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Withdrawals & Refunds

Withdrawals

  • A written request for removal from the class is required for all withdrawals. Include the class section (or date and time of the face-to-face meetings), student ID number, and student first and last name. The request may be sent by e-mail, fax, or postal mail.
  • Montgomery County Public Schools, Student Online Learning
    850 Hungerford Drive, Room 257, Rockville, MD 20850
    Fax: 301-279-3679
    eLearning@mcpsmd.org
  • Prior to the first face-to-face meeting or the fifth day of class:
    • No notation is made on the student's permanent record or report card.
  • On or after the fifth day of class:
    • A "Withdrew" or "W", the date of the withdrawal, and the grade averaged to the time of withdrawal will be entered on the report card and permanent record. The grade from a class that a student has been withdrawn from is not calculated as part of the GPA or the WGPA.

Source: Montgomery County Public Schools Regulation: Student Withdrawals from Classes and School JEC_RA


Refunds

  • Full refunds will be given when:
    • a student withdraws prior to the first face-to-face meeting, or
    • a student does not attend the first mandatory face-to-face meeting.
  • Partial refunds will be given to students who attend class for the first week or less.
  • No refunds will be given to students who attend class for more than seven (7) days after the first face-to-face meeting.
  • Duplicate payment for a class will be charged a processing fee of 3.75%.
  • Refund request form submission deadline is six (6) weeks after the first day of class of the session.
  • Note: Refunds may take up to eight (8) weeks and will be processed in the form of checks (including tuition payments that were originally paid with credit cards). The refund request form is required for the processing of refunds.

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