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Shippensburg University
Student Accounts Office
Old Main 100
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA 17257

PH: (717) 477-1211
FAX: (717) 477-4018
studentaccts@ship.edu 

Please include your student ID number on all payments, letters, emails, faxes and voice mail messages for the Student Accounts office.

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Winter Semester Information

Winter 2013 Tuition & Fees (per Credit)

  Undergraduate    
 
Online PA 
Resident
Online 
Non 
Resident
Tuition:  $276 $282
Fees:     
Technology Tuition Fee $15 $23
Educational Service Fee $29 $29
 
Total Cost Per Credit:
$320 $334
Total Cost for 3 Credit: $960 $1,002
 
  Graduate
 

Online PA 
Resident

Online
Non
Resident
Tuition:   $442 $451
Fees:      
Technology Tuition Fee $21 $31
Educational Service Fee $69 $69



Total Cost per Credit: $532
$551
Total Cost for 3 Credit: $1,596 $1,653


The total cost of each three credit 2013 winter online class is as noted above. Registered students will receive an email at their Shippensburg University email account from Student Accounts to view and pay their bill online.

For more information about Winter online courses, visit http://www.ship.edu/online/

Refund Policy for Dropped Courses

Students are not charged for any courses dropped during the "drop period" at the start of the Winter term.

  • Winter 2013 POT 1 - last day to drop for 100% refund - 12/17/13
  • Winter 2013 POT 2 - last day to drop for 100% refund - 12/11/13
  • Winter 2013 POT 3 - last day to drop for 100% refund - 12/18/13
  • Winter 2013 POT 4 - last day to drop for 100% refund - 12/5/13

There is NO REFUND for individual courses withdrawn after the drop period if still enrolled in Winter term.

Refund Schedule for Winter 2013

The following refund schedule applies to a full university withdrawal or leave of absence for Winter 2013 i.e. this only pertains if you are withdrawing from every online course you are taking during Winter 2013: 

Refund/Reduction in charges:

12/16/13 - 12/17/13
100%
End of Drop period (12/18) - 12/19/13
80%
12/20/13 - 12/21/13
60%
12/22/13 - 12/24/13
50%
12/25/13 - 12/26/13
40%
12/27/13 - after
0%


Tuition technology fee, advance deposits, orientation fee, common damage fee, field placement fee and off campus support fees, if charged, are non-refundable. 

Refund Policy for Winter 2013 Courses in Varying Parts of Term

( Does NOT apply to course withdrawals, only full term withdrawals i.e. this only pertains to withdrawals from all courses in the applicable term

Early or late starting courses which begin and end on the following dates of Winter Term 2013 will be refunded based upon the portion of the enrollment period completed at the time of withdrawal. 

Part of Term: 1 - Full Term 2 3 4
Part of term begins
& ends:
12/16/13
1/17/14
12/9/13  
1/19/14
12/16/13 
2/9/14
12/2/13  
2/2/14
Refund Percentage: Last date to
Withdraw
Last date to
Withdraw
Last date to
Withdraw
Last date to
Withdraw
100% 12/17/13 12/11/13 12/18/13 12/5/13
80% 12/19/13 12/13/13 12/22/13 12/9/13
60% 12/21/13 12/16/13 12/26/13 12/13/13
50% 12/24/13 12/19/13 12/30/13 12/18/13
40% 12/26/13 12/22/13 1/3/14 12/22/13
0% After 12/26 After 12/22 After 1/3
After 12/22


Drop or Withdraw from a Winter Class

It is a student’s responsibility to officially drop or withdraw from a course for which they have registered, whether or not they have ever attended that class.  If a student does not attend class and does not officially drop or withdraw, their name will remain on the class roll until the final grading period, they will receive a grade of "F" for the course, and they will be charged for the course.  This applies to online and face-to-face classes alike.

Students Who Are Registered for TWO Winter Courses:  Students who are registered for two winter classes can drop or withdraw from all but their last class through MyShip at https://my.ship.edu. To drop or withdraw from their last winter class, students should complete the Withdraw Request Form at http://www.ship.edu/PCDE/Withdrawal Request Form/.

Student Accounts reserves the right to bill at the correct rate, according to the policies of the Board of Governors of the State System of Higher Education.