Reduction (Refund) Schedule
Dropping Classes at Marshall University
Students who drop one or more class(es) during the late registration/schedule adjustment period (first week of the semester) shall be eligible for a full reduction of tuition and fees of the dropped class(es) if the remaining tuition and fee assessment falls below 12 credit hours for undergraduate students or 9 credit hours for graduate students.
The tuition for undergraduate students is capped at 12 campus hours while the tuition for graduate students is capped at 9 campus hours (excluding 1st and 2nd year’s School of Pharmacy). Since students are not paying additional tuition for courses added above the tuition cap, they will not receive a reduction in tuition charges during late registration/schedule adjustment when dropping courses if the end result is a tuition assessment at or above the tuition cap. Following late registration/schedule adjustment only complete withdrawals are eligible for refunds.
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 payment refunds will not be processed until 21 business days after they are posted.
|16 week courses||1st 8 weeks courses||2nd 8 weeks courses|
|100% tuition credit||Nov 02 – Jan 07||Nov 02 – Jan 07||Nov 02 – Feb 28|
|90% tuition credit for complete withdrawals||Jan 08 – Jan 18||Jan 08 – Jan 11||Mar 01 – Mar 07|
|75% tuition credit for complete withdrawals||Jan 19 – Feb 05||Jan 12 – Jan 22||Mar 08 – Mar 15|
|50% tuition credit for complete withdrawals||Feb 06 – Mar 05||Jan 23 – Feb 02||Mar 16 – Apr 05|
NOTE: Financial aid recipients must have their accounts reviewed and approved by the Office of Student Financial Assistance before a refund may be issued. If your financial aid is adjusted, you may owe back for refunds issued based on the original aid amounts disbursed. Adjustments to financial aid can be the result of a change in hours, a change in the students eligibility for certain types of aid, or failure to meet satisfactory academic progress (SAP).
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.