Main Campus

Tuition Refund Periods 

 

Georgetown University’s Office of Billing and Payment Services is responsible for reporting and collecting Georgetown University tuition and fees at the direction of the University Registrar.  Accordingly, the University Registrar maintains the refund schedule.

Refund period dates and percentages are derived from GU Main Campus Academic Calendar, University policy for course withdrawal published in GU’s Undergraduate or Graduate Bulletins, or other relevant bulletins.  Standard refund periods for Main Campus Undergraduate and Graduate students during this academic year are found below


Should a student voluntarily withdraw from courses, credit for tuition will be calculated by the date of the student’s official notice to the Dean, according to periods and percentages listed below. 

Period Refund Fall 2018 Spring 2019

1st - 2nd Weeks  

100%

Aug. 29 -  Sept. 12

Jan. 9 -  Jan. 23

3rd - 4th Weeks  

80%

Sept. 13 - Sept. 26

Jan. 24 - Feb. 6

5th - 6th Weeks 

70%

Sept. 27 - Oct. 10 

Feb. 7 - Feb. 20

7th - 8th Weeks 

50% 

Oct. 11 - Oct. 24

Feb. 21 - Mar. 6

9th Week   

40% 

Oct. 25 -  Oct. 31

Mar. 7 - Mar. 13

10th Week

0%

Nov. 1 - Nov. 6 Mar. 14 - Mar. 18

Tuition will not be refunded after

  Oct. 31 Mar. 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Course Fees:  Individual courses may have fees (ex. Lab, Materials, Travel, Performance..) required for enrollment in the course.  Fees are published in a course’s “Detailed Class Information” page (in semester online Schedule of Classes, click on highlighted course title to view course details, including any fees.)   

Course lab or materials fees automatically are removed from a student’s account when the student officially Drops the course during the semester’s Registration Add/Drop Period.  Course Fees are not refunded for courses from which a student Withdraws after the semester’s Add/Drop Period has ended.

 

Yates Fee: The Yates Field House Fee is a mandatory University fee charged to students enrolled full-time in courses. The Yates Fee cannot be waived nor removed from the accounts of full-time enrolled students.