Refunds and Withdrawals
A student is eligible for a refund if monies remain after the complete tuition bill is paid.
Learn more about applying for a refund through the University's Office of Student Accounts.
A student wishing to withdraw from the School of Law must submit a typed letter addressed to the Academic Status Committee c/o the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. The letter, which can be delivered to the office of the Associate Dean or the Registrar, must contain the student's current address and telephone number.
Tuition refunds are based upon the date of a student's approved withdrawal from the school. The date of withdrawal is the date on which the Academic Status Committee receives the student's typed notice of withdrawal. Permission to withdraw will not be granted to any student who has not fulfilled all of his/her financial obligations to the University. Any scholarship recipient, including a recipient of a Law School academic scholarship, who withdraws from school, is not entitled to any part of his/her award.
A student who withdraws from school no later than four weeks after the beginning of the semester will receive a partial refund of tuition. Fees and acceptance deposits are not refundable. Tuition refunds will be made according to the following schedule:
|Date of Withdrawal||Refund|
|Before School Begins||100%|
|During the first 2 weeks of class||80%|
|After the fourth week||-0-|
A student is considered enrolled until he or she gives official notice of withdrawal.