A student who wishes to withdraw from the university must complete this form, which is then submitted to the Registrar’s Office and other student services departments.
Tuition refund is based on the date on which the completed form is sent to the Registrar’s Office.
If a student withdraws prior to “the last day to drop a course” for the term, a grade of “W” will be recorded on the transcript for all courses in which the student is enrolled. If a student withdraws after “the last day to drop a course” for the term, a grade will be assigned for all courses in which the student is enrolled based on all of the course requirements (including any remaining assignments). Any student who withdraws from the university without completing this online form, will have a grade of “F” recorded on the transcript for all courses in which the student is enrolled. Appeals will be considered on a case-by-case basis and must be presented in writing to the Registrar.
Departments to Contact
Contact Learning Services at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an exit interview. This must be completed in order for this form to be considered complete.
Contact Student Life at email@example.com to discuss your dorm exit date (if you live on campus), the return of your mailbox key, and the return of your dorm key.
Contact the Students Accounts office at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your tuition account.
Contact the Financial Aid office at email@example.com to discuss OSAP or any other financial matters.
Contact Campus Services at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss meal plans or campus cash balances.
Once the Registrar’s Office has receive consent from all of the above departments, you will be withdrawn from your courses.
Tuition and Fees Refund Policy
Refunds of tuition for the term currently enrolled in will be made only from the withdrawal date on this form.
Refunds of tuition and Redeemer Student Fees and Student Senate Fees will be calculated according to the table on page 28 in the Academic Calendar.
Transit fees are not refundable. The student should be aware that any aid, such as bursaries, grants, loans, scholarships, etc., received from Redeemer University and/or private sources for the term (or academic year if so stated in the notice of award) will be forfeited in full. Reclamation of this aid will be charged against any refund due. If there is no refund due, the student is responsible for any outstanding balance on their financial account caused by the forfeiture of this aid.
If a student does not complete the academic year and has received government funding, this funding will be re-assessed.
Any refund will be used first to repay any government funding overpayment caused by this re-assessment, after which
the student will receive the residual refund, if any.
Food and Housing Refund Policy
Refunds of housing fees will be allowed only in case of withdrawal from the University. A student withdrawing from
housing (but not from the University) will be charged 100% of the term housing fees.
A student withdrawing from
housing (and from the University) will pay a percentage of the term housing fee based on the table on page 28 of the Academic Calendar.
Please note that there may be extenuating reasons that could result in an exception to this policy.
Refunds of food plan fees will be made on a pro-rated basis. Refunds of flex dollars will be based on usage.