Students who withdraw from college or drop a course without adding another are refunded tuition and room rent according to the full-time status on the following
First calendar week 75% of tuition
Second calendar week 50% of tuition
Third calendar week 25% of tuition
After the third calendar week there is No refund.
Meal ticket refunds are pro-rated on the number of weeks remaining in the semester. (Semesters based on 17 weeks.) Refunds are made only when a student has officially dropped a course or has officially withdrawn from school.
The refund policy of Copiah-Lincoln Community College with reference to Veterans, Veterans' Widows, or War Orphans enrolled under chapter 34 or 35 in non-credit clock hours courses, is on a pro-rata basis for the number of weeks remaining in the semester. This is provided the proper withdrawal procedure is followed and refund is requested.
EXCEPTION: No refund for tuition and fees will be given to students who are accepted into programs which have a limited number of student slots and where acceptance into those slots is highly competitive. Those programs include:
• Associate Degree Nursing
• Medical Lab Technology
• Medical Radiologic Technology
• Practical Nursing
• Respiratory Care
SUMMER/CLIC SHORT TERM COURSES: No refund after the first class meeting.
The Wolf Alert is the college’s emergency alert and notification system.
|• Automobile Accident|
|• Bomb Threat||• Armed Intruder
|• Medical Emergency
||• Severe Weather|
|• H1N1 Influenza|
Campus Police - 601.643.8351
Dean of Student Services - 601.643.8318
Campus Police - 601.597.0330
Vice President of the Natchez Campus - 601.446.1211
SIMPSON COUNTY CENTER
Campus Police 601.849.0145 / 601.842.6775
Vice President of the Simpson County Center - 601.849.0112 or 601.849.0113
The Wolf Alert is the college’s emergency alert and notification system. Wolf Alert delivers rapid, multi-platform messages in the event of an emergency to students, faculty members, and staff. This is the best source for timely information and instruction on what to do in the event of any campus emergency such as severe weather, power outages, criminal activity, threats, or other emergency situations.
Each student, faculty and staff member will receive an email with a user identification, password, and step-by-step instructions on how to register. Be assured that all contact information you provide is kept confidential, safe, and secure, and will never be used for any purpose beyond what you have authorized. Your information is for the official use of Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s emergenc alert system only and is never shared with any third parties.