Fee Reversals can be obtained for Tuition and Health Fees.
It is your responsibility, not the instructor’s responsibility, to drop a class by the refund/fee reversal deadline. A refund or reversal of enrollment fees and tuition shall be made in accordance with the schedule listed below for reduction in program or withdrawal from class(es) and shall be initiated upon receipt of a written request submitted by the last day of the semester to the College Business Office.
Refund requests require an audit of record to verify the student's balance. Credit balances may be applied or carried forward to the new term in lieu of a refund. Balances greater than $15 will remain on the your account for up to 3 years and balances $15 and less will remain on the your account for 1 year.
State code defines the drop deadlines required to qualify for fee refund/reversals for short-term classes as on or before 10 percent of the duration of the class.
|Number of Class Meetings:||10% Point
|100% Fee Reversal if Withdrawal
is On or Before:
|8||0.8 = 0||1st day of class|
|19||1.9 = 1||1st day of class|
|29||2.9 = 2||2nd day of class|
|39||3.9 = 3||3rd day of class|
If a class is dropped after the 10% period, but you never attended the class, you may still receive a fee reversal. To apply for a fee reversal you can either apply online or use the following link: Petition for Fee Reversal.
You receive a 100% fee reversal of the health fee upon complete withdrawal from all classes in accordance with the enrollment and tuition fee refund schedule listed above.
Full refunds for parking permits will be made during the first two weeks of the fall/spring semesters and the first week of the summer sessions upon proof of complete withdrawal from school. The parking permits must be attached to a Request For Refund form and submitted to the College Business Office in order to obtain the refund. There is no refund for limited parking permits.
A refund policy for Associated Student memberships has been adopted by the students. This policy provides for full refund during the first week of classes and one-half refund during the second week. No refunds will be made after the second week.