Tuition Liability Policy


The tuition liability policy goes into effect on the first official day of classes. Students registered for courses must aim to make all registration adjustments (add, drop, swap) prior to the first official day of the semester. Students who are unable to attend and/or secure payment for their registered courses should consider dropping their courses prior to the first official day of the semester. Failure to drop courses prior to the beginning of the semester will result in the following tuition liability charges and grades:

In addition to tuition liability charges, students who register but do not attend and/or stop attending will receive the following grades.

WN GRADE this grade is given to students who register for courses but do not attend. Although this grade does not carry an academic penalty, it does carry a financial liability. In other words, if you register for classes and receive WN grades, you are responsible for 100% of the tuition for those courses.

W GRADE this grade is given to students who elect to withdraw from their courses after the late add period. While W grades do not factor into the GPA, it does appear on a student’s transcript and carries a 100% financial liability.

WU GRADE this grade is given to students who stop attending courses but do not officially withdraw from courses. A WU grade is calculated as an F grade into the GPA and carries a 100% financial liability.