Institutional Refund Policy

Refunds will be calculated in accordance to the Institutional Refund Calculations outlined in the sections below. The "official date of withdrawal" is the date on which the student notifies the school in writing of their intent to withdraw. If no official written notification is given, the school determines the date the student has withdrawn based upon the attendance policy. If a student withdraws from the University, the tuition refund is based on the student’s overall last date of attendance at the University.

New Online Undergraduate Student:  A new undergraduate Student, defined as one entering CTU or an affiliated institution for the first time with less than 24 online college credit that is enrolled in a fully online program, may elect to withdraw from CTU at any time during the first 21 days of the first quarter without incurring any tuition or fees by withdrawing from CTU in accordance with the requirements set forth in the catalog.  Specifically, an eligible Student intending to withdraw must submit a written notice that s/he is withdrawing from CTU to the appropriate campus:  Colorado Springs or Denver South or Online  An eligible Student is considered conditionally enrolled during this 21-day period.  For a Student who intends to utilize financial aid funds to cover tuition and fees, all eligible federal and institutional financial aid funds will be applied to the Student's account after the 21-day conditional enrollment period has expired.