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Additions (added courses) to your continuing education program may be made by telephone, fax, mail, online, or in person.
Program changes (drop/adds) may be made via the Web, in person, or by fax.
Withdrawals: Students who wish to withdraw from, or for any reason find it impossible to complete, a continuing education course should officially withdraw. Requests to withdraw (drops only) from continuing education courses can be made at any time via the My Account section; by mail, Office of Non-Credit Student Services, NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies, P.O. Box 1206, Stuyvesant Station, New York, NY 10009-9988; by e-mail, email@example.com; by fax, (212) 995-3060; or in person, 7 East 12th Street, 9th Floor.
Merely ceasing to attend a class does not constitute official withdrawal, nor does notification to the instructor. Cancellation of payment does not constitute withdrawal, nor does it reduce indebtedness to the University; in this case, a penalty of $25 for late payment and $10 for stop-payment (subject to change without notice) must be charged. Students of any other NYU school must withdraw from SCPS courses through SCPS.
Refund Policy: Refunds are computed based on the date and time the written or electronic notice of withdrawal is received by the Office of Non-Credit Student Services. In addition, refunds for nondegree courses and seminars are based on the number of class sessions for the course that have met between the time of registration and withdrawal.
Withdrawal does not necessarily entitle a student to a refund—nor to a cancellation of tuition still due.
The refund schedule is as follows.
For continuing education courses (X numbers) and seminars (R--.7999 and below):
1. Prior to the first session—100% refund.
2. Student withdraws after one or two sessions of a course with six or more sessions—75% refund. No refund thereafter.
3. Student with