Requests for withdrawal must be submitted in writing to the Registrar/SASC offices. In determining the percentages of refund, the effective date of withdrawal will be the date on which the Registrar/SASC offices receive notice of withdrawal in writing, rather than the last day of class attendance. Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal. The $30.00 registration fee and parking permit fee are not refundable. Laboratory and technology fees are not refundable after classes begin and, therefore, are not subject to pro-ration. Please refer to the current University Bulletin for complete withdrawal procedures. Students receiving Title IV funds are subject to Federal Regulatory Refund Policies.
The following information explains tuition adjustments.
Withdrawal prior to and within the first week of classes 100%
Withdrawal within the second week of classes 60%
Withdrawal within the third week of classes 40%
Withdrawal within the fourth week of classes 20%
Withdrawal after the fourth week of classes 0%
Withdrawal prior to class 100%
Students withdrawing after classes begin, but within the first week, will be refunded tuition according to the following:
Session of three weeks or less 0%
Session of four weeks or more 50%
There are no refunds given after a course has started. If you withdraw in writing before the first class meets, you will receive full tuition credit. The $30.00 registration fee is non-refundable.
Any student failing to pay his or her account fees with the University on or before the day it is due may be excluded from all classes, lectures, laboratories, examinations, co-curricular activities, and graduation until such payment is made. The student may also be denied grades, transcripts, diplomas, and the opportunity to register for subsequent terms if payment is not made when due or if the student's debt to the University is discharged in bankruptcy proceedings. A default charge of 1.5 % per month on any unpaid balance may be charged until all fees are paid in full. If, in the judgment of the University, it becomes necessary to engage the services of a collection agency or attorney to obtain payment, the student must pay all collection agency or attorney fees, reasonable expenses, and other costs incurred, to the maximum extent allowed by Connecticut law.