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Course Change & Refund Timelines

Course Change Timeline

Add/ Drop

In order to add, drop, withdraw, or otherwise change enrollment in a course as a student in any program, you must submit a written request via email to . You will then be contacted with a confirmation of your change or cancellation once it occurs. Please consult the timeline for more information.

Billing (Refund) Policy

Please Note: Room & Board fees are non-refundable. Tuition refunds are granted according to the  Timeline below:

Refund/Withdraw Timeline

Program90% Refund75% Refund50% RefundNo Refund
Summer University Term I
Including 5 Week Online Course
(Section numbers
.11, .12, .14, .85 )
May 8- May 30June 1-June 5June 6-June12June 13 or after
Summer University Term II
Including 5 Week Online Course
(.21, .22, .24, .86)
June 8-July 4July 5- July 11July 12- July 16July 17 or after
10 Week Online Courses
(.87 )
May 8-May30June 1-June 5June 6-June 12June 13 or after
8 Week Online Courses
(.88 )
May 8-June 13June 14-June 19June 20-June 26June 27 or after
Mini-Term I
(.71, .72)
May 8-June 25No 75% RefundJune 26-June 27June 28 or after
Mini-Term II
(.73, .74)
June 8-July 9No 75% RefundJuly 10- July 11July 12 or after
Mini-Term III
(.75, .76)
June 8-July 23No 75% RefundJuly 24- July 25July 26 or after
EdUSA (.95 and .96)June 8-July9No 75% RefundJuly 10-July 11July 12 or after

If the university cancels a course and no alternate choice was indicated, a full tuition refund is granted. No refunds are granted for travel expenses, room, board, and program fees.

Students who are dismissed or suspended are not granted refunds. No refunds are granted for travel expenses, room, board, and program fees.

DISCOVER HOPKINS PROGRAMS

Withdraw Policy and Fee

The initial deposit is non-refundable. If you wish to withdraw after the Admission Decision Form has been submitted, there is a withdrawal fee of $550. Students must withdraw by the following dates, otherwise, they will be responsible to pay total program costs:

Discover Hopkins I: Last day to withdraw with $550 fee is June 10
Discover Hopkins II:Last day to withdraw with $550 fee is June 24
Discover Hopkins III: Last day to withdraw with $550 fee is July 8

EdUSA(two week or four week program)

Withdraw Policy and Fee

The initial deposit is non-refundable. If students wish to withdraw after the Admission Decision Form has been submitted, there is a withdraw fee of $550. Students must withdraw by June 25, 2018, otherwise, they will be responsible to pay total program costs.

 

JHU Summer Programs Course Cancellation Policy:

Courses that do not meet a minimum enrollment are subject to cancellation. Course are reviewed approximately one month prior to the program start date in order to evaluate enrollment. Below are the specific notification dates. However, Johns Hopkins University reserves the right to cancel classes at any time, including the first day of class or thereafter. Program staff will make every effort to review cancellations well in advance and notify affected students at least four weeks ahead of time.

In these circumstances, Summer and Intersession Program staff will make every effort to advise visiting and pre-college students of alternate courses in order to meet students’ academic goals. Current JHU students should contact their academic advisor.

 

Summer Term I

Tuesday April 30

 

Summer Term II

Monday June 9

 

DH/MT/SI – Session I

May 28

 

DH/MT/EdUSA – Session II

June 10

 

DH/MT – Session III

June 24

 

After these dates: full cost of the program is due whether attending or not.

Refunds will only be granted for two reasons: 1) unable to attend program for health reasons, or 2) unable to attend program for a situation out of the student’s control. If filing an appeal, please provide appropriate documentation. If you wish, you may complete the Refund Appeal Request forms and email it to us at summer@jhu.edu.

If a course is cancelled and no alternative program is desired, the deposit is refunded. No refunds are granted for travel expenses and fees.

Students who are dismissed or suspended are not granted refunds. No refunds are granted for travel expenses, room, board, and program fees.