All students must officially withdraw from classes in order to receive a full or partial refund. To officially withdraw, a student must complete a Drop/Add/Withdrawal form and turn it in to the Student Records Office located on the Airport and Beltline campus.
Web enabled students may officially withdraw via the web through the end of schedule change. After schedule change, students must come to either the Airport or Beltline Student Center Records Office.
Payment will be required if a student does not attend class(es) (no show) and does not officially withdraw. If your classes were held by Financial Aid and you do not attend (no show), Financial Aid will be removed and you will be held responsible for tuition and fees. Students will be billed for classes and the debt will be processed through the College's collection procedures, if payment is not received.
Refunds will take approximately 3-4 weeks to process. The amount of the refund will be based on when the completed form is received by the Students Records Office, according to the Institutional Refund Schedule below. All fees are non refundable.
Students must process the Drop/Add/Withdrawal Form during the established timeframe to be eligible for a refund of tuition.
The effective date of the student-initiated withdrawal will be the date the form is received in the Records Office.
Courses will be deleted from the system for students who process the Drop/Add/Withdrawal Form during the 100% refund period, and no grade will appear on the student's transcript.
The amount of the refund will be based on the date the completed form is received by the Records Office, according to the following schedule:
|Withdrawal or Net Reduction of Credit Hours||
Percent of Refund
For Full Term
|1st - 5th instructional day of the term|
|6th - 10th instructional day of the term|
|11th - 15th instructional day of the term|
|After 15th instructional day of the term|
Refunds for terms that vary in length from the semester term (i.e. Summer, Session I & II, Fast Track I & II, 10 Week Sessions, Weekend, and 7 Week Session) will be in proportion to the semester term refund schedule. Specific dates and percentages for each term are listed in the Class Schedule and on the Midlands Technical College webpage on "Refunds."
Summer 2013 Term
Refund Dates and other important information Tuition and Fees are subject to change.
Fall 2013 Term Refund Dates and other important information
Tuition and Fees are subject to change.
Refunds for terms that vary in length from the semester term will be in proportion to the semester-term refund schedule.
Students who receive federal financial aid will earn the entire award after 60% of the term has been completed.
Credit balance for tuition refunds to
federal financial aid recipients will not be issued until the student completes
60% of the term.
Any student who completely withdraws prior to 60% of the term will owe a portion of tuition and fees to the college, based on the length of time the student was enrolled. Immediate repayment is required.
A student may also owe the federal government a
portion of federal funds disbursed. Immediate repayment may be
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