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Tuition

Refunds

To Receive a Refund of Tuition, the Following Must Occur

Officially* withdraw from state support class(es):

For classes that begin the first week of the quarter:

Winter

  • Jan. 10 last day for a 100% refund
  • Jan. 24 last day for a 50% refund 

Spring

  • Apr. 11 last day for a 100% refund
  • Apr. 25 last day for a 50% refund

For classes that start after the first five days of the quarter:

  • 100% refund before the class begins
  • 50% refund during the first 20% of the class meeting times, but not after the 20th calendar day of the quarter

Officially* withdraw from self-support class(es)

For classes that meet in person, and are identified as self-support:

  • 100% refund through the first day of class

For classes that meet online, and are identified as self-support:

  • 100% refund on or before the first day of the quarter only

Full refunds are given for cancelled classes.

*Registration forms for this purpose are available online and in the Enrollment Services Office. Students withdrawing from all classes must also withdraw from the ORCA Bus Pass, if they signed up for it, before a refund will be processed. Please see the EdPass/ORCA Card FAQ page for more information regarding refunds for the ORCA card

No Refunds Are Given Under the Following Conditions

Unusual or Extenuating Circumstances

Students who experience extenuating circumstances, beyond their control, that prevent them from completing the quarter may be eligible for a withdrawal and a 100% refund of tuition and fees paid.  Withdrawal and refunds under this condition usually require a complete withdrawal from all classes.  To qualify, students must do the following:

Disbursement of Refunds

Refunds are made within 30 days of withdrawal, class cancellation or approval of extenuating circumstances.  Refunds are mailed to students who paid by cash or check, or returned to the credit card used to pay the tuition.

For students receiving financial aid:  Refunds may be returned to the grant or loan programs as required by federal and state regulations.  Students who complete less than 60 percent of the quarter may owe a repayment to the college and/or the grant programs that provided the funding.