Kenyon College has adopted the following policy with regard to the refund of tuition and board if a student chooses to voluntarily withdraw for a non-medical reason during the term. The College also adheres to the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 regarding the refund of federal financial aid in the event of withdrawal from the College.
Student Accounts Refund Policy:
If a student chooses to withdraw for a non-medical reason during the first 60% of the semester, the College will pro-rate a tuition refund based on the percentage of the semester completed. If the withdrawal is effective after 60% of the term has been completed, tuition for the semester will not be adjusted. Board charges will be credited for the term based on the percentage of the semester completed. Room rent and other fees and charges are not refundable.
Financial Aid Refund Policy:
If you are a recipient of federal financial aid and withdraw from the College prior to completing 60% of the semester, federal regulations require the College to calculate how much aid you have earned. Any unearned federal and institutional financial aid will be charged back to your student account possibly creating a balance due to the College. For the complete description of the Federal and Institutional Financial Aid Refund policy refer to the College Federal and Institutional Financial Aid Refund Facts.