Full Term Courses:
A student will receive a full refund of the enrollment fee up to the refund deadline (see semester calendar). Thereafter, no refund is authorized, except when college action to cancel or reschedule a class necessitates the drop. Please note that after the refund deadline there will be absolutely no refunds.
Short Term Courses:
Please consult your instructor or Admissions Office (E6 103) regarding drop dates. Dates may vary, therefore, please make a note of the dates given. There will be no refunds after that time, unless a class was cancelled or rescheduled by the college administration.
For Non-Resident Tuition:
Refunds of tuition paid by non-resident students enrolled in full term or short term courses are governed by the same policies, respectively, as are indicated above. A non-resident student who formally drops or otherwise separates from part or all of his/her enrollment may request a refund of previously paid non-resident tuition in a accordance with these policies. Such requests must be made in writing on a form provided by the Fiscal Office. The date used for non-resident refund purposes is the date on which such requests are filed and time stamped, regardless of when separation may have occurred. All non-resident refunds will be made by mail.
For Parking Fee:
Refunds for parking permits are given for permits returned to the Fiscal Office on or before the deadline date. (Deadline date is the same date as the last day to drop without having to pay fees. Please see the academic calendar on the class schedule or the ELAC website for this date). There is NO refund for Parking Permits that are picked up or NOT picked up from the ELAC Fiscal Office after the last day to drop without having to pay fees (See Academic Calendar).
For Health Center and Associated Student Union Fees:
Students are eligible for a Health fee refund if the student withdraws entirely from the college by dropping all of their active units by the refund deadline (Deadline date is the same date as the last day to drop without having to pay fees). Students are eligible to receive an ASU refund if the sticker was never issued to the student. Once the sticker is issued, it is non-refundable.
DISTRICTWIDE PARKING PERMIT REFUNDS
Students that are completing their course work at the college and have an application on file for graduation and those students that plan to transfer at the end of the Spring 2020 semester, will automatically be provided a refund of 50% of the cost of their Parking Permits.
All other students will be allowed to use their current Parking Permits for parking when the on campus classes are resumed in the Summer and/or Fall semesters of 2020
Monterey Park Campus
South Gate Campus: