(For students that withdraw from Nyack anytime in the middle of the semester)

If you withdraw officially through the Registrar’s office by the end of the registration period, then you will receive a 100% refund on your tuition.
If you withdraw after that, follow the table below:

End of Registration Period 100%
End of 2nd Week 80%
End of 3rd Week 60%
End of 4th Week 40%
End of 5th Week 20%
More than 5 weeks 0%
Nyack College Grants and Federal Aid will be refunded according to tuition charged and Federal refund calculations.For further details you may refer to a Nyack College Catalog or contact your Financial Aid Counselor.

See the full Satisfactory Academic Progress policy from our catalog here.

Any “Credit Balance” on a student account will be used first to cover all education and non-educational-related expenses. If the remaining credit balance is the result of Federal Financial Aid a credit refund will be made to the student within 14 days. If the credit balance is not from Federal Funds it will remain on the student’s account until the student notifies the Office of Student Financial Services by submitting a completed Credit Refund Request Form. The student must have a credit on their account over and above tuition, fees and rent for the current term in order for any refund to be processed.
If you have a credit on your account you are able to request this amount by contacting your Financial Aid Counselor.

September 17 will be known as “Constitution Day” to honor the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787. The legislation authorizing this Day states, “Each educational institution that receives Federal funds for a fiscal year should hold an educational program on the United States Constitution on September 17, of such year for the students served by the educational institution.” Should September 17 fall on a Saturday, Sunday, or Holiday, educational institutions should celebrate “Constitution Day” the preceding or following week.

Senator Robert C. Byrd (D-WV) inserted language into the 2005 federal spending bill that requires all educational institutions, including colleges and universities, which receive federal funds from any agency to have programming for “Constitution Day.”

The full text of this legislation can be found in Section III of Division J of Pub. L. 108-447, the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005,” Dec. 8. 2004; 118 Stat, 2809, 3344-45 (Section 111).