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The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Student Handbook 2018-2019

4.4 - Refund Policy

Refund for Cancellation Prior to the First Day of Classes

Registration may be cancelled at any time before the scheduled first day of classes without financial obligation to the University.  Students that have received a financial aid disbursement for the term from which they are cancelling should contact the Financial Aid Office (https://www.ouhsc.edu/financialservices/SFA) or the  Bursar’s Office.  When enrollment is cancelled at 100%, the Financial Aid refunded will be required to be returned immediately to the University so it may be returned to the lender.

Refund for Withdrawal During First Two (2) weeks of Classes

Withdrawal from the Health Sciences Center refers to dropping all enrolled courses for a given term.  A withdrawal may be processed during the first two (2) weeks of a regular term or first week of a summer term without financial obligation to the University.  Students that have received a financial aid disbursement for the term from which they are withdrawing should contact the Financial Aid Office (https://www.ouhsc.edu/financialservices/SFA) or the Bursar’s Office.  When enrollment is withdrawn at 100%, the Financial Aid refunded will be required to be returned immediately to the University so it may be returned to the lender.

Withdrawal Beginning at Week Three (3) of Classes

Withdrawal from classes after the first two (2) weeks of a fall or spring term or the first week of a summer term does not relieve students of their financial obligation to the University.   Students will be charged 100% of the tuition and fees due to the University.  Students who have received a financial aid disbursement for the term from which they are withdrawing may be required to return a portion of their financial aid in accordance with federal regulations.  Students should contact either the Financial Aid Office or the Bursar’s Office for assistance.

Students withdrawing after classes begin should initiate their withdrawal by meeting with their Student Academic Affairs official. Graduate students should initially contact their department, and special students or auditors should contact the Office of Admissions and Records. Students will be required to obtain the Financial Aid Office’s approval before the withdrawal may be processed.

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