Refund Policy

Refund Policy

The tuition refund policy is based upon the official notice date and enrollment period. NOTE: ABSENTEEISM OR FAILURE TO BEGIN A CLASS DOES NOT REDUCE A STUDENT'S FINANCIAL OBLIGATION.

Official Notice Date
The official notice date is the date the drop/withdrawal form is turned in to the Academic/Administrative Office, the postmarked date of the letter sent to the Academic/ Administrative Office, the date the fax was sent, the date the e-mail was sent, or the date of notice of withdrawal by the College. Refunds will be based on the date of official notice (see the Withdrawal from a Course section).

Enrollment Period
Enrollment period is determined by the registered class.
On-ground classes: enrollment period begins on the Monday of the week that class begins.
On-line classes: enrollment period begins on the Thursday of the week that class begins.

Percentage:
100% Drop- If official notice date is before the first day of the enrollment period (not class start date).
100% Withdrawal-If official notice date is within the first seven days of the enrollment period (not class start date).
50% Withdrawal-If official notice date is after the first seven days of the enrollment period and before the Fifteenth day of the enrollment period.
NO REFUND-If official notice date is after the fourteenth day of the enrollment period.

Refunds on Residence Hall Charges
If a student properly checks out of the residence hall, in good standing, at the end of the academic quarter, or graduates, the $50 deposit may be refunded within 45 days of the student's departure by the campus Business Office. An improper checkout from the residence hall may result in an additional fee not covered by the $50 deposit.
There is no refund on quarterly room charges or room deposits for students who are expelled, dismissed, or move out voluntarily during the quarter (see the Student Housing section).

Refunds
Information regarding the timetable for refunds is available in the Business Office of each campus. Refunds are proccessed using the Baker OneCard system. This card is issued to all new and returning students and must be activated by the student to receive refunds by choosing one of the three methods available: Baker One account, ACH to existing personal bank account, or by paper check. Information regarding the Baker OneCard can be obtained in your campus Business Office or by visiting www.BakerOneCard.com.

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