All dropped classes are subject to the refund schedule. For classes dropped:
- prior to the second week of a term, students receive a 100% refund;
- in the second week of a term, students receive a 70% refund;
- in the third week of a term, students receive a 40% refund; and
- in the fourth week of a term, students receive a 20% refund.
|100%||On or before Oct. 6
|No refund after Oct. 27, 2013|
|100%||On or before Jan. 12|
|20%||Jan. 27 - Feb. 2
|No refund after Feb. 2, 2014|
|100%||On or before Apr. 6
|No refund after Apr. 27, 2014|
For more information on refund dates and policies for Summer term, click here
Refund consideration is automatic; no special request is necessary. Action to process a refund cannot begin until after the end of the second week. It may take as many as six additional weeks for the refund to reach the student.
A course may be dropped during the fifth week of the term by using the Special Registration Form, but the course will be recorded on the transcript as a Withdrawn "W " course and full tuition will be charged.
Other Refund Policies
Special Course Fees
Academic departments that charge fees in addition to tuition maintain their own refund schedules for those fees. Students must contact the departments to get approval for refunds.
Any Health Studies special course fee refunds are automatic.
Basic Health Insurance
Fees associated with the purchase of a student health insurance plan are not refundable. Basic insurance fees will be deducted before calculating refunds.
Regular tuition, fees, and surcharges paid by students in special overseas programs are normally nonrefundable.
Dropping All Courses
Completely dropping all classes does not cancel a student's obligation to pay a student loan or the balance of a revolving charge account. Refund calculations are based on the total tuition and fees. Students with outstanding accounts such as short-term loans, deferred tuition notes, and any other financial obligations due the University, will have any refund due them applied against the obligation.
Refund policy and calculation are matters separate from tuition payment arrangements.
Refunds for students on financial aid are credited back to the proper financial aid account. For more information, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid.
The Oregon University System refund policy generally provides for full refund of dropped or withdrawn courses resulting from entering or being called to active duty in the military service within thirty days of withdrawal. No refund is available for course work in which a student has received academic credit or from courses not dropped/withdrawn. For a full refund, the student must make a written request to the Office of Admissions, Registration and Records. Documentation of the military orders is required.
A student voluntarily enlisting in a military service must drop/withdraw according to existing academic policy, procedures and deadlines, or by petition to the Deadline Appeals Board.