Tuition Refunds for Credit Classes
The last day to drop a registered class and receive a tuition refund is dependent
on the class dates and length of class (see Calendar). If you add or drop a class, it is recommended you check your myACCESS account to
determine the impact on your account balance. If you drop a class, you may still be
responsible for the cost of tuition and fees. Dropping a class during the refund period
will not result in a "W" on your transcript. If you are receiving financial assistance,
please note that dropping one or more courses may result in an adjustment of aid you
receive; it is recommended that you contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance before dropping a class.
The 100% refund date for a class is the last day you can drop the class and receive
100% of the tuition charges credited for the class, minus fees for field studies classes,
and the 50% date is the last day you can drop the class and receive 50% of the tuition
charges credited for the class. You can view the exact refund dates for each of your
classes by clicking on "My class schedule" in your myACCESS account.
The Registration Calendar indicates the appropriate time period for tuition refunds.
Tuition refunds for classes that begin and end outside of the regular semester schedule
are determined on an individual basis.
A 100% refund is granted for withdrawal up to one day prior to the first class. Parents
must call (630) 942-2208 to request a withdrawal or they will be charged the full
amount. Please note that non-attendance does not count as withdrawal. If a class is
canceled, a complete refund will be issued.
A 100 percent refund is given if you withdraw up to one calendar day before the start
of your class. Please note that non-attendance does not count as withdrawal.
Trip fees are non-refundable. Travel protection brochures are available in the Field Studies office
A 100 percent refund is given for a withdrawal that is caused by a canceled class
or a college error. If a substitute class is not taken, a refund for paid tuition
and fees will be issued within two to three weeks.
Requests for medical withdrawals should be made to the Dean of Enrollment Services.
Send medical forms to Student Registration Services, SSC 2221, (630) 942-2687. Requests
should be made in writing and accompanied by documentation from a physician or medical
institution to verify the medical condition, date of onset and estimated length of
treatment. Request forms for medical withdrawals
are reviewed individually. Refunds are issued when appropriate within the guidelines
of the College of DuPage refund policy. You will receive written notification of the
decision within three (3) weeks from the office of the Student Registration Services.
The $20 admission/recording fee will not be refunded.
Students withdrawing from credit classes that have lab/material fees will receive
100 percent of the lab/material fees for the first 7 percent of the session. Lab/material
fees will not be refunded after 7 percent of the session.
If a student who is registered for both credit and non-credit classes wishes to withdraw
from one class, the refund policy used will be the one appropriate for the class from
which the student is withdrawing.
Appeals regarding refunds should be submitted through the Office of Student Registration
Services. Go to the Registration forms page.
Office of Student Registration Services
Student Services Center (SSC), Room 2221
Phone: (630) 942-2377
Fax: (630) 942-2878
Monday to Thursday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
myACCESS Help Desk: (630) 942-2999
Individuals who need language assistance, please call Campus Central at (630) 942-3000
or email email@example.com.