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Do I get a refund if I drop a class?

Last Updated: Mar 01, 2016  |  42 Views

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Refunds are applicable only from the date you officially drop the class through Enrollment Services, any NWTC campus locations, or My.NWTC.  The act of registering for classes creates an obligation to pay regardless of attendance or payment.

All classes have a limited number of seats available.  Your registration reserves a seat in each of your classes.  NWTC will not drop classes for non-payment or non-attendance.  Drop requests are not accepted through instructors.   

A student who decides to drop from a course should do so immediately as a single day can make a difference in the amount of the refund. The student is given a confirmation number when a course is dropped. Students must retain the confirmation number as proof of the drop request.

A student who registers after the start date of the class is subject to the refund policy as stated. Please note: The start date for an online class is not determined by the date the student first accesses the course or obtains the course materials. The start date for an on-line class is the class start date published.

You may drop a class in several ways:

  • Through the my.NWTC web portal link on the Students page.
  • By phone at (920) 498-5444 or (888) 385-6982.
  • In person at the Green Bay Campus Welcome Center at any NWTC location.
  • While you should inform your instructor of your intent to drop a course, drop requests are not accepted through instructors.

For questions, please call (920) 498-5444 or E-mail

You can also consult the NWTC Refund Policy webpage.

Answered by Julie ChapmanBookmark and Share

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