Withdrawal/Refund Liability Dates

Withdrawals and Refunds:

The College views registration as the student's official statement of intent to enroll for the semester. Therefore, once registered, the student is financially obligated for the payment of all applicable tuition and fees unless a Notice of Intent to Withdraw form is filed in the Office of Academic Advisement on the First Floor of RIC. The date of withdrawal will in every case be considered to be on or after the date on which a Notice of Intent to Withdraw form has been completed. Should a student fail to follow the withdrawal procedure outlined above, no refund will be made.

 

The Tuition Refund Policy for all students for Fall 2013 will be as follows:

FIRST DAY OF FALL 2014 SEMESTER: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2014

Drop/Add Period:  9/2/14 - 9/9/14
0% liability = 100% Refund
 
9/10/14 - 9/16/14
20% liability = 80% Refund
 
9/17/14 - 9/23/14
40% liability = 60% Refund
 
9/24/14 - 9/30/14
60% liability = 40% Refund
 
10/1/14 - 10/7/14
80% liability = 20% Refund
 
10/8/14
100% liability = No Refund
 

If a continuing resident student withdraws from or moves out of the residence halls after the first day of classes, there will be no refund of residence fees. If a resident student withdraws from the college after the first day of classes, residence fees will be refunded in accordance with the tuition refund schedule. If this occurs before the Drop/Add date, the student will be charged a prorated daily amount. The meal plan portion will be refunded on a pro-rated basis from the date a Withdrawal from housing form is submitted to the Office of Residence Life.

 

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