Spring Refunds & Pro-Rata Charges
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A 100% refund of basic and/or non-resident fees (minus a processing fee) will be given to students who drop all their classes or withdraw from SJSU no later than January 12, 2014. Refundable fees include basic Spring Registration Fees, Non-California Resident Fees, course fees, and miscellaneous fees.
Students who withdraw after January 12, 2014, and who have not paid, will be subject to a pro-rata charge. They will owe a percentage of their fees corresponding to the day their classes were dropped.
Students who withdraw after January 12, 2014, and who have paid in full (or partial), will be subject to a pro-rata charge. A percentage of their fees corresponding to the day their classes were dropped is due to SJSU, and will be deducted from paid amount prior to a refund being sent.
Students who drop units, (but remain enrolled), resulting in a lower fee structure and/or mandatory fee obligation during the designated drop period, January 23 through February 4, 2014, will be entitled to a refund of applicable tuition and mandatory fees. After this date, students who remain enrolled, but drop classes resulting in a lower fee category, will not be eligible for a refund.
A prorated refund from the first day of instruction, January 23, 2013, up to the 60th percent point in the academic period, April 8, 2014, will be applied to students who withdraw from SJSU. The 60th percent point will be equivalent to a 40% refund of all registration and campus mandatory fees with the exception of the transit fee.
For more information, see our Spring Pro-Rata Table (pdf).