If You Graduate
Your confirmation deposit will be refunded about eight weeks after graduation, less any outstanding charges.
If you withdraw by established deadlines, the confirmation deposit will be applied to any outstanding charges first, which may include a withdrawal fee. The remainder will be refunded to you about 6–8 weeks after your withdrawal. Upon returning to CU, you will need to pay the confirmation deposit again before you can register for classes.
If You Are a New Student and Do Not Attend Classes
New, readmitted and transfer students who do not attend classes forfeit the confirmation deposit and are not eligible for a refund.
If You Return to CU
Because you receive your confirmation deposit back when you take a break from school (whether it is applied to outstanding charges on your bill or refunded), you need to pay it again if you decide to return.
- Make sure your IdentiKey is activated.
- Log in to Buff Portal.
- Locate the Tuition & Fees card and click on the overflow menu (the three vertical dots in the upper right corner).
- Click "Confirmation Deposit."
- Click "Pay Deposit" and follow the instructions to complete your payment.