Students are issued refunds based upon when they withdraw from
courses. If they withdraw from a course prior to the add/drop
deadline, their account is credited a 100% refund of that course's
tuition. If they withdraw after the add/drop deadline has passed but before tuition cut-off deadline, their account is credited a 50% refund.
Note that non-tuition course fees cannot be refunded, regardless of the date of withdrawal. Note that refunds are credited
to student accounts and will be added to that account's extant
balance; if an account is carrying a positive balance at the time of a
refund, the refund will first be used to pay off that balance. For
example, an account with a $500 balance receiving a $200 refund will
be adjusted to $300, while an account with a $50 balance receiving a
$200 refund will be adjusted to -$150.
Students are refunded in the following circumstances:
When a student withdraws from a course prior to the add/drop date,
they are credited with the full tuition of the course.
When a student withdraws from a course after the add/drop date but
before the tuition cut-off date, they are credited half of the tuition
of the course.
The refund processing is conditional upon the student carrying a
negative balance with the college in question. If, for example, a
student receives a refund for withdrawing from a course but still
carries a positive balance (owing the college money), no refund is