Regardless of attendance, refunds are based on a declining fee balance per the refund schedule below, less the applicable cancellation and non-refundable fees. The following withdrawal deadlines apply for refund purposes.
2020-21 Refund Schedule will be post here in late August 2020
Full Time Status: No refund after November 29
Part Time Full Year Course: No refund after November 29
Part Time Half Year Fall Course: No refund after October 18
Part Time Half Year Winter Course: No refund after February 15
*Prior to the first official day of each Fall/Winter session, students will be assessed a cancellation fee upon withdrawal.
Full Time Status: $360
Part Time Full Year Course: $72
Part Time Half Year Course: $36
**As of September 15, 2019, students will be assessed non-refundable compulsory fees that are included in the refund schedule.
***Refund date is determined by your Academic Advisor and shows on your add/drop form.
A student may still owe tuition if not all of their tuition was paid in full and the tuition refund issued is not equal to or greater than the amount of tuition outstanding. Students who add or drop courses but remain enrolled in 4.0 credits are still charged full time tuition. Scholarships (entrance/continuing), bursaries or sponsorships may be retracted for early withdrawals. This could result in a student owing tuition after withdrawal.
Changes to your enrollment may affect your OSAP entitlement, your academic status with regards to OSAP, and your eligibility for future OSAP funding. In addition, any refunds may be returned to the National Student Loan Service Centre if loans were received within the same academic year. Prior to any course changes, contact Jane Parker in person at room W40, by phone 519.438.7224 ext. 215, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your particular situation.
After February 1st, there will be no refund of student activity fees.
After April 1st, there will be no refund of tuition, regardless of circumstance, including backdated withdrawals for academic purposes only.
Where a refund is due to a student for overpayment of a student’s account via International Wire Transfer (Western Union Global Pay System or Direct Wire), the funds must be returned to the original sender’s bank account. Huron University College is not liable for any variance due to foreign exchange rate fluctuations or administrative fees.