It has been three weeks since we started the second half of the spring semester and we know that all of our faculty and staff have worked tirelessly to create engaging online classrooms. We also realize that the remote delivery of coursework may not be ideal for all of our students. We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a myriad of unexpected changes and the priorities of our students maybe shifting as necessary. In result, beginning April 22, refunds will be issued if students have chosen to drop any of their courses.
To receive a refund, students do not need to take any specific actions. The following types of fees will be automatically refunded: enrollment ($46 per unit); non-resident tuition ($265 per unit); non-resident capital outlay fee ($5 per unit). The unused portion of material fees will be refunded as well, and the amounts are currently being evaluated on a course by course basis. If fees were paid via cash, check, ACH, or through the payment plan, a check will be issued to the student. Checks will be sent out each Friday to the mailing address we have on file. If fees were paid by credit card, the refund will be credited to the credit card used at the time.
In addition, students who purchased a parking permit will receive a 50% refund. Checks will be issued for parking permit refunds and sent to the mailing address we have on file. Please know, due to transaction processing timelines, it may take up to two weeks for the credit to be applied to credit card accounts or for a check to be received.