Refund & Withdrawal Policy

Courses Sixteen Weeks or Greater in Length

Official Date of Withdrawal Refund
Before Classes Begin 100%
First day of course through 10th day 100%
11th day of course through 16th day 80%
17th day of course through 22nd day 60%
23rd day of course through 27th day 40%
28th day of course through 33rd day 20%
After 33rd day 0%
   

Courses Greater than Six Weeks but Less than Sixteen Weeks in Length

Official Date of Withdrawal Refund
Before Classes Begin 100%
First day of course through 10th day 100%
11th day of course through 15th day 40%
After 15th day 0%
   

Courses Greater than Three Weeks but not more than Six Weeks

Official Date of Withdrawal Refund
Before Classes Begin 100%
First day of course through 10th day 100%
After 10th day 0%
   

Courses Three Weeks or Less in Length

Official Date of Withdrawal Refund
Before Classes Begin 100%
First day of course 100%
Second day of course 80%
Third day of course 60%
Fourth day of course 40%
Fifth day of course 20%
After 5th day of course 0%
   

Other Important Details

In an instance in which it is necessary to withdraw from the College – regardless of the reason – the student must notify the registrar in writing. The date on which written notice is received (or post-marked, in the case of a withdrawal received by mail) shall be the official date of withdrawal for purposes of tuition refund, computation and recording of grades, and the date of record for purposes of financial aid refunds to the various sources. Any student withdrawing from the College must complete a withdrawal form and participate in an exit interview conducted by the Dean of Student Services or designee. Forms are located in the student services office.

Any currently enrolled student of Midway College who fails to register for the next regular semester of course work shall be considered withdrawn from the College. Any student considered to have withdrawn must be officially readmitted according to the procedures established through the admissions office.

Refunds are based on the date of official withdrawal, regardless of whether students attend any classes.

Fees: Application, late registration, graduation, vehicle registration, credit for prior learning portfolio assessment, and nursing clinical-additional days are non-refundable.
Board will be refunded in full from the date of withdrawal for the unused amount. A full day’s board is charged for any portion thereof.
Residence hall charges will be refunded 90 percent during the first week of classes. No refund is available after the first week.
Tuition payments will be refunded according to the following tables for students who have not received any federal financial aid:

Refunds and repayments involving financial aid will be handled in accordance with federal and state regulations and the institutional policy applicable to the situation. The distribution of Title IV financial aid funds will follow the federal regulations effective July 1, 2011. A copy of these policies is available for review in the business office.

Return of Title IV Federal Student Aid

If a student completely withdraws from school during a semester, a portion of the federal Title IV aid disbursed to the student must be returned to the financial aid programs. The percentage of Title IV aid required to be returned is based on the percentage of time remaining in the semester as of the student’s date of withdrawal. The amount of assistance that a student has earned is determined on a pro-rata basis. The college must determine the treatment of the student’s Title IV program assistance on a payment period basis. The percent of the payment period represents the percentage of aid earned by the student.

Funds will be returned first to the Title IV loan programs and then the Title IV grant programs in the following order:

Unsubsidized Stafford Loan
Subsidized Stafford Loan
Perkins Loan
PLUS Loan
Pell Grant
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

Note: All institutional policies are subject to change without prior notice.