Regular Academic Term credit courses (standard 10 - week session during Fall, Winter, and Spring terms): The following refund schedule is established starting from the day on which classes begin for the term.
Notification of withdrawal or cancellation should be sent to the Division of Extended Programs or the Registrar's Office and must be in writing. Refunds are processed out of the Business Office. An appeals process is available for students who believe that their circumstances warrant exceptions to the published policy.
Regular Summer Credit Courses: Summer Session students receive a full refund for course load reduction if they submit their Add-Drop form and Fee Billl receipt to the Registrar's Office by the class meeting day listed below. No Refund is made for courses dropped after those dates. Note: Students receiving Federal Aid are refunded according to the Federal Finanacial Aid Guidlines.
Self-Sustaining Credit Courses: Students in self-sustaining programs receive a full refund for course load reduction if they notify the Division of Extended Programs in writing by the class meeting day listed below. (Note: Envelope postmark will determine actual date for drop purposes.)
No refund is made for courses dropped after those dates.
Students enrolled in courses recieve full refunds (100%) if courses are cancelled.
I. Summer Session and Self-Sustaining Credit Courses:
II. Non-Traditional/Short Term Credit Classes (Evenings, Weekends or Irregularly Scheduled Classes Meeting Over an Extended Period of Time):
III. Non-Credit Self-Sustaining Courses Excluding Fitness:
No refunds are given for credit overlay course enrollments unless the course is canceled; then a full refund is automatically issued.
Division of Extended Programs (DEP) 503.838.8483 V/TTY or 1.800.451.5767| or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | or fax: 503-838-8473