When a student registers, it is for the full term or semester. Therefore, if the student withdraws from the University during the period, for whatever reason, the comprehensive fees* (includes:tuition and fees, plus any housing and dinning) during the first five (5) days of the semester, they will be charged at 50%. After the first five (5) days of the semester, 100% of the comprehensive fee will be charged and no refund will be issued.
If a student is utilizing High Point University room and board, refunds, if any, are governed by housing and meal plan agreements and institutional polices.
The following table indicates the amount students will be charged upon official withdrawal from the fall, spring or summer semesters. It does not indicate how much a student will be refunded. Refunds are dependent on the total amount of out-of-pocket payments received and the amount of financial aid a student is eligible to keep based on the official withdrawal date.
|Program Type||Days||Student Will Be Charged|
|Enrollment Restricted Programs||Within the first 5 Days of the Semester||50%|
|After the 5th Day of the Semester||100%|
* The non-refundable deposit to hold a student’s slot in the class, originally credited to tuition, will not be included in the refund calculation. Any refund is contingent on a student officially withdrawing from the university. To officially withdraw from the university, a student must complete a withdrawal form. This form can be obtained from the Office of Graduate Operations on the first floor of Norcross Graduate School. Students wishing to withdraw should also consult with the Office of Student Financial Planning to determine if stipulations associated with financial aid or loans will lead to changes in the financial statement.