Refunds and E-Refunds
Withdrawals and Return of Funds Policy
Institutional policy requires that students who wish to withdraw from courses and/or campus housing are required to notify the University in writing. The date the written withdrawal notice is received by the Registrar’s Office, and the date the written withdrawal from housing is received by the Director of Residence Life, will be the basis for determining the respective refund amounts. Housing must be vacated permanently by the withdrawal date. Verbal, telephone, or e-mail withdrawals do not qualify as official withdrawal notices. Withdrawal from housing, but not the institution, may impact students’ financial aid. Students should check with the Financial Aid Office to see how their aid may be impacted.
Tuition: Students who withdraw from some or all of their courses are eligible for tuition adjustments based on the following schedule:
- Fees are not refundable, including general fee, with the exception
of the laboratory/course fee which is totally refunded if the student withdraws prior to the first scheduled class.
- Room & Meal Plan: There is a $25 fee each for canceling or changing
the meal plan after the start of the semester. Room charges are not adjusted. Meal plans will be adjusted based on the following schedule.
Electronic Refunds Are Here! Do you hate going to the bank? Do you lose paper
checks? Holy Family University is happy to give students the option of
receiving their refunds in the account of their choice. It is easy, fast and
secure to sign up. Login to your WebAdvisor account. Click
on Bank Information. Once submitted, any future refunds will be processed electronically.
Depending on your bank the funds can take up to five business days to post
to your account.
Student Refunds are processed approximately two weeks after Financial Aid is posted to the student’s account.