Refunds and Return of Financial Aid
If a student withdraws from the university, or is suspended for disciplinary reasons, refunds of tuition will be made on the basis shown below. Withdrawal date is the date the student officially submits the withdrawal form, or the date the University determines the student ceased attendance or failed to meet published academic policies, whichever comes first. The University's withdrawal procedure is provided below.
Students attending Ohio Northern University are entitled to a pro-rata refund calculation through the 60 percent point of the semester. Tuition, room and board charges will be included in the designated refund percentage. Financial aid adjustments will be calculated based upon mandated Federal refund calculations. 100 percent refund is granted on or before the first day of class each semester. After that, the percentage is based on the number of days in attendance for the semester. There is no refund after the first 60 percent of the semester has been completed.
Also, keep in mind, students who drop from full- time to less than full-time during the first 60 percent of the semester will have adjustments made to their financial aid and tuition.
Dropping Courses from Schedule or Withdrawal from the University (as stated in the University Catalog)