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TUITION REFUND POLICY

Purpose & Scope

The purpose of this policy is to make clear what circumstances may warrant a tuition refund.

Tuition and applicable fees vary according to the degree program in which the student is enrolled. Please refer to the section for each individual degree program for more information.  

Policy Statement

Students will be billed for tuition and fees approximately 30 days prior to the beginning of each semester. Tuition and fees must be paid in full by the first day of class. Late tuition payments or failure to make arrangements to pay tuition will result in the student being removed from class and/or clinical externships.

Students who withdraw (either voluntarily or involuntarily) before the first day of class of a semester for which they have already paid their tuition and fees will receive a 100% refund for that semester, with the exception of any non-refundable deposits, which will be retained by the University. Students who matriculate into the University, begin classes or externships, and withdraw (including leave of absence) within the first 30 calendar days of a semester will be refunded according to the following schedule: 1st week: 90%; 2nd week: 75%; 3rd week: 50%; 4th week: 25%; After 4th week: 0%.

There are occasions when a recommendation and decision for Dismissal or Leave of Absence from a program’s Student Assessment or Performance Committee, or from an administrative entity, may occur within the first four weeks of a semester based on professionalism, performance, or other issues that occurred in the previous semester. These students are eligible for a 100% tuition refund for the current semester.

Exceptions to this policy due to extenuating circumstances must be first approved by the Assistant or Associate Dean of Student Affairs on the student’s primary campus, via the Tuition Refund Form located on the iNet.  If approved, the exception form will be forwarded to the Senior Director of Student Financial Services for review.  If approved, the student’s Dean or Program Director will review.  If approved, the form will be forwarded to the Provost for final review and approval. If seeking an exception to this policy, complete the online “Tuition Refund Form” (located on the iNet), and provide a detailed explanation.

Roles & Responsibilities

VP of Finance Oversight of this policy
Campus Student Affairs Deans Officers Works with the student for initial review and possible first level approval/rejection of the tuition exception request.
Deans, Program Directors Receives approved forms from Student Financial Services and, review and 3rd level approval/rejection of the tuition exception form

 

Provost Receives approved forms from the Dean or Program Director and provides, review and final approval/rejection of the tuition exception form.. The decision of the Provost is final and not appealable.

For Iowa Residents Only: The State of Iowa For-profit Tuition Refund Policy can be found here 

Return of Title IV Funding Policy (PDF)

Requirements and Procedures for Official Withdraw

An involuntary withdrawal/dismissal is a University initiated process that can occur for both academic (such as multiple course failures) and non-academic reasons (unprofessional conduct, violation of University policies, and/or violation of the Student Code of Conduct). In addition, students who fail to complete any academically related activity for ten (10) consecutive days without notifying the Associate/Assistant Dean of Student Affairs shall be considered withdrawn.

A voluntary withdrawal is a student-initiated resignation under which he/she surrenders all rights and privileges as a student of the University. Students must notify the Associate/Assistant Dean of Student Affairs of their request for a voluntary withdrawal verbally or in writing. To return to the University, students must initiate a new application through the Office of Admissions.

Students who voluntarily withdraw from the University are required to meet with or verbally notify their Dean or Program Director, the Associate/Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, and the Office of Student Financial Services.

RESOURCES

The University tuition, fees and cost of attendance are updated annually. To learn more about the tuition costs, individual health insurance and the tuition refund process, click on Tuition and Fees above.

The University and the RVU Alumni Association offer several scholarships to incoming students each year. These scholarships are offered in the form of partial tuition waivers. Scholarship information and applications are available annually, during the spring prior to matriculation.

The design of the applications-based systems curriculum is based on successful integrated academic models for the first two years of the curriculum.

CONTACT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES

COLORADO CAMPUS
8401 S. Chambers Road

Englewood, CO 80112
720-874-2442

For faster response, please direct inquiries to:
sfs@rvu.edu

UTAH CAMPUS
255 E. Center Street

Ivins, UT 84738
435-222-1248

For faster response, please direct inquiries to:
sfssu@rvu.edu

MONTANA CAMPUS
4130 Rocky Vista Way

Billings, MT 59106
406-901-2759

For faster response, please direct inquiries to:
sfsmt@rvu.edu