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Registration Contract

Please read the following information before finalizing the registration process to ensure that you have a comprehensive understanding of the commitment and financial obligation that you have contracted with the University for the term specified.

Registration - Please select a course from the course listing detail provided. Please note: if a course has a restriction, you must meet the criteria specified by the instructor or be enrolled in an academic program/major to be successful in enrolling in the course and finalizing the transaction. Course listings other than Madison and Teaneck are restricted to particular cohorts and academic program participants. Please review your schedule upon completion of the registration process.

Add/Drop period - The add/drop period for Spring 2007 is: Jan. 22, 2007 to Feb. 2, 2007
The add/drop period for Winter 2007 is: Jan. 2, 2007 (one day)

Withdrawal Period - The official withdrawal period for Spring 2007 is: Feb. 3, 2007 to March 30, 2007
The official withdrawal period for Winter 2007 is: Jan 3, 2007 to Jan 12, 2007
The University is not responsible for any course that a student selects to enroll in without the advice and permission of his/her Academic advisor.

Cancellation Clause
Any alteration of a student’s schedule must be made in writing, with the student’s signature, to the Office of Enrollment Services. Forms to delete a course(s) or withdraw completely from the University are available in the Campus Office of Enrollment Services. The Effective Date of such notification will be the official date of receipt. Only those alterations with an Effective Date prior to the first day of the semester will be accorded a 100% cancellation of charges.

Payment Information


Please adhere to payment deadlines and policies established by the University for each semester. Failure to comply will result in late charges.

Fall tuition payment is due by August 15 and Spring tuition payment is due by January 2. Thereafter, payment is due within 5 days of the registration date. Summer terms and Winter session payment is due within 5 days of the registration date. Payment for module courses is due within 5 days of the registration date on the Web. (Module courses are courses that have a start and end date that differs from the usual 15 week course period.)

Corporate Reimbursement Plan - Students who are reimbursed by their employers at the end of a semester and upon submission of a grade can enroll in the Corporate Reimbursement Plan. The enrollment forms are available in the Office of Enrollment Services. A 4% carrying charge will be assessed at the time of application. Payment for the Spring 2007 semester is due June 30, 2007. Payment for the Winter session is due by March 5, 2007. The plan is term specific. Payment received after the due date will be assessed a 12% late fee.

Third Party Billing - If your employer has provided you with a voucher to pay your tuition expenses, please forward the form to the Office of Enrollment Services for processing.


Late Payment Charges

A late payment charge will be collected at the time any payment (full or partial) is applied to an outstanding balance. Late payments will be assessed as follows:

Winter Session Term: 2% charged to amount paid during the term.
Thereafter, 12% on amount paid or balance due, if no payment is received.

Spring Term: Payments received,

  Jan. 6 – Feb 22 2%
  Feb 23 – Mar 22 4%
  Mar 23 – Apr 20 6%
  Apr 21 – May 22 8%
  May 23 – June 30 10%

Thereafter, 12% on amount paid or the balance due, if no payment is received.


Collection Fee
By endorsing this agreement the student has entered into a contractual agreement with Fairleigh Dickinson University and has a financial obligation to pay the expenses incurred. In the event the student defaults on his/her financial obligation and the account is submitted to a third party agency for collection, the student will be responsible to pay all collection costs associated with the account as well as the past due balance. Collection agency costs can be as high as 50% of the unpaid balance, plus the actual balance due. Students will also be responsible for any and all court costs and attorney fees related to the unpaid balance. All unpaid accounts will be reported to a national credit bureau.


Fall and Spring session refund schedule (15 Weeks)

Effective Date Cancellation or Refund
Withdrawal Prior to first day of semester
100% cancellation of tuition and course associated fees.
During first week of semester
90% refund for tuition charges only.
During second week of semester 80% refund for tuition charges only.
During third week of semester 60% refund for tuition charges only.
During fourth week of semester 40% refund for tuition charges only.
During fifth week of semester 20% refund for tuition charges only.
After fifth week of semester NO REFUND OF TUITION AND FEES

Module Courses

Refund proration for courses meeting weekly.
3, 4 & 5 week modules - Prior to first day of class 100% refund withdrawal, 50% refund during the first week, and thereafter, no refund due student.
6, 7, 8, 9 & 10 week modules - Prior to first day of class 100% refund. Withdrawal during first week 75% refund, withdrawal during second week 50% refund, and thereafter, no refund due student.

Summer Refund schedule (6 and 9 week sessions)

Effective Date Cancellation or Refund
Withdrawal Prior to first day of session 100% cancellation of tuition and course associated fees.
During first week of session 75% refund of tuition charges only.
During second week of session 50% refund of tuition charges only.
After second week of session NO REFUND OF TUITION AND FEES

Winter Session Refund schedule (3 week session)

Effective Date Cancellation or Refund
Withdrawal Prior to and during 1st and 2nd day of session 100% cancellation of tuition and course associated fees.
During third day of session to end NO REFUND OF TUITION AND FEES


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