Tuition refunds are determined by the effective date that a student officially withdraws from a particular semester or term. The official deadlines are based on a deadline schedule listed in according to the deadline schedule listed on the Office of the Registrar’s Enrollment Deadline Pages. Information about refunds can be found at Tuition & Fee Account – Refund Checks & Credit Backs.
Students are strongly encouraged to find out before they leave campus if they have any outstanding fees. To do so, students should contact the Bursar’s Office.
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University Services & Facilities
Withdrawing from the University will limit or eliminate a student’s access to most campus services and facilities, including: housing, libraries, SERF & Natatorium, University Health Services, email and computer services, etc.
For more information, students should speak with their academic advisor(s).
Repaying Award Money
If a student withdraws from the University, s/he may be required to repay any cash funds (loans, grants, or scholarships) s/he has received for the semester/term . Students who plan to withdraw from the semester/term and are receiving financial aid through UW-Madison should contact the Office of Student Financial Aid as soon as possible. Students can find more detailed information about how withdrawing can have an impact on financial aid by going to withdrawals: refunds and repayment.
Rules to keep in mind
Undergraduates may receive a maximum of 10 semesters of financial aid, with summer sessions as one-half semester. The semester in which a student receives aid and reduces his/her load or withdraws is counted toward the 10 semester rule. Students should contact the Office of Student Financial Aid for the most up-to-date information about financial aid for undergraduate students.
Each year undergraduates are expected to complete 2/3 of all credits for which they have registered with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. A student’s degree credits earned during the summer, fall and spring semester will be evaluated at the end of the spring semester to determine eligibility for financial aid in the upcoming term/year. If a student is considering withdrawing and will earn less than the minimum number of credits, his/her eligibility for future aid may be affected. Please check with the Office of Student Financial Aid for more detailed about your particular situation.