Importance of Proper Registration - Students must properly register and pay by the appropriate deadlines for all courses for which they expect to receive credit. Students are cautioned that simply attending classes and completing course requirements does not entitle anyone to register after the deadlines have passed or to claim credit for a course in which he/she has participated as an unregistered or a deregistered student. Students must resolve all problems regarding registrations with the Student Records and Financial Services Office.
De-registration/Blocking - Students who do not comply with published tuition payment deadlines or who have other major obligations to the college may be de-registered, or automatically dropped, from the courses for which they have registered prior to the new academic period. They may also be blocked from receiving college services such as official transcripts, diploma and enrollment verifications.
Deadlines - Courses may be added and dropped according to academic regulations. Please refer to www.alfredstate.edu/academics/academic-regulations. Full semester courses dropped after the first week of class will incur a liability, according to the liability policy which follows.
All tuition and fee liabilities are calculated based on the date of separation as recorded in the Student Records and Financial Services Office. Students who will be separating from the college must file the appropriate paperwork with the Student Records and Financial Services Office. Following is a liability schedule based upon the "official" withdrawal date or date the class is dropped for full-term courses. Part-of-term courses liability is assessed based on length of the term. Students begin incurring charges the first day of the semester, not the day they complete the registration process.
A student who is dismissed from Alfred State for academic or disciplinary reasons prior to the end of the academic term shall be liable for all costs for that term and shall not be eligible for a reduction of charges or a refund of payment made.
|*1st week||0 percent liability|
|2nd week||30 percent liability|
|3rd week||50 percent liability|
|4th week||70 percent liability|
|5th week||100 percent liability|
*For liability purposes, the first day of class session shall be considered the first day as reported on the academic calendar. The end of the first week shall be figured as of the close (at 4 p.m.) of five business days.
Orientation Fee and College Fee: Nonrefundable
Late Registration Fee and Transcript Fee: Nonrefundable after the first week.
Graduation Fee and Vehicle Registration Fee: Charges are removed only if the student withdraws during the first four weeks of classes. The vehicle hang tag must be returned. After the fourth week, all charges will remain on the student’s bill.
|1st week||0 percent liability|
|2nd - 8th week||50 percent liability|
|After 8th week||100 percent liability|