Please see information below that identifies the difference between tuition refunds (tuition is adjusted based on date of course drop) vs how excess money is refunded (and to whom).
Withdrawing from a class or classes
Information below is provided to show what happens if a student were to drop or withdraw from a class or classes. Tuition refunds are prorated from the first business day of the academic term:
90% of tuition is refunded/credited from the 1st through the 6th business day
70% from the 7th through the 12th business day
50% from the 13th through the 24th business day
90% of tuition is refunded/credited from the 1st through the 3rd business day
70% from the 4th through the 6th business day
50% from the 7th through the 12th business day
NOTE: No refunds for course audits are made after 10 business days from the start of the term. Fees are neither waived nor refunded. For courses not on a regular term schedule, see the Barnes-Jewish College Business Office for information.
For more detailed information pertaining to a specific term, please see the Dates & Deadlines section.
Excess money refunded
Please see this policy on how excess funds are treated and refunded.