1. Class cancelled by the College
    If a class is cancelled by the College, enrollment and/or non-resident tuition fees will be refunded in their entirety. If that cancellation results in a student's withdrawal from the College, the mandatory fees will also be refunded.
  2. Withdrawal from the College
    If a student withdraws during the first two weeks of a full-term class or during the first 10% of a short-term class, enrollment fees and/or non-resident fees will be refunded.

    In order to be eligible for a refund of parking, health, accident insurance, associated student (AS) card, student center, and the student representation fees, a student must withdraw from the college prior to the first day of the term for a full-term class or prior to the first day of instruction for a short-term class.
  3. Unit Reduction
    If a change of a program within the first two weeks of a full-term class or during the first 10% of a short-term class results in a reduction in the number of units taken, the enrollment fee or non-resident fee will be refunded at the per-unit cost of the reduction.
  4. Dropping\Withdrawing after Refund Period
    A student who withdraws from a class or the College after the second week of instruction for a full-term class or after the first 10% of a short-term class is not eligible for any refund.
  5. Instructor Drops
    Students who are dropped by their instructor(s) shall be eligible for a refund or credit pursuant to the District's refund policy.
  6. Refund Processing Fee
    A $10 processing fee will be deducted from the amount owed to the student, not to exceed $10 per student per semester. The processing fee does not apply to cancelled classes or over payments.

All refunds will be in the form of a check mailed to the student's address on file in the Admissions & Records Office. Allow 6-8 weeks for all refund checks to be processed and mailed.

(SBCCD Administrative Procedure #5033)