Students accept financial responsibility for fees associated
with all registered courses at the time they complete
registration. Students wishing to submit a financial appeal
because of a serious medical illness or
the death of an immediate family member, which led to
the dropping of courses or full withdrawal, may do so in
writing for a fee. The financial appeal should be submitted
to the supervisor of Accounting Operations. Such cases
must be documented completely.
Financial appeals will
not be considered when a condition or illness pre-existed
the financial deadline to withdraw from the term.
A fee of $25.00 must be submitted with the appeal. Financial appeals
will only be considered in writing with supporting
documentation (i.e. doctor's note or death certificate) from the student. A successful academic
appeal (e.g., CUP petition for late withdrawal) does not
mean a student has grounds for a successful financial
Students will be notified of the decision in writing
within 60 days of submission. The last date for submission
of a financial appeal for an academic term is six months
from the date of medical documentation.
Financial Appeal Form
appeal is not the same as a financial appeal (see Academic
Appeals for details).
A financial appeal will affect
a student’s account balance. If account balances remain
unpaid, transcripts will not be released.