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Refunds

Refund Check on Credit Balance

Students with credit balances on their student account may request a refund check by contacting the Office of Student Accounts. No refund check will be issued until all student aid awards are adjusted and/or until such aid is actually received by the College.

For details concerning refunds for non-traditional and graduate programs, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services (585.594.6450).

Withdrawal from College

A. Approved Withdrawal from College

Approved withdrawal means the student has completed the appropriate forms available in the Office of Student Services. Prorated refunds for tuition, room, and some fees are dependent upon the date of withdrawal (see refund schedule under section D). The board (meal) plan charge will be prorated by number of weeks remaining in the semester.

No refunds for: 
   Medical Insurance Fee
   Class Dues 
   Computer Technology Fee

B. Unapproved Withdrawal

A refund will be awarded based on the best information available to us.  This may be the last date of attendance if known, the midpoint of the semester or the known date that a student moved out of campus housing.

C. Dropping Courses

Tuition and some fees are prorated (see refund schedule under section D).

D. Tuition and Institutional Financial Aid Refund Policy for Fall and Spring

* Weeks

1, 2 90%

   Weeks

3, 4 75%

   Weeks

5, 6 50%

   Weeks

7, 8  25%

   Weeks

9+  0%

* Enrolled students are able to make changes to their course schedules through the Registration Office during the drop/add period at the beginning of each semester. These types of changes will incur tuition increases or decreases at a rate of 100%.

E. Tuition and Institutional Financial Aid Refund Policy for Summer Classes

Days

1, 2  90%

Days

3, 4 75%

Days

5, 6 50%

Days

7, 8 25%

Days

9+ 0%

F. Return of Federal (Title IV) Financial Aid

If a student leaves school before the end of the semester, the return of federal financial aid will be based on the guidelines issued by the federal government in the 1998 reauthorization. Federal financial aid will be prorated on a per diem basis using calendar days, with the exclusion of breaks of over 5 days. Once the 60% point of the semester is reached, there is no return of federal financial aid.

G. New York State Aid

New York State aid (i.e., TAP) recipients who are withdrawing from college, or who do not complete all of their courses, should be aware that they may lose their New York State aid for the next semester. For more details, please refer to the section on Satisfactory Academic Progress.



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