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Tuition & Fees

Withdrawal

Students are not officially withdrawn unless a withdrawal form is processed through the Admissions and Records Office.

Change of Schedule–Dropping/Adding Courses 

Request for a change of schedule may be initiated in the Advisement Offices in Academic Divisions, at the Rose State College Office at Tinker Air Force Base, on the RSC website, or to the Academic Advisement Center in the Student Services Building. First time entering students, concurrent high school students or undecided majors should go to the Academic Advisement Office, Student Services Building, Room 100. Students with previous college credit and/or declared majors should go to the appropriate division advisor. Students who enroll via telephone or online may drop or add courses electronically. Deadlines for dropping and adding courses are recorded in the semester schedule for each individual session. Schedule changes made each semester before classes begin and during the drop/add periods of each session will not reflect the "W" mark (meaning Withdrawal) on the student's record. 

After the drop/add period, the mark of "W" will appear on all courses from which the student withdraws. 

Complete Withdrawal from College 

If students find it necessary to withdraw from Rose State College, they are encouraged to meet with an advisor in the advisor’s office in the Academic Division and should then report to the Office of Admissions and Records in the Administration Building to complete the necessary form, fax a signed letter prior to the deadline to withdraw or mail in a signed letter to the Office of Admissions and Records postmarked prior to the deadline to withdraw. Complete withdrawals may not be done by phone. Complete withdrawals may be done on the website at www.rose.edu. Complete withdrawals may not be done by phone. A student may withdraw from RSC according to the following schedule: 

  • Prior to the end of the 12th week in a 16-week session.
  • Prior to the end of the 6th week of any 8-week session.
  • Prior to the end of the 3rd week of any 4-week session.
  • Prior to the last 3 class periods of an interim session.

Students who enroll in classes and decide not to attend must withdraw from those classes immediately to release space for other students who are registering. The amount of refund due or credit applied to the student is determined by the following policies. These policies are applicable to tuition and other fees charged for College classes.?

  1. Eligibility: To be eligible for a refund or credit, a student must officially withdraw from classes during a refund period by submitting the appropriate form ("Drop/Add" or "Complete Withdrawal"). Neither refunds nor credits are given to students who stop attending class and do not process the appropriate forms.?
  2. Regents for Higher Education Refund Policy: The refund policy with respect to tuition and other fees collected from students at institutions shall be as follows: Changes in schedules during the defined add/drop period will result in full charges for courses added and full credit for courses dropped. No refunds will be made after the add/drop period for that session except as stipulated for enrollment of Title IV recipients. Deadlines for dropping and adding courses are printed in the semester schedule books in the "Calendar" section. Drops and adds are processed on the same form.