Student Financial Services


Refund Schedule

Refunds of institutional charges are determined by the time of the semester.

All students who are ineligible for assistance under the Federal Title IV programs are subject to the following institutional refund schedule for a traditional 15-week semester including full Summer sessions.

Full/Partial Drop/Withdrawal

School Week Percentage Refunded
Prior to first day of semester (January 22, 2019) 100%
By the end of the first week (January 23 – January 29, 2019) 90%
By the end of the second week (January 30 – February 5, 2019) 50%
By the end of the third week (February 6 – February 12, 2019) 50%
By the end of the fourth week (February 13 – February 19, 2019) 25%
Thereafter (February 20, 2019) No refund

Other Programs

(less than 10 weeks, including Summer I courses and Summer II courses)

School Week Percentage Refunded
Prior to first day of class 100%
End of first week 75%
Thereafter None

Intersession and Workshops

(less than 3 weeks)

School Week Percentage Refunded
Prior to first day of semester 100%
Thereafter None
All University and Technology Fees are non-refundable once the semester begins.

Medical Withdrawal (Medical Leave of Absence)

Academic approval is required for a Medical Leave of Absence. For additional information review Requirements for a Medical Leave of Absence.

Students approved for Medical Withdrawal might have a credit posted to their account to be applied toward future semesters. All unused credit will be forfeited after one year of issuance and tuition and fee charges will not be refunded. Students who withdraw from the University for medical reasons will be dropped from all of their courses. Students wishing to return after a Medical Withdrawal must submit medical documentation clearing them for return to the Office of Academic Services and Retention. Adelphi University retains the right to obtain supplemental medical information.

Residence Fees Refund

Except in the case of midyear graduation or withdrawal from the institution, the Residence Hall Agreement is binding from the date of occupancy to the end of the current academic year. A resident may be released from this agreement only if approved by a special committee that shall review each request individually and with reference to prevailing University policy for granting such waivers.


Contact us if you feel your circumstances warrant further review.

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The information contained on this site is subject to change without notice.

For further information, please contact:

Office of Student Financial Services
Levermore Hall, Lower Level
p – 516.877.3080
p – ext. 2240 (on campus only)
f – 516.877.3380
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