Tuition & Fee Withdrawal Adjustments

Dropping Courses

Please note, if you drop a course prior to Day 10 of the semester and become part-time, your tuition and fees will adjust according to the semester tuition and fee rates for the part-time credit level. If you drop a course after Day 10, and receive a "W" in the course, you are still financially responsible for the course. No tuition and fee refunds will be issued.

Withdrawing from UConn

Students seeking to fully withdraw from the University for any reason must work with the appropriate campus offices to complete the withdrawal process.  No withdrawal adjustments are made unless these procedures are followed.

Who should I contact to withdraw from UConn?

Storrs Undergraduate & Undergraduate Non-Degree Students - Dean of Students Office

Regional Undergraduate & Undergraduate Non-Degree Students - Office of Student Services at respective regional campus

Graduate & Graduate Non-Degree Students - The Graduate School

Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Schedule

Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Schedule

(Based upon full withdrawal from the University)

General Schedule

After the first day of classes, withdrawal adjustments are made only on eligible tuition and fee charges according to the following schedule:

Date Adjustment
First day of classes 100%
Remainder of the 1st calendar week 90%
2nd week 60%
3rd and 4th week 50%
5th week through 8th week 25%

There are no adjustments after the 8th week of classes. 

Calendar weeks run Monday through Sunday; whatever day of the week on which the semester begins, the following Sunday ends the first calendar week.


Fall 2024 Dates

Date Adjustment
August 26 100%
August 27 - September 1 90%
September 2 - September 8 60%
September 9 - September 22 50%
September 23 - October 20 25%

Spring 2025 Dates

Date Adjustment
January 21 100%
January 22 - January 26 90%
January 27 - February 2 60%
February 3 - February 16 50%
February 17 - March 16 25%

Eligible and Ineligible Charges

Eligible Charges

  • Tuition
  • Activity Fee
  • General University Fee
  • Graduate Activity Fee
  • Graduate Matriculation Fee
  • Infrastructure Maintenance Fee
  • Meal Plan (Board Fee)
  • Residence Hall Fee (conditions apply)
  • Student Health and Wellness Fee
  • Student Rec Center Fee
  • Technology Fee
  • Transit Fee

Ineligible Charges

  • Application Fee
  • Acceptance Fee (Enrollment Deposit)
  • Continuous Registration Fee
  • Late Payment Fee(s)
  • Payment Plan Enrollment Fee
  • Reinstatement fee
  • Room Deposit/Reservation Fee (conditions apply)

    Summer and Winter Intersession Course Fee Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Policy

    Summer and Winter Intersession Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Policy

    A full tuition and fee adjustment will be issued if a class is dropped by the last posted day to drop for a given summer/winter sessionless the non-refundable summer/winter enrollment fee (currently $65 for non-degree students and $45 for matriculated UConn students).

    There will be no adjustments after the last posted day to drop for a given session. Final drop dates for all summer and winter sessions are posted on the Summer Session website and the Winter Session website.

    Please note that withdrawal from a class may affect your summer or winter financial aid status.

    It is your responsibility to initiate withdrawal from a summer or winter class. Non-attendance at classes or non-payment of fees does not constitute a withdrawal or relieve you of your financial obligation.

    UConn Health Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Policy

    UConn Health Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Policy

    UConn Health has a specific withdrawal adjustment policy.pdf.pdf that is different from Storrs and the regional campuses.

    Students who withdraw from UConn SOM and SODM during an academic term will receive a tuition adjustment based on the institutional schedule. All students who separate from UConn Health Center Medical and Dental Schools are subject to the UCH Withdrawal Tuition and Fee Adjustment Policy. Tuition adjustments will be calculated based on the date that all requirements are completed to finalize the withdrawal.


    Withdrawal through first calendar week of the term: 90%
    Second week of the term: 80%
    Third week of the term: 70%
    Fourth week of the term: 60%
    Fifth week of the term: 50%
    Sixth week of the term: 40%
    Seventh week of the term: 30%
    Eighth week of the term: 20%
    After eighth week of the term: No Refund

    Eligible Fees:

    Tuition I/S Yes
    Tuition O/S Yes
    Tuition NER Yes
    Professional Fees Yes
    Student Activity Fee No
    Laptop No
    Laptop sales tax No
    Dental Kits No
    Kit sales tax No

    No fees are eligible for adjustment after the 8th week of classes.

    (Calendar weeks run Monday through Sunday. Regardless of the day of the week the semester begins, the following Sunday ends the first calendar week.)

    Return of Federal Financial Aid

    For more information, please visit: Withdrawals | Office of Student Financial Aid Services