International Programs

Study Abroad

Withdrawals and Refunds

  • Requests to withdraw from a study abroad program or exchange are to be made in writing (email notification is acceptable) to the TU Study Abroad Office as soon as the decision is made.
  • The withdrawal notification date may affect the student's enrollment status at TU.
  • Any request to withdraw must come directly from the student and include the student's name, student ID#, program sponsor name, program title, program location, and date.
  • Students must also notify the program provider or sponsor of the decision to withdraw following the guidelines set forth by the program.
  • Students should notify their Academic Advisor of their withdrawal and for assistance with registration for replacement classes at TU if necessary. Students should be aware that the courses available to them for the semester may be limited due to the late date of their subsequent registration.
  • Financial aid recipients must notify the Financial Aid Office of their withdrawal. Students may be required to repay some or all of their aid award depending on the date of withdrawal.
  • Students who must withdraw from a study abroad program due to emergency or illness should contact the TU Study Abroad Office for assistance and instructions as soon as possible.
  • Students who are dismissed from their study abroad program will receive no academic credit for their courses abroad and are subject to judicial sanction upon return to TU depending upon the circumstances of the dismissal.
  • Students who withdraw from study abroad program are not eligible to receive a refund of any non-refundable program deposit or the TU Study Abroad Fee.
  • Students who withdraw prior to departure may be responsible for program costs already incurred on their behalf by the University or the program sponsor.
  • Students who withdraw after their program abroad is underway may be eligible for a partial refund depending upon the program policies and the University's refund schedule.
  • Students who are dismissed from their study abroad programs are not eligible for refund and are subject to additional expenses depending upon the circumstances of the dismissal.
  • Eligibility for possible refunds will be calculated from the first day of the program abroad, not according to the TU campus calendar. As refunds vary due to a variety of factors, please contact the Study Abroad Office to discuss particular circumstances.

Study Abroad Office
Rm. #408, Psychology Building
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2451

Fax: 410-704-4703

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