If you have paid your fees, but dropped from all or part of your enrollment by the refund deadline (see the Academic Calendar for the deadline for the current semester) you will be eligible for a full refund of the class fees/tuition.

Refund checks will be sent two weeks after census date of the class (bi-weekly thereafter). A check will be sent to the mailing address on file for the student. It is your responsibility to officially drop courses they are no longer attending within the refund period to be eligible for a refund.

Learn More About Dropping a Class


How Refunds Are Calculated

Health Fee: Refundable if all classes are dropped by the published refund deadline.

Enrollment Fee: Refundable if class(es) are dropped by the published refund deadline.

Course Fee: Refundable if class(es) are dropped by the published refund deadline.

Student Representation and Activity Fee: Refundable if all classes are dropped by the published refund deadline.

Parking Fee: Refundable if permit is returned before or during the first two weeks of the semester or during the first week of the intersession. immediate refunds may be requested at the Student Business Services, B-203.

Method of Refund: Checks will be sent by mail to the mailing address on file.


Returned Checks or Credit Card Charges

A $10.00 charge is assessed for each check or credit card charge returned to the college unpaid for any reason. A stop payment order on a check or credit card charge does not constitute an official withdrawal nor does it relieve the student’s financial obligation for registration.

Failure to immediately contact Fiscal Services in C-203 or at (626) 585-7451  to replace a returned check or credit card charge with cash or money order will result in dismissal from the college.