Tuition Payments:  Withdrawal Policy

Students who withdraw or are expelled from the University of Mary prior to the sixty percent point in the semester may be required to repay some or all of their financial aid received. Students who withdraw after the sixty percent point in the semester are considered to have earned all of their aid received. The return of financial aid will be calculated based on the US Dept. of Education guidelines.

Tuition, fees and internal scholarships (those given by the University of Mary) will be returned in full during the add/drop period with the exception of consumable charges (room and board). These consumable charges will be prorated based on the date of withdrawal. Students who withdraw after the add/drop period will have their charges calculated and prorated on the same basis as financial aid.

The amount of aid and the charges incurred are determined on a pro‐rata basis. As an example, if you complete 30% of the semester and then withdraw, you will earn 30% of your aid and you will be charged 30% of your tuition, fees, and other charges. Students who withdraw after the 60% point in the semester will be considered to have earned all of their financial aid for the semester and will not have charges adjusted.

Students who have aid adjusted upon withdrawal may be due a post‐withdrawal disbursement or may be required to repay some of the aid already received. All unpaid account balances are the responsibility of the student to pay in full. The University reserves the right to withhold transcripts and students will not be allowed to re‐enroll in classes until balances are made current.

Any questions regarding the University of Mary’s adjustment policy of Federal Student Aid requirements can be directed to the Office of Financial Aid at 701‐355‐8142 or the Office of Student Accounts at 701‐ 355‐8143.