Enrollment Withdrawal Refund Schedule

Refunds of Charges:

Refunds of tuition, mandatory fees, course fees and overload fees will be made according to the applicable schedule below.

If a course is cancelled for a part-time student, 100% of all course related tuition and fees will be refunded.

Please note that all charges and fees for academic trips, study away programs, and other off-campus programs are non-refundable.

Students in on-campus or online programs, including Continuing Education (non-degree) students, who drop or withdraw from all of their courses will receive refunds according to the schedule below.  

Date Percentage Refunded
Student withdraws from PSU before the first day of classes 100%
Student withdraws from PSU on or after the first day of classes, but on or before the second Friday of the term 75%
Student withdraws from PSU after the second Friday of the term, but on or before the 30th day after Registration Day 50%
Student withdraws from PSU after the 30th day after Registration Day 0%

Enrollment, Orientation, Late Fees, and course fees for academic trips are non-refundable.

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