4 If withdrawal is after the sixty percent point in time of the period of

4 if withdrawal is after the sixty percent point in

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4. If withdrawal is after the sixty percent point in time of the period of enrollment—no refund shall be made. The University may designate shorter refund periods for summer session, special courses, and short courses. All notifications of withdrawal or cancella- tion and requests for refunds must be in writing and addressed to Office of the University Registrar, Illinois State University, Campus Box 2202, Normal, IL 61790-2202, or faxed to: (309) 438-3193. A student who changes from full- to part-time status or a part-time student who reduces the num- ber of credit hours carried may receive a reduction of tuition and fees according to the following schedule: 1. If the reduction is on or before the 15th calen- dar day after the first regularly scheduled class day, all tuition and fees not applicable to the new part-time status are reduced. A service charge is not applicable to a student who changes from full-time to part-time status. 2. If the reduction is after the 15th but no later than the 30th calendar day after the first regu- larly scheduled class day, 25 percent of the difference in tuition charge only is reduced. A student may receive a refund of insurance fees if the student demonstrates equal or better insurance coverage and completes the written application on or before the 15th calendar day after the first regularly scheduled class day. A student whose course of study requires absence from campus for the entire term shall, Costs
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30 Costs upon proper application, receive refunds of Activity, Health Service, and Athletic fees. The application for the refund must be made to the Office of University Registrar on or before the 15th calendar day after the first regularly scheduled class day. Part or all of a student’s tuition and fees may be refunded because of the student’s death or dis- ability, extreme hardship, or institutional error. A student may receive a refund of tuition and fees if a scholarship is awarded that covers those fees. The application for refund must be made no later than 60 days after the close of the session. A student may receive a refund of tuition and fees if the University declares him or her ineligible for enrolled status prior to the first day of regularly scheduled class. The statement of the refund policy for University housing is a part of the housing con- tract. Information on the refund policy may be obtained from the Student Accounts Office. Students or parents who believe that individual circumstances warrant exceptions from published policy may appeal to the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs by calling (309) 438-5451. Housing Costs: The typical room and board rate in the residence halls for the 2005-2006 acad- emic year was $5,748 for multiple occupancy and the Silver meal plan. A limited number of singles and super singles are available at an additional cost. Two apartment complexes are available for qualifying upper-class, married, graduate, and fam- ily students. Rental rates for 2005-2006 ranged from $334 to $457. For further information, contact University Housing Services.
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