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Tuition Refund Plan
With AWG Dewar Inc., the university has arranged a tuition refund plan for students and parents. This private insurance program enhances American University's published refund policy, helping minimize financial losses should students suffer serious illness or an accident that results in withdrawal from AU before the semester is completed. The insurance plan is elective and covers 75% of tuition and room charges.
All full-time students will automatically receive a portal block when they log into their student portal beginning in early May. This block will provide students with information about the tuition insurance, including a link to the terms and conditions, and give them the option to either elect to enroll in coverage, decline coverage, or Ask Me Later. The Ask Me Later option gives students the option to discuss with their parents or guardians the purchase of the insurance. Students who select Ask Me Later will be presented with the enrollment question the next time they log into the portal.
· Students who elect to purchase coverage will have the fee applied to their student account. The fee will be applied in the fall and then again in the spring.
· Part-time students, online students, and students enrolling in summer classes will have to contact Dewar directly to purchase coverage.
· Students will have to elect to enroll before September 9th for the fall semester and January 27th for the spring semester.
Students who previously declined coverage, but changed their mind, can email firstname.lastname@example.org before the enrollment deadline to have the fee added to their account.
What does the plan cover? Am I required to participate?
The insurance plan is elective each semester, and covers 75% of tuition and room charges
How much does the plan cost?
The plan costs $150 each semester.Â Â Academic year premium covers both the fall and spring semesters for 2017-2018. You will automatically be billed at the beginning of the spring semester if you enroll in the insurance in the fall.Â