Student Cancellation

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Quarter Abroad Student Cancellation


Please do not submit your enrollment if you do not intend to participate in a Quarter Abroad program. The cancellation policy outlined below applies to all students, including those planning to use financial aid.

If you need to cancel/withdraw from a Quarter Abroad program, you must sign and complete an official Cancellation Form. You may request the form via email by contacting quarterabroad@ucdavis.edu.

Cancellations are effective the date the form is received by UC Davis Study Abroad and NOT the date the form is requested. If you fail to officially cancel from the program, you will be charged for all program fees. There are no refunds for non-attendance.

All cancellations are subject to the Cancellation Policy and Deadlines (below). Note: The cancellation policy is also in the Quarter Abroad Guide, Program Specific Guide, and Study Abroad Participant Contract.

Cancellation Policy and Deadlines

The $300 deposit is not refundable under any circumstances.

If you cancel on or after December 12, 2020 through January 8, 2021 for Spring Quarter 2021 programs or on or after April 10, 2021 through May 7, 2021 for Fall Quarter 2021 programs, you will be liable for:

  • $300 non-refundable deposit;
  • 50% of the Accommodations and Services Abroad Fee (amount varies by program; often thousands of dollars)

If you cancel on or after January 9, 2021 for Spring Quarter 2021 programs or on or after May 8, 2021 for Fall Quarter 2021 programs, you will be liable for:

  • $300 non-refundable deposit;
  • 100% of the Accommodations and Services Abroad Fee (amount varies by program; often thousands of dollars); and
  • Balance of Quarter Abroad Fee

If you cancel or withdraw on or after the first day of the quarter in which your program falls (spring or fall), you will be liable for UC Davis Tuition and Fees according to the Office of the University Registrar.

Fee
If Cancellation Form is received
 

Spring 2021: From enrollment submission through December 11, 2020

Fall 2021: From enrollment submission through April 9, 2021

Spring 2021: December 12, 2020 through January 8, 2021

Fall 2021: April 10, 2021 through May 7, 2021

Spring 2021: On or after January 9, 2021


Fall 2021: On or after May 8, 2021

Quarter Abroad Deposit

100% Charged / Not Refunded

100% Charged / Not Refunded

100% Charged / Not Refunded

Accommodations and Services Abroad Fee (varies by program)

100% Refund

50% Charged / Not Refunded

100% Charged / Not Refunded

Balance of Quarter Abroad Fee

100% Refund

100% Refund

100% Charged / Not Refunded

UC Davis Tuition*

Subject to Registrar policy

Subject to Registrar policy

Subject to Registrar policy

*Estimated—Subject to Regental, legislative, gubernatorial, and/or campus action and may change without notice. Add non-resident tuition and UC SHIP, if applicable.

Withdrawal While Abroad

To withdraw from the program while it is in progress, you must fill out a Cancellation Form (request the form from quarterabroad@ucdavis.edu). There are NO refunds for withdrawals while a program is in progress under any circumstances.

Non-attendance is NOT a form of cancellation. There are no refunds for non-attendance. You will still be liable for all fees according to the cancellation policy and deadlines above and will not be reimbursed for travel-related expenses including airfare, passport fees or other costs.

You will be responsible for all expenses incurred during your stay. You will be expected to pay all in-country bills, including phone bills, rent, overdue books, etc. In addition, financial aid may have to be returned and you may have to begin repayment of loans.

Failure to resolve any outstanding financial obligations abroad may result in a hold on future registration and may impose other consequences. Unpaid bills may compromise your standing with the University of California.