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Refunds

Refund Due to Overpayment

Once a student has paid for their balance on their student account their e-bill should show a zero term balance. If the balance is negative due to excess financial aid or over-payment then that balance will be refunded to you. Student Accounts strives to get refunds back to students as fast as possible. Below you can see the ways to receive a refund.

Refund Due to Withdraw (Fall/Spring)

Students who drop one or more classes during the first week of the semester during a full Fall or Spring term shall be eligible for a full reduction of tuition and fees of the dropped class(es) if the remaining tuition and fee assessment falls below 12 credit hours for undergraduate students or 9 credit hours for graduate students. After the last day to add or drop classes students must fully withdraw from the university to receive a reduction in tuition and fees. Shortened duration classes must be dropped before the start of the class to receive a reduction. Once a refund is awarded it is refunded by the same means as the an over-payment refund.The chart below shows the percentage refund based on date dropped.

Reduction Schedule

Refund Due to Withdraw (Summer)

Students that drop a Summer term class that has already begun will not be eligible for a reduction in tuition and fees for that class unless they completely withdraw from all Summer term classes and do so within an eligible time period according to the Reduction Schedule below. Once a refund is awarded it is refunded by the same means as the an over-payment refund.

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