When you withdraw your registration, the fees assessed to your account are prorated according to the effective date of the withdrawal; it will depend on the effective date whether you would still owe any fees or if you would get any money back for that semester. All withdrawals done before the beginning of instruction are actually “cancellations,” and a student would not be liable for any fees to the University (less the Statement of Intention to Register fee, if paid).
After instruction begins, it will depend on the withdrawal date how much you would owe the University and whether you would receive a refund of any fees paid. See the withdrawal/cancellation page on the Office of the Registrar’s website to determine the prorated fee amounts. NOTE: the health insurance fee, Class Pass fee, and the Document fee (new students only) are non-refundable and will remain charged at 100% for all withdrawals.
Please allow 4-5 weeks from the effective date of your withdrawal for us to determine if you are due a refund. Continue to monitor CalCentral for your final billing statement.