Withdrawal Refund Policy
Official withdrawals from the College require that a formal
withdrawal process be followed. This includes the completion
of an official Withdrawal form that requires authorizing signatures
from the Academic Affairs, Financial Aid, Registrar's, and Business
offices. Contact the Business office at (270) 384-8011 for
specific semester dates and refund amounts. Students who
withdraw are subject to the following tuition refund policy:
- 100% before the second day of the semester.
- On the second day of the semester and thereafter, tuition
refunds are calculated by determining the percentage of
instructional days the student will not be attending to the total
number of instructional days in the semester. The student will
receive a pro-rated refund, to the student account, based upon that
- Should the official withdrawal date occur after 60% of the
instructional days in the semester have been completed, no refunds
will be granted. This policy applies to day, on-line,
AIM and Community Campus classes.
- In determining the percentage of the payment period or period
of enrollment completed for a student who withdraws from a program
offered in modules, the school includes in the denominator (the
total number of calendar days in the payment period or period of
enrollment) all days within the period that the student was
scheduled to complete prior to ceasing attendance. If a
student enrolled in two modules completes one
module and drops the remaining module after ceasing attendance, the
total number of calendar days in this student's payment period or
period of enrollment would include the days in all three
modules. If the student drops the classes in the remaining
module prior to ceasing attendance, the total number of calendar
days in the student's payment period or period of enrollment would
include only the days in the first module.
The official date for the calculation of "instructional days not
attended" shall be the date on the official Withdrawal form
presented to the Business office.
The formula for the calculation is as follows: Refund =
Tuition Charged x (Days Not Attended in Semester/Total Days in
Note: The percentage of
instructional days not attended is the same percentage used in the
calculation of refunds due to the Title IV programs.
Note: Also see the following
policies: Transcript Records of Dropped Courses and Adding
and/or Dropping a Course.