It is the policy of ATC to refund 100% tuition and refundable fees for students withdrawing from a course by the end of the third day of the term. After the third day of the term, a student will not receive a tuition refund. Students receiving Title IV funds (PELL, FSEOG, Loans) may or may not receive a Title IV refund.
Refunds for Title IV recipients are calculated as follows: Number of Days Completed divided by Number of Days in Semester =Percentage of Title IV Aid Earned.
*100% if greater than 60% – If funds are remaining after tuition and fees are deducted from Earned Title IV Funds, a refund for the remainder will be issued by the Business Office prior to the end of the term.
BankMobile is your official Atlanta Technical College Refund Disbursement Processor.
Students with a credit on their account after all tuition, fees, and books have been paid will receive a refund of their credit balance. Should a Pell recipient withdraw from all classes before the 60% time frame, he or she will be required to pay back funds they have not earned. All refunds are issued by the ATC Business Office. All refunds are processed through the BankMobile Disbursement Process.
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Financial Aid award notifications are sent to ATC students who have a completed Financial Aid file, are enrolled, and have maintained Satisfactory Academic Progress. Financial Aid awards are made on a first-come, first-served basis.
Eligible aid applicants will receive reimbursement later in the semester. The Financial Aid Office will disburse Financial Aid payments to the student accounts of eligible students. Any remaining balance is the responsibility of the student to pay before the first day of the semester or the payment due date. Excess Financial Aid will be refunded to you within 14 days by the Business Office.