Refunds For Dropped Classes
Students who drop classes within the published time frame are entitled to a refund. A completed Add/Drop Form, which is available at the Academic Records Office or on EagleOnline at http://eagleonline.statetechmo.edu/ics on the Student Information tab, must be submitted in a timely manner to the Academic Records Office in order to drop a class. The date the completed form is received by the Academic Records Office is used to determine refunds eligibility and/or final approval of the classes dropped. For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who never attend, or cease to attend a class they have enrolled in may be administratively withdrawn. Students may also be administratively withdrawn as a result of disciplinary procedures. Students may be financially responsible for charges incurred under these circumstances.
If State Tech cancels a class for any reason, students will receive a full refund for that class.
Students who drop class(es) by submitting the appropriate, completed forms will receive refunds according to the following schedule:
Any class not on a 16-week schedule will be prorated based on the above schedule.
Students may change sections of the same class with the approval of the instructor(s). There is no cost for changing sections during the same semester.
Students who switch from the classroom to a web-based class will be required to pay the additional cost for web-based classes.
Review the current housing agreement for the policy regarding housing refunds.
Credit Balance Refunds
If a student account has a credit balance resulting from excess financial aid, a refund will be processed within 14 days of the date the student’s account reflects a credit balance. Any credit balance created by a third party payment will not be processed until the third party has paid the balance on the account or until funds are secured.
To be eligible for refunds or exchanges, textbooks must be:
Military Deployment Refund
Students who are called to active military duty have the option of withdrawing from classes and receiving a 100% refund or taking incomplete grades and re-enrolling within six months after being released from military duty.
A student who believes he/ or she is entitled to a refund greater than the amount calculated or would like to dispute a charge may complete a Student Financial Appeal Petition, attach the required documentation, and submit the petition to the Financial Services Coordinator’s Office in the Information Technology Center next to the Library at the Cashier window.
The petition must be completed during the semester of the occurrence in question.