Refunds

Refund Policy

Constantin College of Liberal Arts

Withdrawal Refund Schedule  
Before the first day of class 100%
1st Day of class through the last day of the add/drop period 80%
1st Day of 1st Week after the close of the add/drop period 60%
2nd Week after the close of the add/drop period 40%
3rd Week after the close of the add/drop period 20%
From the 4th week on after the close of the add/drop period 0%

All monies due the University by students at the time of withdrawal become due and payable immediately. To obtain a refund of tuition and refundable fees, students must also return their student identity card. No refunds are made on occasional fees. Resident students must secure clearance from the Office of Student Affairs before refund is made.

The date used to calculate refunds is that on which students present the withdrawal notice to the Registrar’s Office. Certain exceptions to the policies may be approved in specific instances (e.g., when a student is drafted or incurs serious injury or illness). Such matters should be referred to the appropriate Academic Office. Please allow thirty days for processing of refunds.

 

Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts

Students who withdraw from the University during the fall or spring semester with written permission are allowed a return of tuition and refundable fees according to the following schedule; courses taken at the Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture follow a different refund policy.

Withdrawal Refund Schedule Applicants
Before the first day of class 100%
1st Day of class through the last day of the add/drop period 80%
1st Day of 1st Week after the close of the add/drop period 60%
2nd Week after the close of the add/drop period 40%
3rd Week after the close of the add/drop period 20%
From the 4th week on after the close of the add/drop period 0%

All monies due from students at the time of withdrawal become due and payable immediately. To obtain a refund of tuition and refundable fees, students must also turn in their student identity cards. No refunds are made on occasional fees or room rent. Resident students must secure clearance from the Housing Office before refund is made.

The date used to calculate refunds is that on which students present their withdrawal notice to the Dean. Exceptions to the above policies may be approved in specific instances (e.g., when students are drafted or incur serious injury or illness.)

 

Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry

Students who withdraw from the University with written permission during the fall or spring semester are allowed a return of tuition and refundable fees according to the following schedule:

Withdrawal Refund Schedule  
Before the first day of class 100%
1st Day of class through the last day of the add/drop period 80%
1st Day of 1st Week after the close of the add/drop period 60%
2nd Week after the close of the add/drop period 40%
3rd Week after the close of the add/drop period 20%
From the 4th week on after the close of the add/drop period 0%

For courses not taken in fall or spring, contact the School of Ministry for the withdrawal refund schedule.

All monies due from students at the time of withdrawal become due and payable immediately. To obtain a refund of tuition and refundable fees, students must also turn in their student identity cards. No refunds are made for fees.

The date used to calculate refunds is that on which students present their withdrawal notice to the Dean. Exceptions to the above policies may be approved in specific instances (e.g., when students are drafted or incur serious injury or illness.)

 

Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business

All requests to drop or withdraw courses must be received in the Office of Student Records by midnight CST (central standard time) on the day of the refund deadline, specified for each class format listed below.

12 Week Term Online, On-Ground, Hybrid Courses  
Drop course from the first day of registration-7th day of term 100%
Withdraw from course: 8th day of term-14th day of term 80%
Withdraw from course: 15th day of term -21st day of term 50%
Withdraw from course after 21st day of term No Refund
10 Week Term On-Ground Courses  
Drop course from the first day of registration-7th day of term 100%
Withdraw from course: 8th day of term-14th day of term 80%
Withdraw from course: 15th day of term -21st day of term 50%
Withdraw from course after 21st day of term No Refund
6 Week Term On-Ground Courses  
Drop course from the first day of registration-7th day of term 100%
Withdraw from course: 8th day of term-14th day of term 50%
Withdraw from course after the 15th day of term No Refund
Online/Hybrid Courses  
Drop course BEFORE the second unit or session starts/opens 100%
Withdraw from course BEFORE the third unit or session starts/opens 50%
Withdraw from course AFTER the third unit or session starts/opens No Refund
Intensive Classes (Meet 6 Saturdays, all day, and week-long courses)  
Drop course BEFORE the second unit or session starts/opens 100%
Withdraw from course BEFORE the third unit or session starts/opens 50%
Withdraw from course AFTER the third unit or session starts/opens No Refund
3-Week Classes (1.5 Hour Courses)  
Drop course BETWEEN the first day of registration to midnight CST on the day following the first scheduled class 100%
Withdraw from course by midnight CST on the 3rd day following the first scheduled class 50%
Withdraw from course after midnight CST on the 3rd day following the first scheduled class No Refund
3-Week Classes (3 Hour Courses)  
Drop course BETWEEN the first day of registration to midnight CST on the day following the first scheduled class 100%
Withdraw from course by midnight CST on the 2nd day following the first scheduled class 80%
Withdraw from course by midnight CST on the 3rd day following the first scheduled class 50%
Withdraw from course after midnight CST on the 3rd day following the first scheduled class No Refund

Due to the convenience of our course offerings, there may be classes that do not seem to fit into one of these categories. Please contact the Office of Student Records for clarification on specific refund schedules before classes begin.

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