A student who officially drops a class during the first week of the regular ten-week session will be entitled to a full refund of tuition and fees, with the exception of the New Student Application Fee. A student who drops during subsequent weeks will be refunded at the following rates:
AFTER THE FIFTH WEEK, NO REFUND IS DUE.
- WEEK 2 - 80%
- WEEK 3 - 60%
- WEEK 4 - 40%
- WEEK 5 - 20%
For current refund rates check the "Current Refund Schedule
The refund schedule is based on the beginning date of the session and continues for five (5) consecutive weeks.
For sessions that are less than ten weeks duration, the refund schedule will be stated in the session’s
To be considered official, the class drop must be in writing and signed by the student requesting the drop; no drop is accepted verbally. The official date of the drop is the date the written notice is formally received by the University, NOT the postmark date or the date stated in the notice. The University's record concerning a drop is indisputable unless the student can provide reliable evidence of an earlier receipt date.
An offcial drop may be submitted by completing the
Request for a Change of
or by written notice containing the student's name and signature, ID#, and course to be dropped. The notice may be faxed, mailed, or hand delivered to the University. (Refer to "Contact
" for the University's fax information.) For the student's convenience, the notice may be submitted in the Admission/Student Advising Office
(Garland or Frisco) or placed in one of the designated drop boxes located inside and outside the