Summer Session I 2014

5/07/14 Summer Session I 2014 Due Date, or at registration, whichever is later.
5/19/14  A $30.00 Late Fee will be charged on registrations received on or after this date.
5/19/14
Summer I 2014 begins.
5/23/14

Last day to register/add classes.  Last day to drop courses & receive 100% refund/cancellation of tuition & course fees for classes that begin on 5/19/14.

7/02/14 Summer I 2014 ends.
7/04/14 No classes.  Office closed.

 

Summer Session II 2014

6/11/14 Summer Serssion II 2014Due Date, or at registration, whichever is later.
7/07/14 A $30.00 Late Fee will be charged on registrations received on or after this date.
7/07/14 Summer II 2014 begins.
7/11/14

Last day to register/add classes. Last day to drop courses & receive 100% refund/cancellation of tuition & course fees for classes that begin on 7/07/14.

8/19/14 Summer II 2014 ends. 

WITHDRAWAL:  Students who decide not to attend must notify the Academic Records Office in writing or drop classes via the web by May 23, 2014 for Summer I and July 11, 2014 for Summer II in order to receive a reduction of charges for those courses scheduled within institutional session parameters.  Other courses may have different cutoff dates. Contact the Academic Records Office if you need information on a specific course. Non-attendance or non-payment does not constitute notification of withdrawal.

                

Fall Semester 2014

8/04/14
Fall Semester 2014 Payment Due Date
8/25/14
A $30.00 Late Fee will be charged on registrations received on or after this date.
8/25/14
Fall Semester 2014 begins.

9/02/14

 

 

9/2/14

Last day to register/add classes.  Last day to drop courses & receive 100% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes.   Last day for part-time students to change status to full-time.  Students will then be charged block tuition if registered for 12 - 18 credits, and $630.00 per credit for any credits over 18.

Last day to set up on-line monthly payment plan with Official Payments.  A 25% down payment is required and remaining monthly payments will be split equally.

9/05/14 Room cancelled except for $300 room fee: board charges are prorated.

9/03/14
To
9/09/14

80% Refund/Cancellation period begins.

Last day to drop courses & receive 80% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes.  Students owe 20% of charges.
 

9/10/14
To
9/16/14

65% Refund/Cancellation period begins.

Last day to drop courses & receive 65% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes. Students owe 35% of charges.

9/17/14
To
9/23/14

50% Refund/Cancellation period begins.

Last day to drop courses & receive 50% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes. Students owe 50% of charges.

9/24/14

Any courses dropped today receive no refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees.  Students owe 100% of charges.

9/30/14 Last day to waive student health insurance via the "Student Services" link on the Marywood homepage, www.marywood.edu.  Click on "Student Health Plan" to bring you to the Bollinger Insurance sire; then click on "Online Waiver" to complete the process.

UNEARNED FINANCIAL AID:  Financial aid received by students who withdraw may also be adjusted.  In accordance with current federal regulations, those students who receive federal financial aid and who withdraw from the University during the first 60% of a semester will have their federal financial aid adjusted based on the percent of the semester completed prior to withdrawal.  A detailed explanation of the federal policy and withdrawal/refund dates are available from the Cashier's Office.

Non-attendance or non-payment does not constitute notification of withdrawal.

Spring Semester 2015

12/12/14 Spring Semester 2015 Due Date or payment due at the time of registration.
1/14/15 A $30.00 Late Fee will be charged on registrations received on or after this date.
1/14/15 Spring Semester 2015 begins.

1/16/15

1/22/15

 

Last Day to set up on-line monthly payment plan with Official Payments.

Last day to register/add classes.

Last day to drop courses & receive 100% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes. Room cancelled except for $300 fee; board charges are prorated. Last day for part-time students to change status to full-time. Students will then be charged block tuition if registered for 12 – 18 credits, and $630.00 per credit for any credits over 18.

1/23/15
To
1/29/15

80% Refund/Cancellation period begins. No room charges cancelled.

Last day to drop courses & receive 80% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes. Students owe 20% of charges.

1/30/15
To
2/05/15

65% Refund/Cancellation period begins.

Last day to drop courses & receive 65% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes. Students owe 35% of charges.

2/06/15
To
2/12/15

50% Refund/Cancellation period begins.

Last day to drop courses & receive 50% refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees for students charged per credit or block tuition students who withdraw from all classes. Students owe 50% of charges.

2/13/15
Any courses dropped today receive no refund/cancellation of tuition and course fees.  Students owe 100% of charges.
2/14/15 Last day to do the on-line student health insurance waiver with Bollinger Insurance via the "Student Services" link on the Marywood homepage, www.marywood.edu.  Click on "Student Health Plan" to bring you to the Bollinger Insurance site; then click on "Online Waiver" to complete the process.

UNEARNED FINANCIAL AID: Financial aid received by students who withdraw may also be adjusted. In accordance with current federal regulations, those students who receive federal financial aid and who withdraw from the University during the first 60% of a semester will have their federal financial aid adjusted based on the percent of the semester completed prior to withdrawal. A detailed explanation of the federal policy and withdrawal/refund dates are available from the Cashier’s Office.

Non-attendance or non-payment does not constitute notification of withdrawal.