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Refund Policy

All application fees, registration fees and deposits are nonrefundable. If circumstances prevent a participant from attending before the first day of the program, a refund (less the nonrefundable application fee, registration fees and/or deposit) will be issued if the Extension Programs Office receives written confirmation of the student's withdrawal prior to the start date of the program. 

Once a student deposits or pays a registration fee for an Extension Program, s/he agrees to attend all classes and activities as scheduled at the discretion of the program's director(s) and the Extension Programs Office. Tuition will not be refunded, in full or in part, if a student chooses not to attend classes or activities as scheduled. 

Housing and meal plan fees are nonrefundable.

Please allow 12–14 days for refunds to be processed by the Business Office.

Withdrawal Policy

In cases of withdrawal after the program has commenced, refunds may be granted when there are extenuating circumstances (injury, illness, family emergency, etc.). Documentation of the extenuating circumstance must be submitted to the Extension Programs Office within 30 days of the last date of attendance. Tuition and fees cannot be deferred to future programs. Housing and meal plan fees are nonrefundable. 

Cancellation Policy

The Extension Programs reserves the right to cancel any programs, with as little as 48 hours' notice, due to insufficient enrollment. 

Housing and Meal Plan Enrollment Policy 

High School and Collegiate Intensive participants who intend to enroll in housing and/or meal plans must do so prior to June 1, 2015. Requests for housing assignments and/or meal plan enrollments after that date will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Housing assignments and meal plan enrollments cannot be guaranteed after June 1, 2015. 

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