When you pay the Advance Tuition Deposit and register for classes, you are financially committed to UW-Rock County. This means you will owe tuition and fees unless you officially withdraw in the Student Services office. You will not be administratively withdrawn for non-payment.
If you stop attending a course, you need to officially drop the course, or you continue to owe tuition and fees. If you stop attending all courses, you need to officially withdraw by going to Student Services, or you continue to owe tuition and fees. If you drop courses or withdraw after the refund period, you continue to owe tuition and fees.
If you do not attend your first class sessions and have not contacted your instructor(s) by e-mail, phone or mail, you may be dropped from the course(s) to allow others to attend. If other students want to take the course, you may not be able to get back into the course.
If you do not attend your first class session, you may forfeit your Advance Tuition Deposit. If you are not withdrawn, and do not withdraw, you still owe tuition and fees. Absence does not constitute withdrawal.
|Class Length||Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||After|
|12 weeks or more||100%||100%||50%||50%||0%|