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Any student wishing to withdraw from all courses and leave
the University (become a non-student) must submit a letter of withdrawal to the
dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine or the dean of the College of
Biosciences, as applicable; then complete the University check-out process as
outlined under the procedures component of this policy. Failure to complete the
checkout process within 10 business days of non-attendance, unless otherwise
approved, will result in the University withholding all student academic
records until such a time that the requirement is met. The University
withdrawal effective date is determined by the appropriate college dean and is
typically based on the date the request for withdrawal was received.
All questions about the tuition refund policy should be directed
to Finance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This policy applies to all students who have utilized federal Title IV funding in support of their tuition and fees, who withdraw, go on Leave of Absence greater than 180 days or are suspended, dismissed and/or expelled from the University.
In accordance with federal
regulations, refunds are allocated in the following order: Federal Direct
Unsubsidized Loan; Federal Direct Subsidized Loan; Federal
Perkins Loan; Federal Direct GradPLUS. Then any other federal, state or private
refund requirements apply, if applicable; and finally, the student.
Billing/Financial Aid Appeal
A student who has an issue with
the billing or financial aid portion of this policy may write a letter of
KCU c/o Finance
Office (billing) or Director of Financial Aid
Kansas City, MO
1750 Independence AvenueKansas City, Mo. 64106-14531-800-234-4847 | 816-654-7000