Financial Assistance, Fees, and Tuition
A current schedule of refunds can be found in the quarterly schedule of classes or through the RegistrarÍs Web site at http://www.wright.edu/registrar. Refunds relating to withdrawal are initiated through the Office of the Registrar. Refunds will be calculated as of the date of official withdrawal. A 100% refund of instructional fees is made for withdrawals made before the term begins and through the seventh calendar day of the quarter. For withdrawals or drops the eighth through sixteenth calendar day of the quarter, a seventy percent refund will be given.
Students who withdraw during the eighth through sixteenth calendar day of the quarter or its summer session equivalent will receive a credit based on 70 percent of the fees assessed. Students who withdraw during the 70 percent period will be charged 30 percent of the total instructional and general fees assessed, regardless of how much they have paid at the time of withdrawal. For students on the installment payment program, the charge of 30 percent of the total instructional and general fees assessed will be subtracted from their payments to determine the amount of any refund.
Nonattendance of classes or notification of the instructor or department does not constitute official withdrawal. No refunds will be granted after the sixteenth calendar day of the quarter. Students who withdraw while owing the university money will be considered to be indebted to the university for that amount. Therefore, all refunds will be applied to any indebtedness before being issued to those students. All refunds will be issued within 30 days of the late withdrawal from the university.
Students who drop courses during a partial refund period will receive the refund according to the published refund schedule that will be in compliance with the policy for complete withdrawal.
All refunds of fees other than instructional and general fees must be approved by the responsible office or department before submission to the Office of the Bursar (e.g., room and board refunds must be approved by the Residence Life Office).
Appeals regarding charges and refunds of instructional fees and late registration fees must be submitted in writing to the Office of the Registrar. Appeal procedures are available in that office.
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