Effective Date for Refunds

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Effective Date for Refunds

It is solely your responsibility to initiate a course change (i.e., add/drop/withdrawal) by submitting a form to your student affairs office. Neither notification of the course instructor nor discontinuing class attendance is sufficient.

The effective date for refunds will be the date on which the official Course Change Form was completed or the date the change was made on Minerva.

Refunds are not automatically issued as a result of course changes. You must specifically request a refund in writing, otherwise any amount owing to you as a result of a course withdrawal or overpayment will be credited to your fee account.

Note: Special rules for refunds will apply for courses of 10 sessions or less or for courses of a specialized nature. For specific details, contact the academic area.

Revision, June 2011. Start of revision.

If you are a full-time McGill degree student registered in a Continuing Studies course, the Continuing Studies course change deadlines do not apply to you; see www.mcgill.ca/importantdates for deadlines that apply to your faculty.

Revision, June 2011. End of revision.

Refund Request

To make a request for a refund, log into Minerva and follow the Student Accounts menu.

If you withdraw from your only course, your McGill ID card must also be returned since it is the property of McGill University.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2011-2012 (last updated Jul. 21, 2011) (disclaimer)
Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2011-2012 (last updated Jul. 21, 2011) (disclaimer)