If you need to withdraw from Endicott College for the semester, you may be eligible for a refund.
Withdrawal from Classes
Before requesting a refund, students must officially withdraw from classes by completing a Notice of Withdrawal form, which can be obtained from Director of Student Success, Theresa McGrath, at email@example.com. Once completed, the form must be returned to the Registrar of the College. Refunds will not be processed until the Notice of Withdrawal form is received by the Bursar. The withdrawal date is established by the last date of class attendance.
Automatic Withdrawal from ClassesStudents who fail to attend classes during the semester will be officially withdrawn by the Registrar after three weeks of consecutive absence from classes. No refund of fees in this instance is made, barring exceptional circumstances as determined by the College. Students who are dismissed due to disciplinary action will not be entitled to any refund.
Students who officially withdraw from Endicott College may be granted refund of tuition, room, and board according to the refund schedule below unless the withdrawal is due to active military service. Students withdrawing due to active military service will be eligible for a refund of 100% of tuition, room, and board. Students who are dismissed due to disciplinary action will not be entitled to any refund.
Prior to check in, 100% of tuition, room, and board fees are refunded minus the non-refundable deposit.
Within the first week of class: 80%
Within the second week: 60%
Within the third week: 40%
Within the fourth week: 20%
Fifth week and after: No refund
Graduate Program & Endicott College Van Loan School of Professional Studies Refund Policy
Withdrawal from Classes
Before requesting a refund, students must officially withdraw from classes by completing a Notice of Withdrawal form, which can be obtained from Assistant Dean of Administration, Lauren Battcock, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may drop a course within seven days of the start of the course.
Students must withdraw within seven days prior to the last day of the class to receive a W on their College transcript. Students who withdraw within the last seven days of a course receive a WX on their College transcript. Failure to withdraw will result in an “F” on their College transcript.
Refunds are permitted according to the date the withdrawal request is received:
Within the first week of class (seventh day of the course): 100%
Within the second week (14th day of the course): 50%
Third week or after: No refunds
Please note: Application and registration fees are NOT refundable.
Refunds and Title IV
Students who receive Federal Title IV Funds are subject to the return of Title IV Funds as required by the 1998 Amendments to the Higher Education Act of 1965, in the event of withdrawal. If more than 60% of the semester is completed, no Title IV funds will be returned. The calculation for the return of Title IV Funds is as follows:
Total Title IV Aid x Percent of Uncompleted Semester= Unearned Aid or Total Institutional Costs x Percent of Uncompleted Semester= Unearned Costs
The College will refund the credit of the less of Unearned Aid or Unearned Costs to the Title IV programs in the following order:
- Federal Unsubsidized Loan
- Federal Subsidized Loan Perkins Loan
- Federal Plus Loan
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal SEOG
- Other Title IV Programs
Bursar's Office (for Undergraduate Programs)
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