ICC Refund Policy
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To receive a refund, a student must officially drop his/her courses via the Add/Drop Form and have it signed by their advisor and recorded with the registrar within the timeframes stated below.
Spring and Fall Sessions
First through 10th school day – Full Refund
After the 10th school day – No Refund
Summer, Evening, Mini or Mid-Term Sessions
Prior to second class meeting – Full Refund
Remaining class days – No Refund
If you don't pay your fees and tuition.
Failure to Pay Student Fees and/or Tuition Any student who has enrolled must pay all tuition and fees by the 15th day of the semester, provide proof of receiving federal financial aid or make arrangements for monthly payments with the ICC Business Office. A student will be subject to dismissal from any and all classes if he or she fails to pay tuition and fees in a timely manner.
In-State Tuition and Kansas Residency. We are a public institution supported by the taxpayers of Kansas so it is less expensive for Kansas residents to attend.
Residency is defined by law not by ICC. Residency requires six months to establish as provided by Kansas law (KSA-71-406). Adults who enroll at ICC who have not been residents of the State of Kansas for six months prior to enrollment for any term or session are considered non-residents and pay the out-of-state or foreign student tuition. Minors (under 18 years of age) whose parents have not been residents of the State of Kansas for six months prior to enrollment are also considered non-residents.
The ICC Registrar is happy answer questions about specific residency requirements.