The tuition refund policy is established by the Utah State Board of Regents
and amended by each college or university to fit their programs. Utah Valley University
refunds to students who withdraw from school or drop classes as follows:
- Through the 100% refund date published on the Student Timetable ....100%
- After the 100% refund date published on the student Timetable....0%
Exact dates for semester, block, and weekend classes can be found on the Student Timetable.
Students must drop classes or completely withdraw by the published 100% Refund Deadline
in order to have the charges removed from their account. Students who withdraw after
that date will not receive a refund. If a student has not paid his or her charges
for the semester, he or she will continue to owe the University for these charges
and will be subject to collections procedures if left unpaid.
Changes in enrollment may affect Financial Aid eligibility and amounts received.
Financial Aid awards may be pulled back when dropping courses, thus increasing the
A Petition to the Refund Policy Form can be obtained from the Office of the Registrar
or visit the Registration website.
- Financial Aid Credit Balances stemming from Title IV Federal Student Aid are processed
on a daily basis beginning no earlier than 10 days prior to the start of each semester.
- Tuition refunds from payments other than Title IV are processed weekly after the 100%
Drop Deadline for the semester (See Student Timetable for exact dates).
- Tuition refunds resulting from a credit card payment will be refunded back to the
credit card used for payment, however, Utah Valley University reserves the right to
issue the refund in the form of a check if deemed necessary and appropriate.
- Tuition refunds paid by personal check or processed by ACH will be subject to a three-week
waiting period (calculated from the date the check was posted for payment).
- Refund of tuition paid by a third party will be returned to the organization unless
requested otherwise by the third party organization.