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Policies & Procedures

TEMPORARY REFUND POLICY
until September 1st due to COVID-19 

Current Situation

Updated Short-Term Refund policy to September 1st, 2020

**IF RELATED TO COVID-19 Disruption**

Students that are registered for the 2020-2021 School Year and have paid the Limestone IEO to date.

Full refund minus $200 application fee up to and including September 1st, 2020 if student requests withdrawal from program due to COVID-19 issue

Letter of Acceptance has been delivered. Students may defer to February 2021 or September 2021 without an increase in fees.

Students that have applied to September 2020 program and not paid

Full Refund minus $200 application fee up to and including September 1st, 2020 if student requests withdrawal from program due to COVID-19 issue

Letter of Acceptance delivered upon payment. Students that have paid the application fee may defer to September 2021 without fee increase.

Refund Policy

Withdrawals Due to Study Permit or Visa Reasons

New applicants: A full refund, less a $500 administration fee, will be granted if a study permit application is not approved by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Returning students: A full refund, less a $100 administration fee, will be granted if a study permit application is not approved by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. They must include the original rejection letter from Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the original Letter of Acceptance from Limestone District School Board.

Voluntary and Involuntary Withdrawals

Two-thirds of the tuition fee will be refunded if the student withdraws prior to the first day of the semester.

One-half of the tuition fee will be refunded if the student withdraws at any time during the first calendar month of the semester (i.e., September or February).

Tuition fees will not be refunded if the student:

  • withdraws after the first calendar month of the program;
  • is withdrawn from the program due to a violation of the participation agreement, school rules, or Canadian law.