within 14 calendar days


Within 12.5% of length of class

Within 21 calendar days


Within 18.75% of length of class

After 21 calendar days


After 18.75% of length of class

Students who drop courses but maintain their full-time status will only be refunded student fees and institutional fees according to the above policy. Student insurance fees will only be refundable within the first seven calendar days. NO refunds will be made to students who do not officially drop or withdraw from classes, or whose misconduct has resulted in suspension or dismissal from the College.