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Refund Policy

Refund of Tuition and Fees
To obtain a refund for tuition and fees, students must officially drop their class(es) online (when available) or in the Admissions and Records Office within the time frames listed below. Refunds are calculated based on the day the student officially drops a class in the Admissions and Records Office, not when the student stops attending class. Refunds are not allowed after the published dates. In case of a course cancellation or a class schedule revision made by the College, a 100 percent refund of tuition and fees is issued. Refunds are processed by the Business Office in approximately two weeks

100% refund for tuition and fees if classes are dropped and processed in the Admissions and Records Office before - but not on - the first day of the semester, session, or class. This includes semester, summer, 4 to 8 week, late starting, and mini-courses. 100% refund for courses dropped prior to January 16, 2013.

90% refund for tuition and fees if classes are dropped and processed in the Admissions and Records Office within the first week of classes (five working days) for semester courses, summer courses, 4 to 8 week courses, and late starting courses. 90% refund for courses dropped from January 16 - January 24, 2013.

50% refund for tuition and fees if classes are dropped and processed by the Admissions and Records Office within the second week of classes (10 working days) for semester courses only. 50% refund for 16 week courses dropped from January 24 - January 30, 2013.
*No 50% refund for 8 week courses.

100% refund for courses less than four (4) weeks in length if students drop prior to the start of the first class period. No refund will be issued after the class begins. Refunds are calculated based on the day the student officially drops a class in the Admissions and Records Office, not when the student stops attending class.

KCKCC will automatically issue a 100% refund if a course is canceled because of insufficient enrollment.

If the student has received federal Title IV student financial aid during the term (PELL Grant, SEOG, Stafford Loan, or a PLUS Loan), the student may be entitled to Title IV calculation. Students who do not receive federal Title IV aid are not entitled to these calculations. Further information is available in the Financial Aid Office and Business Office.

Dropping:
Students can drop classes online from November 1, 2012 – January 15, 2013, the designated drop period. After this date, students must officially drop their classes in writing and direct this to the attention of Admissions and Records Office or KCKCC-Leavenworth Center personnel.

Withdrawing

Students may not withdraw through WebAdvisor.

To withdraw from class, students must complete one of the following options:

  1. Submit a withdrawal form in the Admissions and Records Office on Main Campus, Leavenworth Center, or the Technical Education Center.

  2. Submit a hand written request by mail:

    The request should include your name, student ID, the course(s) you wish to withdraw from, your signature and date.

    Please mail your request to:
    Kansas City Kansas Community College
    Admissions and Records Office
    7250 State Ave
    Kansas City, KS 66112

  3. Attach the hand written request in an e-mail to admiss@kckcc.edu
    The request should include your name, student ID, the course(s) you wish to withdraw from, your signature and date.

Textbooks:
Full textbook refunds are granted until January 30, 2013.