All students are expected to establish a direct deposit option with a valid bank account. Refunds are issued via direct deposit unless a third party refund is requested.
Please visit the Workday Help Site to view direct deposit instructions.
Returning Title IV Funds
Health Insurance Refund Policy
Students considering withdrawal from the college should review policies and procedures available from the Class Deans Office.
If you withdraw from Smith College prior to June 30 for the fall semester, or December 1 for the spring semester, you will receive a refund of the general deposit. If you withdraw after these dates, the general deposit is forfeited.
Prior to Start of Classes
If you withdraw prior to the first day of classes you receive a 100 percent refund of institutional charges and health insurance. All disbursed Title IV aid, institutional aid, state and other aid will be returned to the appropriate account by the college.
After Start of Classes
If you withdraw on or after the first day of classes, but before the time when you will have completed 60 percent of the period of enrollment, you will have your institutional charges and institutional aid adjusted based on a daily proration of your attendance.
After 60 Percent of Period of Enrollment
If you withdraw after the 60 percent point of the period of enrollment, 100 percent of your institutional charges and aid remain for that period.
Other charges, such as library fines, parking fines and infirmary charges are not adjusted upon withdrawal and must still be paid.