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Refund Policy
The date of refund credit shall be considered the day on which the College receives satisfactory written notification of withdrawal from the student. No refunds are made to a full-time matriculated students for withdrawal from an individual course. Students who have excess credits will be charged for credits in courses from which they have withdrawn. A student can expect to receive a refund no later than the end of a 30-day period after the College has received official notification of withdrawal.

Billing Deadlines
Registration for the Fall/Spring semesters is contingent upon the full payment of previous balances and course availability.
  • July 1 with a payment deadline of August 2 for the Fall Semester
  • December 1 with a payment deadline of January 2 for the Spring Semester
If a student has not paid or made arrangements to pay the tuition bill by the payment due date, the student's registration and housing will be dropped and a hold will be placed on Self-Service. Limited access to Self-Service will remain available.

Should the student wish to remain at the College, he or she must provide proof of payment arrangements. At this point, the student will be allowed to re-register (a re-registration fee will be applied) and re-apply for housing, but is not guaranteed the same courses and/or housing assignment.

Refund Policy

Refunds of tuition will be made in accordance with the following schedule based on the effective date of written notification:
A. Fall & Spring Semester – Undergraduate and Graduate REFUND
Withdraw from all courses before the first week of the semester 100%
Withdraw from all courses before the second week of the semester 80%
Withdraw from all courses before the third week of the semester 60%
Withdraw from all courses before the fourth week of the semester 40%
Withdraw from all courses after the fourth week of the semester 0%
B. Offsite and Non-Degree Courses – offered through UFT, Rockland Teacher Center, SHRM, and other External Agencies
Withdraw prior to first scheduled class meeting 100%
Withdraw after the first scheduled class meeting 0%
C. Summer/Winter Sessions
Withdraw prior to first scheduled class meeting 100%
Withdraw after the first scheduled class meeting None

Students expecting a refund of an overpayment of tuition and room and board must complete a refund request form at the Student Accounts Office. Once the refund check is ready, students will be alerted by email to come to the Student Accounts Office and pick up the check. Photo identification is required for students to pick up refund checks.

Room and Board will be refunded up to and including the fifth week of the semester on a per-diem basis according to the number of days the room was occupied. After the fifth week there is no refund. Students must inform the Office of Residence Life and Housing, in writing, if they are planning to withdraw from residency.

There is no refund for students who are dismissed from residency as part of a disciplinary sanction.
Students who withdraw from residence or who change their on-campus residence without notifying the Director of Residence Life will be charged an appropriate administrative fee.