Withdrawals and Refunds DOMESTIC STUDENTS If for any reason you wish to withdraw, you must officially notify the college in writing by completing and submitting a Domestic Program Withdrawal form to firstname.lastname@example.org. The official date of withdrawal will be noted as the date the withdrawal form is received. For students whose fees have been paid by OSAP or a sponsoring agency, refunds will be sent to the appropriate agency. If during your studies you have a credit on your account and wish to receive a refund, please email email@example.com including your name and student ID number. How you will receive your refund Refunds are issued to students who submit a withdrawal form before/on Day 10 of the semester, less the $500 non-refundable deposit for new students. Any eligible refunds will take 2-3 weeks and you will receive your refund as a Bank E-transfer to your dc mail email account from our Finance Department. More information can be found here. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Important Note: International refunds take 6-8 weeks to be processed. If for any reason you wish to withdraw, you must officially notify the college by completing and submitting the International Withdrawal request form. Please visit our Refunds & Withdrawal page to learn more about international student withdrawals, refunds and deductions. How you will receive your refund Fee's will be refunded via one of the following methods, depending on how the fees were originally paid; Flywire, CIBC, Wire or Direct Deposit. APPRENTICESHIP STUDENTS Apprentices are subjected to a $100 admin fee if withdrawing before the first day of classes. Apprentices who withdraw after the first day of classes will not be issued a refund. If for any reason you wish to withdraw, you must officially notify the college in writing by completing and submitting an Official Withdrawal form to firstname.lastname@example.org. The official date of withdrawal will be noted as the date the withdrawal form is received. Please note: Failure to attend classes and/or non-payment of fees does not constitute an official withdrawal. Apprentices who have not officially withdrawn from the college will be required to pay fees for that semester and will be recorded as having failed the program. How you will receive your refund Apprenticeship refunds are issued by cheque and mailed to the address indicated on the withdrawal form. PPL For information on PPL (Professional and Part-time Learning) refunds please visit here. Fee Appeal In extenuating circumstances such as an unexpected medical problem or a death in the family, the student may appeal a refund decision. These requests must be submitted in writing, along with appropriate supporting documentation to Office of the Registrar. Please note: Refund appeals will only be considered if received within the same academic year. For students whose fees have been paid by OSAP or a sponsoring agency, refunds will be sent to the appropriate agency.