REFUND POLICIES

The following schedule governs refunds when an undergraduate student is detached from the University or is granted a leave of absence during the fall or spring semesters. For voluntary withdrawals, the applicable refund is determined based on the date the student notifies the University of their withdrawal.

Tuition, Green Fund Fee and Student Activity Fee Refunds

Fall 2021

Spring 2022

Refund Amount

By September 5

By January 19

100% of tuition and fees

September 6 - September 12

January 20 - 26

90% of tuition only

September 13 - 19

January 27 - February 2

75% of tuition only

September 20 - 26

February 3 - February 9

50% of tuition only

September 27 - October 3

February 10 - 16

25% of tuition only

After October 3

After February 16

No Refund


Housing Refunds

These refunds are pro-rated based on the number of days of occupancy. The occupancy start date is the day housing opens to an individual each semester. The end date is the later of the date at which the student notifies the University of their withdrawal or the date belongings have been removed AND the key returned to the Office of Residential Life as outlined in the Housing Contract. No refunds will be granted after October 3 for the fall semester and February 16 for the spring semester. Students subject to involuntary withdrawals are not eligible for a housing refund.

Dining Refunds

These refunds are pro-rated up to the value remaining in the semester in which the withdrawal occurs. Dining plans are deactivated based on the withdrawal date recorded by the Registrar. No refunds will be granted after November 30 for the fall semester and April 30 for the spring semester.

Refund of Credit Balances

Requests for student account credit balance withdrawals must be submitted online by the student by completing the request form found here. Refunds to Non U.S. Citizens may be subject to NRA federal income tax withholding.  Scholarship payments directly to non-resident aliens, including refunds of a student account credit balance, must always be treated as non-qualified scholarships, and are therefore reportable and require withholding, unless a treaty or code exemption applies.  

Non-Resident Study Refunds

Refer to the Non-Resident Study Agreement and Disclosure which is signed by the student prior to study abroad with the Office of Study Abroad.

Summer Session Refunds

For information relating to Summer Session refunds, please visit the Summer Session web site.

Student Health Insurance Plan

Coverage under the student health insurance plan is not refundable and continues for the length of the plan.

Graduate Liberal Studies Refunds

For information relating to GLS refunds, please visit the GLS web site.

Financial Aid Refunds

These refunds are pro-rated based upon the number of days enrolled.  Contact the Financial Aid Office (finaid@wesleyan.edu) for more information.

Optional Tuition Insurance

Wesleyan is pleased to advise you of an optional Undergraduate insurance program which extends the above referenced refund policy. This program is known as the Tuition Refund Plan (TRP) and is offered by A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. Application to Dewar must be made prior to the first day of class if enrolled on-campus or by the non-resident program start date if studying away.  For more information, please visit the Dewar website.