Financial Concerns & Tuition Assessment

Withdrawing students who have received financial aid should review the Office of Financial Aid's withdrawal policy

Loans:

Withdrawing students with Federal Perkins loans must complete a loan exit interview before leaving the university.

  • Failure to do so results in a stop on your record. This stop prevents you from receiving a diploma or an academic transcript of work at the university and from registering for any future terms.
  • Complete the exit counseling online at the Bursar's Office, or contact the Student Loan Department in the Bursar's Office at (303) 492-5571 or (800) 925-9844, or email bursar@colorado.edu.

Disputes:

Withdrawing students with extenuating circumstances should also see Tuition Dispute Information

Confirmation Deposit:

The Confirmation Deposit may be refunded if your withdrawal qualifies. Please see the Withdrawal Calendar. If you take a leave of absence from CU-Boulder and were refunded your confirmation deposit, you must repay your confirmation deposit upon returning to the University.

New Student Fee:

The one-time new-student fee, which is charged the first semester, is non-refundable.

Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit:

Faculty/staff using the Tuition Benefit have a different schedule and should refer to the Bursar's Office for this information.

Announcements

Dear Student,

If you intend to graduate in December 2014, be sure to complete each item below by the date listed. To find out about your graduation requirements, contact your department or advisor.

Dear Student,

Your Spring 2015 enrollment appointment has now been posted in MyCUInfo.

Dear Student,

If you intend to graduate in May 2014, be sure to complete all the items below by the dates listed.

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