- To request an official withdrawal with full refund of tuition and class related fees, students must complete the appeal form for a medical refund and include the requirements listed on the form, and submit it online or to Student Central.
- Medical situations may relate to the student and the student’s family, which includes parents/step-parents, siblings, children, spouse, or domestic partner.
- Medical refunds are not approved for chronic health conditions, or health conditions known to the student at the start of the quarter. Exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis, and students who wish to pursue an exception should complete the Medical Withdrawal form and process.
- Students that require accommodations based on a disability should register with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) before the start of the quarter. A medical refund is not usually considered an accommodation, but may be approved if an unusual or unexpected situation occurs related to the disability.
- A complete withdrawal from all classes is generally required. (exceptions considered when medically necessary and supported by documentation)
- An official grade of “W” appears on the transcript.
- A 100% refund of tuition and class related fees is provided for approved requests.
- Medical refunds are not approved for subsequent quarters for the same or related condition or situation. Exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis, and students who wish to pursue an exception should complete the Medical Refund form and process.
- Financial Aid students, international students, veterans, and other students who are participating in special aid or support programs should check with their program advisor to determine if withdrawing from classes will result in possible eligibility issues or required repayment of funds.
Last Updated February 9, 2018