During preregistration, you signed the Tuition and Fee Agreement and Disclosure. Withdrawing does not waive your responsibility to pay tuition and fees for the term, and withdrawing may result in additional fees, loss of financial aid or loss of deferment for your student loans.
If you withdraw, monitor your tuition and fee account for the next six months to stay apprised of pending charges or fees. To access your tuition and fee account:
Possible financial impacts of withdrawing are provided on the Withdrawal Calendar and the current term's withdrawal information sheet (see Resources for Withdrawing in sidebar). Financial impacts can include being charged a $200 withdrawal fee or being assessed a higher percentage of tuition and fees depending on your withdrawal date.
All students confirm their enrollment at CU-Boulder by paying the $200 confirmation deposit. Your confirmation deposit may be refunded if you are a continuing student who withdraws from Main Campus classes by the 100% refund date (ten days before the first day of classes in fall and spring terms; see the Withdrawal Calendar). This refund takes six to eight weeks after the first day of classes to be processed.
If you have pending fees or charges with CU-Boulder, your refund may be applied to those charges. Your tuition and fee account will be adjusted to show these fees.
If you take a leave of absence from CU-Boulder and are refunded your confirmation deposit, you must repay your confirmation deposit upon returning to the university.
If this is your first term at CU-Boulder and you withdraw before the drop deadline (the third Wednesday after the first day of classes in fall or spring terms), you will not receive a refund of the confirmation deposit.
If you enrolled in classes and then withdraw during a semester, you may receive a refund of tuition and fees (see the Withdrawal Calendar). Refunds can take six to eight weeks after you withdraw before any refunds are processed.
If you have pending fees or charges with CU-Boulder, your refund may be applied to those charges. Your financial account will be adjusted to show these fees.
The one-time fee is non-refundable.
If you enroll in Main Campus classes in fall or spring terms and withdraw between the 100% refund deadline and drop deadline (the third Wednesday after the first day of classes), you will be charged a $200 withdrawal processing fee. See the current term's withdrawal information sheet for dates (see Resources for Withdrawing in sidebar).
If you received financial aid through CU-Boulder, please review the Office of Financial Aid's withdrawal policy and contact them directly with any financial aid related questions. (firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-492-5091).
Federal regulations require that all students make satisfactory academic progress in a program of study to maintain eligibility for financial aid. This may become a concern for you if/when you return and reapply for financial aid. For more information, see the Office of Financial Aid's satisfactory academic progress policy.
If you have loans currently in deferment (i.e., you are not making payments while attending college), withdrawing may change those loans to be in repayment. Many loan providers require that a student remain enrolled in an institution of higher education at least half-time to keep their loans deferred. Neither the StayConnected nor the Time-Off Programs extend the loan deferral period. Consult your loan provider about policies regarding your enrollment status.
If you have Federal Perkins loans through CU-Boulder, you must complete a loan exit interview before leaving the university. If you fail to complete the interview, a stop is placed on your record that prevents you from registering for classes, receiving a diploma or ordering a CU-Boulder transcript. For more information, contact the Bursar's Office (email@example.com, 303-492-5571 or 800-925-9844).
If you have a contract to live in a residence hall, bear creek apartments or graduate & family housing, you will need to contact the respective office.
If withdrawing, please contact the office for move out procedures within 48 hours. You may incur additional charges every day that you have not completed the checkout procedure.
If you are an in-state undergraduate student and you withdraw before the drop deadline (the third Wednesday after the first day of classes in fall or spring terms), your College Opportunity Fund (COF) authorized hours will not be deducted from your 145 lifetime hours. If you withdraw after the drop deadline, your COF authorized hours will be deducted.
Faculty/staff using the tuition benefit have a different schedule and should refer to the Bursar's Office. Faculty and staff must contact the Withdrawal Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar if they are going to withdraw. Dependents of faculty and staff will be assessed according to the Main Campus Withdrawal Calendar.
If you are withdrawing and have extenuating circumstances, review the Bursar's Tuition Dispute Information.
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