You may register online according to the dates posted on the Academic Calendar. Contact the Director of Student Records for more help in registering online once you have met with your academic advisor.
Registration and Withdrawal Deadlines
2012/13 Summer Intensives
Registration deadline is April 12, 2013. Tuition invoices will be prepared the week of June 10, 2012. In the event of withdrawal from a course, tuition refunds will be made through June 7, 2013. Only partial tuition refunds will be made after this date:
June 7, 2013: Last day for full refund of tuition
2012/13 Spring Term (Including March Intensives)
February 15, 2013: Last day for full refund of tuition
2012/13 Fall Term (Including January Intensives)
Registration deadline is September 21, 2012. Tuition invoices will be prepared the week of September 24, 2012. In the event of withdrawal from a course, full tuition refunds will be made through September 21, 2012. Only partial tuition refunds will be made after this date:
September 21, 2012: Last day for full refund of tuition
The Registration Periods for the fall, spring and summer terms are designated on the Academic Calendar as published online each academic year. These registration dates vary from year to year, according to how the Calendar is established in relationship to classes at other schools in the ACTS consortium and to classes at the Divinity School at the University of Chicago.
Fall and Spring Semester General Refund Information
The deadlines for tuition refunds for Fall and Spring Semester courses are as follows:End of the second week of semester: Last day for full refund of tuition.
End of the third week of semester: Last day for 50% refund of tuition.
End of the fourth week of semester: Last day for 25% refund of tuition.
No refunds after the fourth week.
An approved reduction will be reflected on the invoice/statement issued by the Business Office after formal notification from the Director of Student Records of student's withdrawal.
A registered student is liable for all assessed charges until registration is formally withdrawn.
A student who is permitted to change courses by dropping and adding one or more courses will be given full tuition credit for the courses dropped to be applied toward the tuition charges for the courses added if the drop and add occur simultaneously.
A student whose registration is withdrawn for disciplinary reasons is not entitled to a refund of tuition.
Fees are not refundable.
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