Tuition Refund Policy
Students who officially withdraw from all courses during a semester are entitled to a tuition refund based on their date of withdrawal. In order for an eligible student to qualify as “officially withdrawn” from ACHE, the student must complete an approved ACHE withdrawal form in order to begin the exit process. A student who is dismissed from ACHE is not eligible for tuition refunds. Admission deposits and all fees are non-refundable.
Any student who withdraws before the end of the eleventh calendar day of the semester will receive a 100% refund of tuition. Any student withdrawing after the eleventh calendar day of the term, ACHE will determine the amount of tuition and equipment charges (if any) incurred by the student by calculating how many calendar days attended in the payment period divided by the total number of calendar days in that same payment period. Any student who withdraws after the 60% point of the term will not be entitled to any tuition refund. Students may not be given refunds for a portion of tuition paid by financial aid funds. As appropriate, the respective financial aid programs will be credited in accordance with federal regulations.
Veterans Benefit Tuition Refund Policy
Any student receiving Veterans Education Benefits who fails to complete the program, withdraws or is dismissed for any reason prior to the completion of the program, will be charged for tuition, fees and other charges on a pro rata portion of the total charges for tuition, fees and other charges for the full length of the program.