Fees and Refund Policy

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

Students have the right to cancel their enrollment agreement and obtain a refund of charges paid through attendance either on the first day of class or until the seventh (7th) day after enrollment, whichever is later. Cancellation occurs when the student gives written notification of cancellation via the request for change of status on www.pathwayscollege.org by midnight of the first day of class or the seventh (7th) day after enrollment, whichever is later. If the student has received federal student financial aid funds, the student is entitled to a refund of monies not paid from federal student financial aid program funds.

Students may withdrawal during the first 60% of instructional days of a class (five weeks of an eight-week course) and receive a pro-rata refund of the tuition based on the table below.  Students who wish to withdrawal should fill out a withdrawal form on the school’s website (www.pathwayscollege.org). The date a student submits the withdrawal form will determine the percentage of the tuition refund.

Based on an eight week course cycle:

Withdrawal notice received duringRefundable Tuition:Amount of Tuition Owed by StudentNotes on Transcripts
Week 1 (1-7 days)100%0%None, dropped class
Week 2 (8-14 days)100%0%None, dropped class
Week 3 (15-21 days)70%30%W
Week 4 (22-28 days)55%45%W
Week 5 (29-35 days)40%60%W
After week 5 (36 and over days)0%100%F

Additional Notes:

  1. If a student abandons the course at any time after having attended one class or laboratory, and never submits an online withdrawal notification, then the student will receive a grade of “F” for that course and will be responsible for paying full tuition and fees.
  2. Students who request an incomplete grade at any time during a course will not be eligible for a refund in tuition or fees. Please refer to the “Incomplete Grade Policy” in the catalog for specifics in requesting an incomplete.