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Spring 2014 Semester | Summer 2014

REFUNDS

ProEd students withdrawing from the University will receive a pro-rated assessment of the course tuition according to the following schedule. Students who drop individual courses without withdrawing entirely from the University before the 0% refund period begins may expect that fees will be adjusted to the most recent credit hour enrollment. No fee adjustments will be made to individual course drops after the 40% refund deadline.

Please note that all courses which were dropped within 10 calendar days of a full withdrawal will be included in the calculation when determining the amount for which a student will be responsible when withdrawing from the University.

Last Day to Receive a Refund in Course Tuition

01-20-2014

100% refund

02-03-2014

80% refund

02-17-2014

60% refund

03-03-2014

40% refund

03/24/2014

0% refund

Note: Course tuition fees include the Engineering Differential, University Technology, and University Repair and Rehabilitation Fees. These are non-refundable unless a student withdraws from the course with a 100% refund.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL AND CHANGES TO AUDIT STATUS

January 13, 2014    Classes begin.
January 27, 2014 Last day to cancel a course without it appearing on your academic record or to change from credit to audit (after this date, a "W" will appear on record for drops until February 10).
February 10, 2014 Last day to cancel a credit course with a grade of "W" on your academic record;(if a course is cancelled after this date, a "W" or "WF" will be assigned by the instructor and appear on your academic record until March 24).
March 17-21, 2014 Spring Break. No graduate classes. Engineering Professional Education offices will be open.
March 24, 2014 Last day to cancel a credit course; "WF" or "W" will appear on your academic record.
May 2, 2014 Courses end.
May 5, 2014 Final exams
May 10, 2014 Semester ends.

Note: You may add or modify courses during the first week of the fall and spring semesters. Adding a class during the second week of the semester is not recommended and requires the instructor's written permission be emailed to proed@purdue.edu. Schedule revision dates for summer sessions are adjusted proportionally.

myPurdue will not allow you to withdraw from the last class on your schedule once classes begin. If you need to modify your schedule and the Drop or Add Action is no longer available in myPurdue, you must submit your request online through the ProEd Manage My Account link.

It is the responsibility of the student to make sure the withdrawal is communicated to Engineering Professional Education after classes begin.

Tips before you add or drop a class:

  • Be sure to consult your academic advisor before adding or dropping any classes, as it may affect your curriculum plan.
  • Changes made in myPurdue occur in real time.
  • Graduate students at the West Lafayette campus are restricted to 12 credit hours per semester. Consider your course load, extracurricular activities and personal/professional obligations when adding a new class. 80% of our working professionals take only 1 course per semester.
  • Be mindful of any course prerequisites or other requirements before attempting to add a course. If you have any questions about the background and experience needed, check with your advisor or the course instructor before registration.
  • Remember when dropping classes that Half Time Enrollment Status is four credit hours for graduate students. Dropping below this course load on or before completing 60% of the semester could affect your financial aid and you may be required to return federal funds awarded in the form of a Federal Stafford Loan, PLUS loan, etc.

Explanation of Grades
AUAudit
WWithdrew Passing
WFWithdrew Failing

Summer 2014 Semester

REFUNDS

ProEd students withdrawing from the University will receive a pro-rated assessment of the course tuition according to the following schedule. Students who drop individual courses without withdrawing entirely from the University before the 0% refund period begins may expect that fees will be adjusted to the most recent credit hour enrollment. No fee adjustments will be made to individual course drops after the 40% refund deadline.

Please note that all courses which were dropped within 10 calendar days of a full withdrawal will be included in the calculation when determining the amount for which a student will be responsible when withdrawing from the University.

Last Day to Receive a Refund in Course Tuition

06-05-2014

100% refund

06-12-2014

80% refund

06-19-2014

60% refund

06-26-2014

40% refund

07/16/2014

0% refund

Note: Course tuition fees include the Engineering Differential, University Technology, and University Repair and Rehabilitation Fees. These are non-refundable unless a student withdraws from the course with a 100% refund.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL AND CHANGES TO AUDIT STATUS

June 3, 2014    Classes begin.
June 9, 2014 Last day to cancel a course without it appearing on your academic record or to change from credit to audit (after this date, a "W" will appear on record for drops until June 16).
June 16, 2014 Last day to cancel a credit course with a grade of "W" on your academic record;(if a course is cancelled after this date, a "W" or "WF" will be assigned by the instructor and appear on your academic record until July 16).
June 30 - July 11 Break. Engineering Professional Education offices will be open.
July 16, 2014 Last day to cancel a credit course; "WF" or "W" will appear on your academic record.
August 7, 2014 Courses end.
August 8, 2014 Final exams
August 8, 2014 Semester ends.

Note: You may add or modify courses during the first week of the fall and spring semesters. Adding a class during the second week of the semester is not recommended and requires the instructor's written permission be emailed to proed@purdue.edu. Schedule revision dates for summer sessions are adjusted proportionally.

myPurdue will not allow you to withdraw from the last class on your schedule once classes begin. If you need to modify your schedule and the Drop or Add Action is no longer available in myPurdue, you must submit your request online through the ProEd Manage My Account link.

It is the responsibility of the student to make sure the withdrawal is communicated to Engineering Professional Education after classes begin.

Tips before you add or drop a class:

  • Be sure to consult your academic advisor before adding or dropping any classes, as it may affect your curriculum plan.
  • Changes made in myPurdue occur in real time.
  • Graduate students at the West Lafayette campus are restricted to 12 credit hours per semester. Consider your course load, extracurricular activities and personal/professional obligations when adding a new class. 80% of our working professionals take only 1 course per semester.
  • Be mindful of any course prerequisites or other requirements before attempting to add a course. If you have any questions about the background and experience needed, check with your advisor or the course instructor before registration.
  • Remember when dropping classes that Half Time Enrollment Status is four credit hours for graduate students. Dropping below this course load on or before completing 60% of the semester could affect your financial aid and you may be required to return federal funds awarded in the form of a Federal Stafford Loan, PLUS loan, etc.

Explanation of Grades
AUAudit
WWithdrew Passing
WFWithdrew Failing

 
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