Students must withdraw from classes through the registration function in CampusConnection. Students unable to use the web registration system should contact their home school/college office, whether by email, in person, or by phone. Withdrawals processed via the web or through direct contact with the home school/college office are effective the day on which they are made. Simply ceasing to attend, or notifying the instructor, or nonpayment of tuition, does not constitute an authorized withdrawal from class and will result in academic as well as financial penalty.
When the withdrawal occurs, the tuition charge for courses during a 10-week quarter will be reduced according to the following schedule, in accord with the tuition package:
|Up to 20% or 2 weeks of a ten week term
|After 20% of the term
|| 0% refund|
For courses of more than two weeks, but five weeks or less duration, no reduction will be granted after the first week of the term. For workshops or courses of two weeks or less duration, no reductions will be granted after the workshop or sessions begin. For the Summer sessions, consult your college office.
Even if you have tuition charges reduced, you will still be responsible for the non-refundable $25 registration fee, the new student fee, and college office deposits.
NOTE: Students receiving financial aid are advised to contact a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss the consequences of a withdrawal impacting academic progress and aid eligibility at DePaul University or any other school to which they may transfer. Students in university housing are advised to contact Housing to discuss the consequences of withdrawal impacting eligibility to maintain residence.