Regulations of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia provide for tuition and mandatory fee refunds when formal withdrawal from the institution is approved within a designated period following registration.
The refund percentage that a student receives is a calculation of the time remaining in the semester up through 60% of the semester. Once 60% of the semester has expired, there is no refund for a withdrawal from the institution. A refund of all semester tuition and other mandatory fees is made in the event of death of a student any time during an academic semester. (BR Minutes, 1979-80, p. 61; 1986-87. pp.24-25; 1995, 6. 246).
Refund Preference Selection
Clayton State University delivers your refund with Bank Mobile, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. If your student account shows a credit balance, you may be entitled to receive a refund. A refund preference must be selected with Bank Mobile Disbursements. Please ensure you select a refund preference.
Refunds are processed 14 days after financial aid disbursements post or when any additional payments posts to your student account that creates an over-payment, shown as a credit balance, on your account. All students are not awarded financial aid or have credits post at the same time; so refunds are processed throughout the semester based on the 14th day rule. This is a federal requirement by the Department of Education. Refund processing excludes accounts that have withdrawal activity or enrollment changes, like no shows. All refunds are delivered with BankMobile Disbursements, a technology solution, powered by BMTX, Inc. Please ensure you select a refund preference.
Withdrawal Before Midpoint
No refunds for partial withdrawals. Student must withdraw from all classes to receive a refund. See refund schedule below for full withdrawals.
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USG Common Calendar Full Session
USG Common Calendar 1st Short Session
USG Common Calendar 2nd Short Session