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Tuition Refund Dates and Schedule
Dropping or withdrawing from a course or courses is a formal procedure that requires action on behalf of the student. A student who wishes to drop or withdraw from a course should do so through the myUVM portal. The date used for determining whether the action is a drop or a withdrawal is the date that action is taken by the student. For more information on how to drop or withdraw, please review the online withdrawal procedure outlined on the Registrar's website.
Note! Students who simply stop attending classes without dropping or withdrawing through myUVM portal will remain enrolled in the course and will likely receive a failing grade on their transcript.
Who does this refund schedule apply to? The following refund schedule applies to Undergraduate and Graduate students and is the same whether the student is withdrawing for medical or non-medical reasons.
Medical Student Tuition Refunds: Medical students who take a leave or withdraw from the COM curriculum will have their tuition charges adjusted on a pro-rated basis based on the length of the courses attempted as compared to the overall length of the semester. Students will be billed the full calculated amount of any attempted courses, clerkships and/or rotations if more than 1/3 of the course has been completed at the time of withdrawal. At the time that a student leaves or withdraws from the COM curriculum, or otherwise adjusts their curricular plan, the Office of Medical Student Education will provide Student Financial Services with detailed information regarding the student's educational plan and timeline and this information shall be used in determining the amount of any tuition refund.
What will be refunded to me? All students who completely withdraw from the University will receive a refund for tuition and fees based on the schedule below. On campus students will also receive a refund for room and board charges according to the schedule below.
Tuition Refund Schedule for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Financial Aid recipients should contact Student Financial Services to determine the impact on their financial aid package, ideally prior to making enrollment changes.
2013-2014 Refund Dates
|Through September 9, 2013||100% refund if course is dropped with no substitution of another course.|
|September 10 through September 16, 2013||50% refund|
|September 17 through September 23, 2013||25% refund|
|September 24, 2013 and beyond||No refund|
|Through January 27, 2014||100% refund if course is dropped with no substitution of another course.|
|January 28 through February 3, 2014||50% refund|
|February 4 through February 10, 2014||25% refund|
|February 11, 2014 and beyond||No refund|
2012-2013 Refund Dates
|Through September 10, 2012||100% refund if course is dropped with no substitution of another course.|
|September 11 through September 17, 2012||50% refund|
|September 18 through September 24, 2012||25% refund|
|September 25, 2012 and beyond||No refund|
|Through January 28, 2013||100% refund if course is dropped with no substitution of another course.|
|January 29 through February 4, 2013||50% refund|
|February 5 through February 11, 2013||25% refund|
|February 12, 2013 and beyond||No refund|
Last modified March 14 2014 03:13 PM