In the event a student withdraws or is administratively dismissed from the University for disciplinary or for financial reasons after registration is completed and prior to the end of a semester of enrollment, the student’s eligibility for a refund of appropriate institutional tuition will be prorated as indicated. Per DPT Program policy, withdrawal from a required professional phase course due to poor performance is not permitted. Any situation in which all classes are dropped is a withdrawal from the University. The official withdrawal process begins in the Office of the Registrar. The Registrar uses the date the student communicates in writing their intent to withdraw and begins the University’s withdrawal process, as the official withdrawal date. The student, working with the Registrar’s Office, must complete the Undergrad/Graduate Withdrawal Form, obtain all the necessary signatures, and submit the completed form to the Registrar’s Office. Verbal requests do not constitute official notification. Should the student fail to complete the process, all semester charges will become immediately due and are payable in the Cashier’s Office.
Applicable institutional charges for fall and spring semesters will be refunded according to the following
- Through the first week of classes 100%
- During the second week of the semester 75%
- During the third week of the semester 50%
- During the fourth week of the semester 25%
- After the fourth week of the semester 0%
No refund of institutional charges will be made after the fourth week of the semester.