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Withdrawal Adjustment Policy/Schedule

Students who withdraw from the College may be eligible for a reduction of Tuition, Room and Board, and fee charges. To be eligible for such an adjustment, the student must complete a College Withdrawal Form, which is available in the Office of the Registrar. The official date of withdrawal is the most recent date of academic activity which is provided by the student’s instructors to the Office of the Registrar. Mount Ida College adheres to the Higher Education Act of 1992, which requires institutions that participate in Title IV programs to have an equitable and fair refund policy.

Refund Schedule

Returning Students Tuition, Room and Board, and Fees
Returning Undergraduate students withdrawing by the following dates will receive the tuition and fee refund indicated below, excluding non-refundable deposits.

 

Fall Semester Policy
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Prior to September 5, 2017 100 %
By September 19, 201775 %
By October 3, 2017 50 %
By October 17, 201725%
After October 17, 2017 No reduction of fall 2017 semester charges
Spring Semester Policy
Prior to January 16, 2018100 %
By January 30, 201875 %
By February 13, 2018 50 %
By February 27, 201825%
After February 27, 2018No reduction of spring 2018 semester charges

New Students Tuition, Room and Board, and Fees

New Undergraduate students withdrawing by the following dates will receive the tuition and fees refund indicated below, excluding non-refundable deposits.

New Students Tuition, Room and Board, and Fees

Fall Semester Policy
Prior to September 5, 2017100%
By September 13, 2017 90%
By September 19, 201775%
By October 3, 2017 50%
By October 17, 201725 %
After October 17, 2017No reduction of fall 2017 semester charges
Spring Semester Policy
Prior to January 16, 2018100%
By January 23, 201890%
By January 30, 2018 75%
By February 13, 201850%
By February 27, 201825%
After February 27, 2018No reduction of spring 2018 semester charges

Students who fail to withdraw following these procedures are considered to be ” in poor standing.”  This will jeopardize a student’s ability to take courses, transfer to other institutions, and receive grades and/or transcripts.

Any student who has an unpaid balance with the College will not be allowed a transcript nor a diploma until such time as all debt owed to the College has been paid in full.

If efforts by the Office of Student Financial Services to collect the monies owed are unsuccessful, the account may be placed with a collection agency, and if the delinquency persists, that account may be reported to a national credit bureau.  It is the policy of the College to pass on to the debtor all reasonable costs associated with collection of the debt through a collection agency.  If at any time the student believes information concerning payment delinquency is inaccurate, he/she should notify the Office of Student Financial Services at:  1-617-928-4750.

Summer Session I and II Policy

Tuition, Room and Board, and Fees:

  • A student who drops a Summer Session I course prior to the second day of the start of Summer Session I classes is eligible to receive a full refund of tuition and residence hall charges.
  • Any student who drops a Summer Session I course after the second day of class will receive no reduction of tuition and residence hall charges. Failure to attend class does not constitute official course drop/withdrawal.
  • A student who drops a Summer Session II course prior to the second day of the start of Summer Session II classes is eligible to receive a full refund of tuition and residence hall charges.
  • Any student who drops a Summer Session II course after the second day of class will receive no reduction of tuition and residence hall charges. Failure to attend class does not constitute official course drop/withdrawal.

Students who fail to withdraw following these procedures are considered to be “in poor standing.” This will jeopardize a student’s ability to take courses, transfer to other institutions, and receive grades and/or transcripts.

  • If efforts by the Office of Student Financial Services to collect the monies owed are unsuccessful, the account may be placed with a collection agency, and if the delinquency persists, that account may be reported to a national credit bureau. It is the policy of the College to pass on to the debtor all reasonable costs associated with collection of the debt through a collection agency. If at any time the student believes information concerning payment delinquency is inaccurate, he/she should notify the Office of Student Financial Services at (617) 928-4750.

8-week course (non-summer)

Withdrawal Adjustment Policy/Reimbursement of Cost Schedule

This policy applies only to courses that meet for 8 weeks. This policy is limited to withdrawals; proper forms and procedures must be observed to assure full refunds.

Any student who officially withdraws before the class/classes begin is eligible to receive 100% of tuition and fees excluding non-refundable deposits.

Any student who officially withdraws from the class/classes before the 10th calendar day after the start of class is eligible to receive 75% of tuition and fees excluding non-refundable deposits.

Any student who officially withdraws from the class/classes between the 11th and the 15th calendar day after the start of class is eligible to receive 50% of tuition and fees excluding non-refundable deposits.

Any student who officially withdraws from the class/classes after the 15th calendar day after the start of class will receive no reduction in tuition and fees.

Students who fail to withdraw following these procedures are considered to be in “poor standing.” This will jeopardize a student’s ability to take courses, transfer to other institutions, receive grades, and/or transcripts.

If the efforts by the Office of Student Financial Services to collect the monies owed are unsuccessful, the account may be placed with a collection agency, and if the delinquency persists, that account may be reported to a national credit bureau. It is the policy of the College to pass on to the debtor all reasonable costs associated with collection of the debt through a collection agency. If at any time the student believes information concerning payment delinquency is inaccurate, he/she should notify the Office of Student Financial Services at (617) 928-4750.