Dropping a course or totally withdrawing from school according to college policies may result in a refund of tuition and fees. The method of refund is determined by the method of payment.
All refunds will be issued within 30 calendar days of the official drop/withdrawal from the course(s).
|Registration Changes||Drop/Withdrawal from some, but not all classes||Drop/Withdrawal from all classes|
Prior to 1st day of the semester
(through May 17)
1st-5th day of the semester
(May 18 - 22)
6th-10th day of the semester
(May 23 - 29)
|Remainder of the semester||0%||0%|
100% refunds are given after the first five days of the semester when a class is cancelled. Refunds other than the scheduled amount may be given when there is a serious injury or illness, there is college error, or when there is a death in the immediate family. This is done through the petition process. Complete a Refund or Late Withdrawal Petition form at the Business Office, room 2340, West Campus. Supporting documentation may be required. Refund requests must be made by the end of the following semester for the course in question. For additional information, please contact the Business Office at 651.779.3278.
Courses starting after the first 5 days of the semester (May 18 - 22):
If a student completely withdraws from all credits for a term before the 60% point of that term, the financial aid disbursed is subject to the State and Federal Return of Title IV Funds. Students "earn" financial aid in proportion to the time they are enrolled up to the 60% point.
The unearned share of financial aid is returned in the following order: Federal Unsubsidized Direct Loan, Federal Subsidized Direct Loan, PLUS Loan, Federal Pell Grant, Federal SEOG. State financial aid programs are refunded to the Minnesota Office of Higher Education/State of Minnesota. The student may be required to repay a portion of financial aid he/she received.
If a student withdraws before his/her financial aid is disbursed, the student is responsible for the tuition due to the College.
Please contact the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing if you have any questions regarding your possible repayment obligation.