Refunds for Class Drop

The semester’s first class day is always the first official university day of classes; not the first day of an individual’s class.  To calculate the adjustment for class(es) dropped, input your current credit hours and subtract them from the new credit hours in the Tuition and Fee Calculator.  The difference is the amount that will be automatically adjusted on your student account once the class is dropped.  You may receive a refund directly to you if your tuition and fee charges were paid in full prior to dropping the class or withdrawing from the session.

Refunds for Withdrawing From Session

 Spring 2022 3 Week Session (3W1)
Last day to withdraw for 100% refund December 13th
First Class Day December 14th
Last day to withdraw for 80% refund December 14th
Census Date, Last day to Drop for a full refund December 14th
Last day to withdraw for 50% refund December 15th
 Spring 2022 Regular Session (REG)
Last day to withdraw for 100% refund January 17th
First Class Day January 18th
Last day to withdraw for 80% refund January 22nd
Last day to withdraw for 70% refund January 28th
Census Date, Last day to Drop for full refund January 31st
Last day to withdraw for 50% refund February 9th
Last day to withdraw for 25% refund February 15th
 Spring 2022 8 Week Session 1 (8W1)
Last day to withdraw for 100% refund January 17th
First Class Day January 18th
Last day to withdraw for 80% refund January 20th
Last day to withdraw for 50% refund January 23rd
Census Date, Last day to Drop for a full refund January 24th
 Spring 2022 8 Week Session 2 (8W2)
Last day to withdraw for 100% refund March 20th
First Class Day March 21st
Last day to withdraw for 80% refund March 23rd
Census Date, Last day to Drop for a full refund March 26th
Last day to withdraw for 50% refund March 26th

Return of financial aid after Drop/Withdrawal

If you drop classes or withdraw from the semester, you may be required to return all or a portion of the financial aid that you accepted.   This situation could result in you owing funds to UNT, the government, or both.

If you are considering withdrawal from UNT, please contact a Financial Aid counselor and your Academic Advisor so your decision will be based on a clear understanding of the consequences of withdrawing from all classes.

Tuition Insurance

Tuition insurance is a plan that can be purchased by students or their family member who pays for tuition that ensures reimbursement for tuition, room and board, and other fees for covered withdrawals at any time during the semester. An example of a covered withdrawal would be one in which a student must leave due to an unexpected injury or illness.

UNT contracts with GradGuard's™ Tuition Insurance from Allianz Global Assistance. The company offers tuition insurance featuring special plans and rates not available to the general public. Plans also include Student Life Assistance: a 24-hour emergency hotline.

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