Adds, drops, and changes are modifications made to your course enrollment. These modifications must be made via mail or certified through electronic signature, during the Enrollment by Window and Open Enrollment periods. Each modification type is subject to a specific deadline, as outlined below.
This is used to enroll in classes or set additional classes to your schedule. Available through the end of the 2rd week of instruction.
This is used to remove classes from your schedule. Available through the end of the 2nd week of instruction.
Please reference the Academic Calendar for appropriate dates.
NOTE: If the Add/Drop Form is returned with missing information it will be sent back and will delay your refund date. The date of receipt is based on the date your completed form is received by the University Registrar.
Quarterly, the deadline to submit an Add/Drop Form is 6 p.m. on the last day of 2nd week of instruction.
Additional information regarding your Add/Drop request may be required and you will need to provide this information in a timely manner. Failure to respond to requests for information will result in the Add/Drop request being denied by the reviewer or cancelled due to a lack of response by the student.
Requests are typically acted upon within 3-4 business days per reviewer. There is no guarantee that your Add/Drop request(s) will be approved. If approved, the effective date of your request is based on the date and time you submitted your Add/Drop request, not the date and time it was approved. Therefore, deadline dates related to the $10 fee and W grade are enforced using the time and date of your submission.
To petition for an enrollment change after the Add/Drop process is no longer available, contact your corresponding Department Head.
If you wish to discontinue enrollment after paying tuition and fees:
BEFORE YOU FILE FOR WITHDRAWAL
By Mail & Electronically
NOTE: If the Withdrawal Form is returned with missing information it will be sent back and will delay your refund date. The date of receipt is based on the date your completed form is received by the University Registrar.
|Obtain the signature of:||Submit your signed form to:|
|Undergraduate Students||Department Head of your degree program||The University Registrar|
|Graduate Students||Department Head of your degree program||The University Registrar|
Refunds are based on the Wexford Refund Policy, which is published in the Wexford University Catalog and can be found online on the Enrollment Services page. Refer to the Academic Calendar for dates. Late service charges are nonrefundable.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Through the first week of instruction, tuition is refunded in full. After the eighth day of instruction and after, the Schedule of Refunds is applied to the balance of registration tuition and fees paid. Refund checks are issues by the Billing Office approximately three-four weeks after the official notice of withdrawal is initiated.
Standard Refund Schedule
Part or the entire refund amount will be applied to any financial obligations you may owe to the University.
Refund Policy & Finance Information
Students who cancel within eight (8) business days after acceptance by the university will receive a refund of all tuition money paid to the institution. Thereafter, refunds will be as stated below, and will be based upon the percentage of time in each course.
Refundable Tuition Due Student AFTER-
1st week = 80%
2nd week = 60%
3rd week = 40%
4th week = 20%
5th week = 0%
NOTE: Wexford University’s Registrars Office is open 9am – 5pm PST USA Monday through Friday. All completed forms time-stamped within this schedule will fall in line with the Refund Policy listed above. If time-stamped after normal Wexford office hours, the form submitted will count and be dated on the next day.
After the second week of instruction, a single fee of $10 will be charged for all approved enrollment transactions that are submitted on the same day, and will be billed to the student.
If circumstances arise that may lead to you (the student) not being able to complete your course work in the required time, you may be able to file for an Incomplete grade. Contact the University Registrar for more details.