Withdrawal Procedures, Deadlines & Refund Policy (Spring)

(Spring 2014)

Drop/Withdrawal Policy
Courses dropped through the Final Add/Drop deadline will be removed from the records. Courses withdrawn after the Final Add/Drop deadline through the ninth week of the semester will be recorded as WD's.

Adjustments of tuition and fees and Non-Academic Withdrawal Policy

Drop/Withdrawal/Refund Schedule for SPRING 2014 Classes

100% Refund during the first week of the semester for full term courses and prior to the third class meeting for all short term courses and other courses that meet less than full term (courses dropped).

50% Refund during the first third of the semester for full term courses or its equivalent for short term courses and other courses that meet less than full term (courses recorded as WD).

No Refund
after the first third through the ninth week of the semester for full term courses (courses recorded as WD). No refund after the first third until the midpoint for courses that meet less than full term (courses recorded as WD).

FULL SEMESTER COURSES
(meeting January 21, 2014 - May 14, 2014)

100% refund  -
January 27, 2014  
100% refund  -
January 28, 2014 - FOR COURSES MEETING ON MONDAY ONLY  
50% refund  -
February 24, 2014  
0% refund  -
April 1, 2014  

FIRST HALF OF SEMESTER (SHORT TERM I)
(meeting January 21, 2014 - March 19, 2014)

100% refund  -
Prior to third class meeting
50% refund  -
February 6, 2014
0% refund  -
February 17, 2014

SECOND HALF OF SEMESTER (SHORT TERM II)
(meeting March 20, 2014 - May 14, 2014)

100% refund  -
Prior to third class meeting
50% refund  -
April 7, 2014
0% refund  -
April 16, 2014

OTHER SHORT TERM COURSES AND COURSES THAT MEET LESS THAN FULL TERM

100% refund  -
Drop prior to the third class meeting
50% refund  -
Withdrawal after the third class meeting  and up to the first third of the course
0% refund  -
Withdrawal after the first third of the course and up to the midpoint of the course

 

Upon official withdrawal, tuition and fees will be refunded according to the schedule above.

Contact the Office of the Registrar for withdrawal dates and deadlines for FULL YEAR COURSES.

Students who drop a course through WESS are responsible for reviewing their schedule to make certain that they have indeed dropped the course.

Students may also drop a course by submitting a written withdrawal request either by mail, fax (973) 655-7371, or by completing a Withdrawal Form. Withdrawal Forms are available in the Office of the Registrar, College Hall - Room 204 or online. Please note the Office of the Registrar has a mail slot in which written requests may be submitted during non-office hours. Requests received before 8:30am on the morning after any deadline, will be accepted as meeting the specific deadline. For written withdrawals submitted, students will be given or sent acknowledgement. Any student who fails to receive such acknowledgement within one week should immediately notify the Office of the Registrar.

NOTIFICATION TO THE INSTRUCTOR OR A "STOP PAYMENT" OF A CHECK DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL FROM THE UNIVERSITY OR WITHDRAWAL FROM INDIVIDUAL COURSES.

The refund schedule refers to the percent reduction applicable to refundable charges only. Refunds for course withdrawals submitted in writing will be calculated based on the date of receipt of withdrawal, or from the date of the U.S. Postmark for those received through U.S. mail. All refunds are processed within these established deadlines, without exception. Tuition and fees are refunded in full if classes are discontinued by University authorities. Students who do not drop their courses according to the above procedures will receive the grade of "F" in those courses they ceased to attend and will be responsible for all tuition and fees associated with those courses.

Withdrawal Procedures from the University

Undergraduate Students wishing to withdraw from the University must complete an official Withdrawal/Leave of Absence form with the Center for Advising and Student Transitions, Morehead Hall Room 120. Students must withdraw from all of their classes via WESS prior to submitting the Withdrawal/Leave of Absence form.

Graduate Students requesting a leave of absence or withdrawal from the University must contact The Graduate School.

Notification to the Center for Advising and Student Transitions or The Graduate School does not constitute an official withdrawal from individual courses.