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Dean College is committed to helping students and families invest in and enjoy the value of a private college education. While grants, scholarships and student loans will significantly decrease the cost of attendance for most students, the reality is that college is not free. Dean College provides over $19 million in scholarships to its students each year and the average amount of annual debt for a Dean College student was $10,227 during the 2014-15 academic year, which is significantly lower than other private institutions. If you need help figuring out how to navigate the cost of your education, the Center for Student Financial Planning and Services is here to help you every step of the way.
Students who want to withdraw voluntarily from the College must obtain and complete a departure form from the Robbins Family Center for Advising and Career Planning in order to remain in good standing with the College and receive any appropriate refunds. Federal regulations require that students who withdraw from all classes prior to completing more than 60% of an enrollment term will have their eligibility for federal aid recalculated based on the percentage of the term completed.
Students who withdraw from all classes will be eligible for a refund of tuition and room charges in accordance with the following schedule, based on the date the student officially withdraws from the College:
(*Weeks are measured from Tuesday through the following Monday in semesters for which classes begin on a Tuesday.)
Students who are suspended or dismissed from the College or residence halls will receive no adjustment of charges. Students who received scholarship, grant or loan funds from the College will forfeit the same percentage of their awards as the percentage of fees credited based on the number of weeks that have elapsed. For example, a student who has 80% of institutional charges adjusted will forfeit 80% of any Dean Award, athletic scholarship or other institutional grant awarded by the College.
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