If you feel that you have an extenuating circumstance that
justifies an exception to financial obligations, you can appeal and it
will be reviewed by the tuition appeals coordinator.
You have six months after the end of the semester in question to file a tuition appeal.
Students are responsible for all interest and/or collection charges
that accrue on their account during the six month period and while
the tuition appeal is pending.
You need to withdraw from the class(es) in question before an appeal
can be reviewed. Please note that if you received financial aid for the
semester in question, tuition might not be refunded. Exceptions will not
be considered if you fail to comply with published deadlines or when
conditions were under your control. You are responsible to obtain all
information and documentation supporting your appeal.
All required documentation must be submitted on or before the deadlines to be accepted and reviewed.
- Spring semester | November 30
- Summer semester | January 30
- Fall semester | June 30
Some reasons for tuition appeals aren't eligible for review.
- Lack of knowledge of published university policies and procedures
- Non-qualification, late application, or loss of eligibility for financial aid or scholarships
- Expected issues that arise for all students including, but not
limited to, problems involving transportation, availability of finances,
academic ability, and/or time management
- Late application for admission to the university and/or late registration for classes
- Perceived quality of instruction or dissatisfaction with the course