There are several reasons a student may become eligible for a refund.
- Financial aid may exceed the charges on a student's account.
- A student's account balance may decrease after a payment is made or after financial aid has been applied.
- A graduate student, part-time day student, or Continuing and Professional Studies student may drop a course within the tuition refund period.
- A full-time undergraduate may drop a summer or winter term course within the tuition refund period.
- A student may inadvertently overpay his or her account.
- A student may qualify for a refund after withdrawal from the University.
To learn more about refunds, please click on the appropriate link below.
- Learn about eligibility requirements for a refund.
- Learn about available methods for receiving a refund.
- Learn about factors that affect the timing of a refund.
- Find out how you will be notified that a refund has been processed.
- Read answers to frequently asked questions about refunds.
- Read examples of Federal Student Aid (Title IV) refunds, a special category for students whose federal aid exceeds the charges on the account.
- Read information on the tuition refund policy for students who withdraw from a course or from the University.
- Log into TouchNet, the online bill payment system.
If you still have questions after reviewing all of the refund information on our webpages, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.489.2376.