Tuition and Refund Policy
Students are not officially registered for classes until all tuition and fees are paid.
- Tuition and student fees are due two (2) weeks before the start of each quarter
- Classes registered for after the tuition due date must be paid within 24 business hours after the time of registration.
The Cashier’s office must be notified of tuition and fees being paid by any third party (i.e. organization/agency, private/alternative student loan, scholarship, non-profit agency, state agency or financial institution) by contacting the Cashier’s office at (360) 596-5246 to avoid being dropped from your classes.
You may verify that payment has been made by viewing your quarterly class schedule. Payment details post at the bottom of your schedule.
IF TUITION IS NOT PAID BY THE TUITION DUE DATE, YOU WILL BE DROPPED FROM YOUR CLASSES.
Payments can be made by coming to the Cashier's Office in Building 25.
Tuition Due Dates
- Summer Quarter 2012 – June 18, 2012
- Fall Quarter 2012 – September 10, 2012
- Winter Quarter 2013 – December 17, 2012
- Spring Quarter 2013 – March 18, 2013
A student must officially withdraw from a class to receive a refund. Refunds take five to ten business days to process.
Web Registration ends at 5 P.M. on the 4th day of the quarter.
All Add/Drop/Withdrawals must be done in person after the 4th day of the quarter.
- Withdrawals during the first five (5) instructional days of the quarter receive a 100% refund
- Withdrawals occurring from the sixth (6th) through the twentieth (20th) calendar day of the quarter receive a 40% refund
- Withdrawals occurring after the twentieth (20th) calendar day of the quarter receive no refund
Students receiving financial aid assistance must consult with Student Financial Services prior to withdrawing. Students receiving Educational Benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs will have enrollment changes reported directly to the DVA.
Current deadlines for refunds are listed on the Admissions and Registrations Calendar.
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