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Tuition and Fees Refund/Credit Schedule

Should you need to drop a course - or completely withdraw from all of your classes - please review the below chart for details regarding deadline dates, refund/credit percentages, and grades to be assigned.

New for Summer 2013!

Beginning with the Summer 2013 term, NEIU will no longer cancel student registrations for non-payment. In place of this, we will ask that you review and accept a Financial Agreement document. You will see a new page with a link to the Financial Agreement; until this page is available it is important that you understand NEIU will not cancel your classes for non-payment. To review the dates for dropping classes and the associated credit/refund percentages please see the online schedule of classes. The schedule of classes also includes payment due dates.

Tuition and Fees Refund/Credit Schedule

Tuition and Fees Refund/Credit - Summer IA 2013
Time Period Feb. 25 -  May 15 May 16 - June 2  June 3- June 4  June 5 - June 10 June 11 -  June 14
Credit / Refund Amount 100% 90% 50% 25% No Refund
Grade Issued None None W W W
Tuition and Fees Refund/Credit - Summer I 2013
Time Period Feb. 25 -  May 15 May 16 - June 2  June 3 - June 7   June 8  - June 18  June 19  - July 16
Credit / Refund Amount 100% 90% 50% 25% No Refund
Grade Issued None None W W W
Tuition and Fees Refund/Credit - Summer II 2013

Time Period             

Feb. 25 -  June 27     June 28 -     July 14    July 15 -    July 17    July 18 -   July 23    

July 24 -   July 26

Credit / Refund Amount 100% 90% 50% 25% No Refund
Grade Issued None None W W W

Important Information:

  1. To officially drop or withdraw from any or all courses, access NEIUport. The transaction must be completed by 11:59 p.m. on the dates listed above.
  2. The tuition refunds/credits apply should you be reducing your course load or completely withdrawing from all courses. If you are completely withdrawing from all of your courses, you will be assessed a $10 Complete Withdrawal fee between February 25 through July 23, 2013.
  3. If you drop and add a course on the same date during the 90% credit period, you will not be assessed the 10% if the credit hours for the added course are the same number or more as the dropped course.
  4. Failure to officially withdraw or drop classes will result in the assignment of an “F” (Failure) grade.
  5. If you completely withdraw from all courses after the 100% credit period, you may still be assessed charges if you have not paid the full amount of tuition and fees.
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