Dropped classes between 12 and 18 credits (full-time status) will not result in a tuition refund. Refunds will be calculated for credits dropped below 12 and over 18 using the Tuition Refund Schedule. With the exception of a complete withdrawal, the refund calculation for full-time students falling below 12 credits will be calculated on a per credit basis using the full-time tuition divided by 12 credits.
Withdrawals prior to the first day of the semester will receive a 100% refund of tuition, fees, and room-and-board as charged less any deposits as per the Tuition Refund Schedule.
Impact on Financial Aid - If you are receiving federal financial aid, e.g., Direct Loans, Pell Grant, SEOG, Parent Plus, or Perkins, and drop/withdraw, your financial aid may be adjusted. You are liable for the debt incurred and your eligibility for future financial aid could be affected. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for more details.
Impact on Health Insurance - Students who are covered by their parent's health insurance generally need to be enrolled full-time (12 or more credits) to maintain coverage. Insurers often request verification of enrollment.