Refunds

Tuition Refund Guidelines

All requests to drop or withdraw from courses must be made via the online Form 160. Forms will be processed on the date they are submitted and received. All refund calculations are based on receipt by midnight CST (central standard time) on the day of the refund deadline, specified for each class format listed below.

12 week terms-Online, On-Ground, Hybrid Classes:

  • Drop course from the first day of registration-7th day of term: 100%
  • Withdraw from a course: 8th day of term-14th day of term: 80%
  • Withdraw from a course: 15th day of term-21st day of term: 50%
  • Withdraw from a course after the 21st day of term: No Refund

10 week term-On-Ground:

  • 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 the 21st day of term: No Refund

Six Week Courses - On-Ground:

  • 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

Six Week Courses - Online/Hybrid:

  • Drop course BEFORE the second unit or session starts/opens: 100%
  • Withdraw from course: 8th day of term-14th day of term: 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 scheduled class meeting: 100%
  • Withdraw from course BEFORE the third scheduled class meeting: 50%
  • Withdraw from course AFTER the third scheduled class meeting: No Refund

Three Week Classes (3 credit course):

  • 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

Three Week Classes (1.5 credit course):

  • 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

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.

Please note that these dates only apply to the refund schedule. Deadlines and procedures for dropping classes or withdrawing from the University may be found here.

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