Information For

Refunds

Summer 2014

Refunds & Withdrawals

Refunds are granted as laid out on the table below. Students who withdraw before the specified date outlined below, will receive a full refund. Students who withdraw after the specified date will receive no refund.

Full Term and 1st Block

Calendar Period Adds Drops Grading Basis Refunds
Through 11:59 p.m. on June 8th Add Online Drop Online Change Online 100% Refund
After June 8th Not Permitted Not Permitted Not Permitted No Refund


2nd Block

Calendar Period Adds Drops Grading Basis Refunds
Through 11:59 p.m. on July 9th Add Online Drop Online Change Online 100% Refund
After July 9th Not Permitted Not Permitted Not Permitted No Refund


Refunds: All credit refunds will be processed the week following the add/drop period.

Withdrawal after the cutoff date for refunds: Stopping attendance in classes and/or informing the instructor or a CSUSM staff member about plans to withdrawal do NOT constitute formal withdrawal from any CSUSM course. Students who do not formally withdraw remain liable for any outstanding payments and academic performance requirements until a formal withdrawal is made. It is important to formally withdraw from any course you are leaving to avoid academic penalty.

For information on Withdrawals, visit: http://www.csusm.edu/enroll/allforms/UGGRWithdrawalForm092410.pdf

Effects of Withdrawal on Financial Aid: Students who withdraw after receiving Financial Aid payments may be required to repay/return the Financial Aid disbursed. Units from which a student withdraws are included in the count of "attempted units" when determining "max units attempted" for the purposes of measuring Satisfactory Academic Progress. Failure to achieve the appropriate level of Academic Progress can also result in a Financial Aid penalty. For information, visit http://www.csusm.edu/finaid/ OR contact the CSUSM Financial Aid Office at 760.750.4850