Refund Policy

Students who stop attending class(es) without officially dropping the class(es) may not be eligible for refunds and may receive failing grades. Students requested to withdraw for disciplinary reasons or delinquent attendance may not be eligible for refunds. Students who withdraw from a class(es) using proper procedures may be entitled to a refund on the following basis*:

Prior to first instructional day 100% refund
During first week of quarter 80% refund
During second week of quarter 50% refund
During the third week of quarter 40% refund
After third week of quarter No refund

*The Summer Quarter refund schedule is different, please email for more information

Financial aid recipients who complete zero credits, stop attending, or withdraw from all classes may owe a repayment of the aid for which they were not eligible. This policy applies to all federal and state financial aid, except work-study earnings. The last date the student attended a class or officially withdrew is used to determine the amount of the repayment. For more information, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions section at

Active military personnel or reservists in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces who withdraw, because they are called to active duty during a quarter, will be eligible for a 100% tuition refund for that quarter. A copy of the military orders must be provided. Students required to withdraw during the first half of a quarter because of the student’s medical condition will be eligible for a 100% tuition refund for the quarter. A healthcare provider's statement must be provided. Please email or call 509.793.2089 for more details about this process.