Summer 2021 Reduction (Refund) Schedule Dropping Classes at Marshall University After the late registration/schedule adjustment period for a term closes, a student must completely withdraw from all registered courses in order to receive any refund of tuition and fees. The University does not refund tuition and fees for individual classes dropped after the late registration/schedule adjustment period ends. The late registration/schedule adjustment period is defined as the first week of classes in the Fall and Spring semesters, and typically the first day of classes for each summer session. Withdrawing from Marshall University Tuition refunds for students who officially withdraw through the Registrar’s office will be made according to the following schedule for complete withdrawals only. Personal check refunds will not be processed until 21 business days after they are posted and electronic check refunds will not be processed until 14 business days after they are posted. Intersession 100% refund Mar 15 – May 09 90% refund May 10 – May 11 75% refund May 12 – May 14 50% refund May 15 – May 21 Summer I 100% refund Mar 15 – May 16 90% refund May 17 – May 24 75% refund May 25 – June 07 50% refund June 09 – June 25 Summer II 100% refund Mar 15 – June 06 90% refund June 07 – June 09 75% refund June 10 – June 14 50% refund June 15 – June 22 Summer III 100% refund Mar 15 – July 12 90% refund July 13 – July 15 75% refund July 16 – July 20 50% refund July 21 – July 28 Students Receiving Financial Assistance Students receiving financial assistance covered by Title IV of the 1992 Higher Education Act, who officially shall receive a refund in accordance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998. Marshall University will determine how much Title IV aid a student has received and not earned at the time of total withdrawal. The amount of aid earned is calculated on a prorated basis through 60% of the payment period. Students Receiving Military Tuition Assistance Students receiving military tuition assistance covered by the Department of Defense, who officially withdraw shall receive a refund in accordance with the Department of Defense’s Memorandum of Understanding. Marshall University will determine how much Military Tuition Assistance a student has received and not earned at the time of the total withdrawal. The amount of tuition assistance earned is calculated on a prorated basis through 60% of the payment period.