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BCC Refund Policy

The refunding process starts the first day of classes for every semester for all non-financial aid students. Any classes dropped the first day of class are only entitled to a 50% refund, the last day to receive a 50% refund for each semester is listed below. If you have not received your non-financial aid refund in 60 days, please contact the Business Office at extension 1285.

 

Refund Due Dates for the Summer 2014 Semester

 

If a student needs to drop or withdraw from a course, the student must drop or withdraw in writing.  The following schedule must be followed to avoid being charged for the course or to receive a refund, if payment has been made. The deletion process cannot be used to drop or withdraw from a class.

Summer I
 
Summer 2014S1 Semester – Last Day to Drop and receive a 100% Refund – May 18, 2014
Summer 2014S1 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% Refund – May 23, 2014
 
Summer 2014S17 Semester – Last Day to Drop and receive a 100% Refund – May 18, 2014
Summer 2014S17 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% Refund – May 23, 2014

Summer II
     
Summer 2014S2 Semester – Last Day to Drop and receive a 100% Refund – July 6, 2014
Summer 2014S2 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% Refund- July 11, 2014

Summer 2014S27 Semester – Last Day to Drop and receive a 100% Refund – July 06, 2014
Summer 2014S27 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% Refund- July 11, 2014

*****All Dates Are Subject To Change Without Notice. *****

 

Refund Due Dates for the Spring 2014 Semester

 

If a student needs to drop or withdraw from a course, the student must drop or withdraw in writing. The following schedule must be followed to avoid being charged for the course or to receive a refund, if payment has been made. The deletion process does not guarantee that the student will not owe a balance.

Spring 2014 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – January 16, 2014
Spring 2014 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund – January 31, 2014

Spring 2014SPJ Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – January 1, 2014
Spring 2014SPJ Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund - January 3, 2014

Spring 2014S71 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – January 20, 2014
Spring 2014S71 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund- January 27, 2014
 
Spring 2014SW1 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – February 06, 2014
Spring 2014SW1 Semester –Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund-February 10, 2014

Spring 2014STW Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – February 17, 2014
Spring 2014STW Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund- February 24, 2014

Spring 2014SW2 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – March 27, 2014
Spring 2014SW2 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund – March 31, 2014

Spring 2014S72 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund – March 23, 2014
Spring 2014S72 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund – March 28, 2014


*****All Dates Are Subject To Change Without Notice. *****

 

Refund Due Dates for the Fall 2013 Semester

 

If a student needs to drop or withdraw from a course, the following schedule must be followed to avoid being charged for the course or to receive a refund, if payment has been made.

Fall 2013 Semester –    Last Day for 100% Refund  – August 27, 2013
Fall 2013 Semester –    Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund –September 11, 2013

Fall 2013F71 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund  – August 27, 2013
Fall 2013F71 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund-September 04, 2013
 
Fall 2013FTW Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund  – September 25, 2013
Fall 2013FTW Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund-October 2, 2013

Fall 2013FW1 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund  – September 05, 2013
Fall 2013FW1 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund- September 09, 2013

Fall 2013F72 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund  – October 22, 2013
Fall 2013F72 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund –October 29, 2013

Fall 2013FW2 Semester – Last Day for 100% Refund  – October 17, 2013
Fall 2013FW2 Semester – Last Day to Drop or Withdraw and receive a 50% refund – October 21, 2013

*****All Dates Are Subject To Change Without Notice. *****

 
  1. If you are dropping courses for any reason, you must file a Drop/Add form with the Registration Office. Your failure to follow this procedure will cost you to forfeit any refunds.
  2. Refund amounts are based on the date the Registration Office receives your form, as follows:
    • Fall and Spring Semesters
      Drop prior to first day of classes: 100% refund
      Drop during first two weeks of semester: 50% refund
      Withdrawal after first two weeks of semester: 0% refund
    • Summer Terms
      Drop prior to first day of classes: 100% refund
      Drop during first week of term: 50% refund
      Withdrawal after first week of term: 0% refund
 
Specific withdrawal dates for the current semester are listed in the Events Calendar.
 
Processing Your Refund
Tuition refunds are processed during the 60 working days following the last day of the official drop/add period. Refunds are processed first for courses cancelled by the College. If you paid by check, BCC will issue your refund by check. If you paid by bank credit card, your refund will be credited to your credit card account. All check refunds are mailed to the address the College has on file. For a smoother, quicker refund, it is your responsibility to see that your correct mailing address is on record with the College.
 
Exceptions and Appeals
The College maintains a Committee on Exceptions and Appeals to review any student challenges to the College's stated financial policies. The Committee makes its decision based on the student's written petition as supported by appropriate documentation (i.e., verification of extended hospitalization from a doctor or hospital, transfer orders signed by a military commander, etc.).
 
Should you wish to appeal a decision, you should file a petition within 90 days of the occurrence which necessitates the appeal. Appeals submitted after 90 days must be supported with extraordinary circumstances to be favorably considered.
 
 
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