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Total Withdraw Deadlines for Spring 2017

Total Withdrawal - Refund Rates 

The refund rates below ONLY apply when a student withdraws from ALL courses. A Total Withdraw Form must be submitted to the Registrar's Office. The submission date determines rates below.

*** These dates do not apply to the accelerated online 7 week RN to BSN program, please contact the Health Science Department or refer to the website (degree.colorademesa.edu) for information and important dates related to that program.***

TOTAL WITHDRAW REFUND DEADLINES

 
100% Refund

Owe $225 Partial

Tuition Assessment

No Refund

J-Term

January 3 - January 13

Drop by Jan 2
Jan 3 - Jan 4 by 5:00 p.m.
Beginning Jan 5

First Mod

January 17 - March 11

Drop by Jan 16

Jan 17 - Jan 24 by 5:00 p.m.

Beginning Jan 25

Full Semester

January 17 - May 11

Drop by Jan 16
Jan 17 - Feb 1 by 5:00 p.m.
Beginning Feb 2

Late Start

February 6 - May 11

Drop by Feb 5
Feb 6 - Feb 16 by 5:00 p.m.
Beginning Feb 17

Second Mod

March 13 - May 11

Drop by March 12
Mar 13 - Mar 27 by 5:00 p.m.
Beginning Mar 28

Variable Length

Ending by May 11

Drop before

first day of class

First day of class -

Up to 15% of class

After 15% of class has elapsed.

If a student is signed up for classes with different start dates:

  • Scenario #1:  100% refund of tuition/fees

All classes are dropped by their corresponding 100% refund date.  If financial aid was disbursed, all awarded money must be returned to CMU. Contact Financial Aid for more details.

  • Scenario #2:  $225 Partial Tuition Assessment

All classes are dropped. At least one dropped class fell in the $225 Partial Tuition Assessment time range. All others were dropped by the 100% refund date. If financial aid was disbursed, your aid will be recalculated through your drop/withdraw date. It is likely that loans and other awards will need to be returned to CMU. Contact Financial Aid for more details.

  • Scenario #3:  Student owes tuition/fees for one or more classes

At least one class had started and was withdrawn in the "No Refund" time frame for the session. The student owes tuition/fees for the classes in the "No Refund" time frame. If financial aid was disbursed, your aid will be recalculated through your drop/withdraw date. Loans and other awards may need to be returned to CMU. Contact Financial Aid for more details.

GRADING

 - No grades will appear on the transcript if you submit the Total Withdraw form by the drop deadline.

 - A grade of "W" will appear on the transcript if you submit the Total Withdraw form by the withdraw deadline.

 - A grade of "F" will appear on the transcript if you submit the Total Withdraw form after the withdraw deadline.

See the Add/Drop/Withdraw Deadlines page dates/information on adding, dropping, and withdrawing.

Partial Withdrawal

If a student leaves at least one class in the schedule, tuition is adjusted to reflect the courses left in the schedule plus the cost of classes that were "withdrawn" in the "No Refund" time frame. A total withdraw is not necessary, but the student may need to use the Change of Schedule/Special Permission form if the drop deadline has passed. The student may adjust their schedule via MAVzone, through the Registrar's Office, WCCC Student Services, or Montrose Student Services.  See the Add/Drop/Withdraw Deadlines page dates/information on adding, dropping, and withdrawing.