A student assumes full responsibility for completing each course in which he or she has registered and remains in after the refund deadline. If a student wishes to drop a course, it is the student's responsibility to do so at MyCCC or by using the Online Drop Form. A list of drop/withdrawal deadlines may be located at the online Academic Calendar and on the student's "Student Class Program (Web Schedule Bill)" in MyCCC.
For 8-week online classes, students who submit a drop request on or before the Friday of the first week of the class will be eligible for a 100% refund of fees. Withdrawals made after this date still obligate the student to all tuition costs.
Returns of unearned funds are made in compliance with existing DoD or military contract regulations. Unless specified otherwise by contract, if a student stops attending during the first 10% of the course, they will not be obligated for tuition/fees and their TA will not be billed. If a student stops attending after 10% but before 60% of the course has passed, and TA was used, the college will return to the government 10% of the total tuition paid by TA. The student will be obligated to pay Coastline for the amount refunded to the government. If a student withdraws due to a military service obligation, proof of the obligation must be submitted to email@example.com so that the student and military can be granted a full refund of fees (subject to review). If a student cancels Tuition Assistance but remains in the course after the first 10%, then he or she becomes financially obligated for all tuition/fees due to Coastline.
Refunds are issued weekly for all balances due to the student. Students can check the status of their refund by logging into MyCCC. The form of refund will depend on the method of original payment.
Coast Community College District partners with Higher One to allow students to select a refund and disbursement preference that meets their needs. Using their My Coast Colleges Card, students will be able to select from one of three refund preferences: