Students are responsible to check the published refund deadlines and to drop any classes they do not plan to attend by the 100 percent refund deadline in order to receive a refund. However, NMC recognizes there are extraordinary situations where a student is unable to do so. Please do not use this form for academic or financial aid matters. See the current online catalog section on academic and financial aid policies and procedures for the appeal process for academic matters.
To warrant a refund exception, the situation must have interrupted your ability to:
- attend class(es) for a substantial length of time,
- complete the semester, and/or
- adhere to the usual refund procedures.
The decisions of the Refund Exception Committee are final. Additional considerations:
- Academic records from prior academic years cannot be adjusted.
- If your class(es) were paid by financial aid, you may not be eligible for a refund exception. You should discuss the impact of this request with the Student Financial Services Office (231-995-1035) before submitting a request for exception.
- A hold will be placed on your account pending the decision of the committee.
This request does not eliminate your responsibility for your past due balance. It is recommended you set up a repayment plan now, so if you have a balance remaining after the action of the committee, your account does not go into collection. Contact Student Financial Services (231-995-1035).