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Refunds generated by withdrawals are calculated on a course-by-course, per-credit-hour basis, disregarding the full-time cap amounts for block students and discounted tuition for non-block students.

Charges are recalculated based on the number of remaining enrolled credit hours plus the non-refundable percentage of the withdrawn courses. Students who withdraw from classes may not receive a reduction in charges.

Refunds will be computed based on the actual withdrawal date certified by the Office of Records and Registration. Refunds will not be made to students who stop attending classes without completing the required withdrawal procedure.

To request an exception to the VCU refund policy, submit the Refund/Waiver Appeal Form to Student Accounting. Exceptions are made only in rare instances; the decision rendered by the Refund/Waiver Appeals Committee represents the final administrative decision within the university for an exception to the VCU refund policy. Appeals must be submitted within three years from the semester for which the student is appealing.

(Student Accounting > Refund/Waiver Appeals)

Last updated: 2021-04-01 08:22 AM 2058-1494084
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