Tuition adjustments will be granted on the following calendar week basis for students who find it necessary to completely withdraw from Indiana Tech before the end of the semester and who make prompt official application for withdrawal and tuition refund.
Complete withdrawal from the university must be initiated by the student, however, the withdrawal process begins with the approval of the Associate Dean.
|2016-17 Law School Withdrawal Deadlines|
|1st & 2nd Weeks||8/22/16-9/4/16||25%|
|3rd & 4th Weeks||9/5/16-9/18/16||50%|
|After 5th Week||On or after 9/26/16||100%|
|1st & 2nd Weeks||1/9/17-1/22/17||25%|
|3rd & 4th Weeks||1/23/17-2/5/17||50%|
|After 5th Week||On or after 2/13/17||100%|
|Summer Bridge Courses|
|1st Day||No Charge|
|After 4th Day||100%|
*Applies to tuition, housing, and meal fees only. All other fees are charged in full (100%) for the semester. Housing deposits less any damage charges or fines are refundable on withdrawals after the fifth week. Refundable housing deposits will first be applied to any outstanding tuition account balance. Housing deposits are forfeited on withdrawals during the first five weeks of a semester.
Additional withdrawal information
Withdrawal forms must be filed with the Associate Dean promptly; otherwise, the withdrawal will not be considered official. The withdrawal policy does not apply to any student who is dismissed from the university because of misconduct.
Tuition adjustments will not be made, nor will tuition be refunded, for individual courses dropped after the fifth day of classes.
Students who participate in Title IV federal financial aid programs who find it necessary to withdraw completely from all classes will have their federal aid assessed based on the total actual weeks of completion. The assistance is calculated based on the percentage of time enrolled as documented by the withdrawal date provided by the registrar’s office. Charges owed to Indiana Tech are calculated based on the above Withdrawal Policy.
The federal adjustment policy will be calculated and applied to students who:
- Withdraw on or before the 60% point of the enrollment period for which the aid was intended.
- Receive Title IV federal student financial assistance for the period indicated in #1.
This policy will be used for only those students receiving federal aid. The net refund to Title IV programs will be applied in the following order:
- Unsubsidized Loans
- Graduate PLUS Loan (GR PLUS)
- Private Loans
- Other Title IV Assistance
When this occurs, the Financial Aid Office reduces the award which results in the appropriate funds being pulled from your student account and sent back to the appropriate loan or Title IV Assistance. If a refund of excess financial aid has already occurred, you will be notified of the need to pay these funds back to Indiana Tech.