Cancellation and Refund Policy:
Rejected Applicants: If an applicant for enrollment is rejected by the
University, all monies paid to The University will be refunded.
Three-Day Cancellation: An applicant who provides written notice of cancellation
within three days (excluding Saturday, Sunday and federal and state holidays) of signing
an enrollment agreement, making their initial payment or first visiting the University,
whichever is the latest act to occur, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid. No
later than 30 days of receiving the notice of cancellation, the University shall provide
the 100% refund.
Other Cancellations: A student has the option to withdraw from the University at
any time by giving notice of their intent to terminate enrollment in writing. In the
absence of the student giving written notification, the student is dismissed from the
University after 14 consecutive calendar days from the last date of attendance, or upon
the failure to return from an approved Leave of Absence.
For purposes of determining refunds, the number of days enrolled is calculated from the
start date to the last date of attendance. The students withdrawal date is either the
date the student notifies the University of their intent to withdraw, or the date the
University determined the student was no longer attending, usually 14 calendar days
after the date of last attendance. Class days missed due to absences are included. Time
out of class due to an approved Leave of Absence, schedule conflict, termination and
re-enrollment, and school closure is excluded.
When a student withdraws from a standard term-based program comprised of a series of
modules, the University must determine whether a Return of Title IV Funds calculation is
required and if so, the length of the period of enrollment or payment period, as
applicable. The Return of Title IV Funds Policy of the U.S. Department of Education
entitles recipients of Title IV aid to retain aid on pro-rata schedule up through
completion of 60% of the semester. After the 60% point in the semester, the recipient is
entitled to 100% of the scheduled aid. A student who terminates prior to the 60% point
may be obligated to pay the University a portion of charges incurred and/or a repayment
to the Title IV programs.