Requests must be received 24 business hours prior to start of program for a full refund.
Requests received after a course's completion cannot be fulfilled.
Official withdrawal is accomplished by requesting a refund for the specific course you wish to drop or submitting your intent to withdraw in writing. Not attending class or stopping payment on a check or credit card is not considered official withdrawal. In either of those cases, you will be responsible for paying your tuition and fees.
Guest Speaker changes are not accepted as a reason for refund requests.
FIT is not responsible for hotel, travel, or other costs incurred by program participants as a result of a course cancellation, including force majeure events including but not limited to widespread illness, public health conditions, act of government, and pandemic events such as, but not limited to, the coronavirus.
High School and Middle School students and parents should refer to the Precollege Programs Refund Procedures.
EFFECTIVE FOR FALL 2021
The procedures for partial refunds are no longer dependent on the number of sessions attended. Partial refunds are now dependent on days after the course start date. The new refund procedures are as follows:
Courses that have 1 session: 100% 24-hours prior to course start date, no refund thereafter
Courses that have 2 sessions: 25% on course calendar start date, no refund thereafter
Courses that have 3 sessions: 50% on course calendar start date, no refund thereafter
Courses that have 4 sessions: 50% on course calendar start date, 25% one day after course calendar start date, no refund thereafter
Courses that have 5 or more sessions: 75% on course calendar start date, 50% one day after course calendar start date, 25%
two days after course calendar start date, no refund thereafter
Course Session Make-Up Policy
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