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If you plan on withdrawing from the University or reduce your course load, you may be entitled to a refund. On this page, you’ll learn what our refund policy is, how refunds work and how you start the process to receive a refund.

Refund Policy

All refunds are completed after the census date (this is the deadline by which all enrollment and payment arrangements must be finalized. Find it in the University calendar). If students do not officially withdraw by the census date, they may remain liable to pay for the enrolled courses, even if not attending classes.

All drops or withdrawal actions must be initiated in writing by the student through the Registrar’s Office. A drop is defined as dropping one or more courses while remaining enrolled in other courses. A 100% refund is given for those hours dropped during late registration. A withdrawal is defined as dropping ALL courses. Drops and withdrawals become effective the date of the written request, with all required signatures and is received by the Registrar’s Office. 

Get your refund via direct deposit

UT Permian Basin offers direct deposit for student refunds into your bank account.

Why use direct deposit?

  • You don’t have to cash your refund check
  • Get your refund 1-2 days sooner than a mailed check
  • It’s free.

How to sign up for a direct deposit refund

  • Login to
  • Click on My Finances
  • Click on Account Inquiry
  • Click on Refund tab
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