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Resident Student Tuition and Fees Chart - Summer 2024


Non-Resident Student Tuition and Fees Chart - Summer 2024



Resident Student Tuition and Fees Chart - Fall 2024



Non-Resident Student Tuition and Fees Chart - Fall 2024

MANDATORY FEES

Student Accident Insurance
Fall & Spring semesters $7.50
Summer semester $5.00
Campus Access Fee per Semester $6.00
Late Registration fee $25.00
Some programs and/or classes require additional fees.

 

Additional summer term drop for non-payment dates:

  • Monday, June 24 at 8:00 a.m.
  • Wednesday, July 3 at 8:00 a.m.

All fall term drop for non-payment dates:

  • Tuesday, August 13 at 8:00 a.m.
  • Friday, August 23 at 8:00 a.m.
  • Wednesday, August 27 at 8:00 a.m.

Additional fall term drop for non-payment dates:

  • Monday, October 7 at 8:00 a.m.
  • Thursday, October 17 at 8:00 a.m.

Refund Policy & Schedule

A student who officially withdraws from any or all classes before the official first day of class for the respective term will be refunded the total tuition and other institutional charges.  Students will receive a 100% refund for classes dropped during any drop/add period if a class or classes remain.  After the respective drop/add period, no refund will be given except for total withdrawal from the College.  Students are encouraged to sign up for electronic refunds also known as eRefunds.  For more information, visit eRefunds.

 

Drop/Add Periods

During the defined drop/add periods, student will receive a 100% refund on dropped classes as long as other classes remain on the student’s schedule. Once the drop/add period has ended, partial refunds will be granted only for a complete withdrawal of all classes.  Please refer to the schedule of classes for drop/add dates and times.

 

Total Withdrawal from School

A student who officially or unofficially withdraws completely on or after the first day of class, will be refunded according to the withdrawal date, as follows:

 

Summer 2024
Full Term
Drop/Add Period May 20 – 24 at noon
100% Refund On or before May 19
75% Refund May 20 – 26
50% Refund May 27 – June 2
25% Refund June 3 – 9
0% Refund After June 9
First Term
Drop/Add Period May 20 – 23 at 5:30 p.m.
100% Refund On or before May 19
75% Refund May 20 – 22
50% Refund May 23 – 25
25% Refund May 26 – 28
0% Refund After May 28
Second Term
Drop/Add Period June 27 – July 1 at 5:30 p.m.
100% Refund On or before June 26
75% Refund June 27 – 29
50% Refund June 30 – July 2
25% Refund July 3 – 5
0% Refund After July 5
Fall 2024
Full Term
Drop/Add Period August 19 – 23 at noon
100% Refund On or before August 18
75% Refund August 19 – 25
50% Refund August 26 – September 1
25% Refund September 2 – 8
0% Refund After September 8
First Term
Drop/Add Period August 19 – 22 at 5:30 p.m.
100% Refund On or before August 18
75% Refund August 19 – 21
50% Refund August 22 – 24
25% Refund August 25 – 27
0% Refund After August 27
Second Term
Drop/Add Period October 14 – 16 at 5:30 p.m.
100% Refund On or before October 13
75% Refund October 14 – 16
50% Refund October 17 – 19
25% Refund October 20 – 22
0% Refund After October 22

DEFINITIONS

FEDERAL GRANT RECIPIENT

A student who receives one or more of the following: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), or Alabama Student Assistance Grant (ASAP), is defined as a Federal Grant Recipient.

 

COMPLETE WITHDRAWAL

The withdrawal date is the date that the student submits a completed withdrawal form (withdrawing from all classes) to the Office of Enrollment Services.

 

SIXTY PERCENT (60%) OF ENROLLMENT PERIOD

For each semester, the 60% point is determined by the Office of Financial Aid. Please refer to the Registration Guide for this date. Students who withdraw from school on or before this date will owe a repayment. Students who withdraw after this date will not owe a repayment.

 

REPAYMENT

The amount of repayment will be based upon a formula prescribed by law that considers the date of withdrawal and the amount of federal aid (excluding work study) received. Students who fail to repay the U. S. Department of Education will not be eligible to receive Federal Aid at Shelton State Community College or any other institution.

 

SHELTON STATE DOES NOT GIVE CASH REFUNDS.  Refunds are issued from the Office of Business Services via eRefund, check, or credit card.  Refunds for complete withdrawals on or after the first scheduled day listed on the College calendar for that term will be charged a 5% administrative fee.  Students are encouraged to sign up for electronic refunds also known as eRefunds.  For more information, visit eRefunds.