Please scroll to the bottom of this section for the withdrawal information regarding GPS Undergraduate and Graduate programs
Withdrawal from programs at Fisher College are subject to certain deadlines and regulations. Dropping or withdrawing from a course or all courses will result in pro-rated tuition charges based on the date of withdrawal.
Students living on-campus in any Fisher College residence hall will be charged in accordance with the tuition withdrawal schedule. The percentage of refund will first be applied to semester charges.
|Prior to the first day of class
|1st week of classes until Sunday
|2nd week of classes until Sunday
|3rd week of classes until Sunday
|4th week of classes until Sunday
|5th week of classes and after
Please note: your financial aid award may be adjusted due to your date of withdrawal.
Room and board refunds are not available to students who remain enrolled in the college and change their residency from on-campus to off-campus status following the start of the semester.
Tuition Assistance (TA) withdrawals:
Fisher College will return, to the VA, any unearned Tuition Assistance (TA) funds on a proportional basis through at least the 60% portion of the period for which the funds were provided.
Students enrolled in the GPS Undergraduate program are eligible to receive full credit for their tuition and fees if they withdraw prior to the end of the add/drop period. Students receiving federal financial aid funds and withdraw after the conclusion of the add/drop period are subject to a financial aid adjustment according to federal guidelines.
Students enrolled in a graduate program are eligible to receive full credit for their tuition and fees, excluding nonrefundable deposits, if they withdraw before the first day of classes. Students receiving federal financial aid funds and withdraw on or after the first day of classes are subject to a financial aid adjustment according to federal guidelines.