Weekly meal plans can be refunded if a student completely withdraws from the University (graduation does not constitute withdrawal)
Once a request for refund due to a withdrawal from the University has been reviewed and validated, the student will be financially responsible for the weekly prorated dining charge for their plan. The meal plan charge will be prorated through the week of the last use of the plan or through the week of the effective date of withdrawal from the University, whichever date is later; and a prorated amount will be refunded to the student’s account based on the following week of the later date.
The associated Dining Dollars portion will be refunded based on use. Proration of unused meal plan can be calculated as follows:
Step 1: Determine Prorated Base Meal Plan Cost Per Week
|Meal Plan||Prorated Base Meal Plan Cost per Week|
Step 2: Calculate Prorated Base Meal Plan Cost
|Prorated Base Meal Plan Cost per Week|
|x||Remaining Weeks in Semester|
|=||Prorated Base Meal Plan Cost|
Step 3: Calculate Total Unused Meal Plan Refund
|+||Prorated Base Meal Plan Cost|
|+||Remaining Dining Dollars Balance|
|=||Total Unused Meal Plan Refund|
- Rollover Dining Dollars from the previous semester is non-refundable at any time.
- Promotional Dining Dollars is non-refundable at any time
- There are no cancellations or refunds permitted for students who withdraw within the last eight (8)weeks of classes, based on the last date of the semester.
- If a student is released from their dining contract due to withdrawal from the University but re-enrolls later for the initially withdrawn term the student will again become financially responsible for the originally contracted dining plan.