Thank you for letting us know you will be unable to attend Stanford Summer Session. This message confirms we have received your official Annulment of Summer Registration form.
Please be aware there may be additional steps required to fully terminate your participation in the program and cancellation fees may apply. Although we are happy to provide assistance, it is your responsibility to monitor your student record and University bill in order to ensure all charges and credits are properly applied. Here is some information to help you understand the process in more detail:
Course Enrollment and Tuition Fees
If you enrolled in courses, your annulment form has canceled your course enrollments.
- If you submitted the Annulment form prior to the first day of the Summer Quarter, June 26, 2017, you will not be charged tuition fees. If you have already paid tuition, Stanford Student Financial Services will issue you a full tuition reimbursement.
- If you submitted the Annulment form after June 26 and before the Term Withdrawal deadline on July 28, 2017, 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time, you will receive a partial tuition reimbursement according to the Tuition Refund Schedule.
- If you submitted the Annulment form after July 28, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time, you will be responsible for your full tuition.
If you applied for on-campus housing, you are responsible for canceling your housing contract. The Summer Session office cannot cancel your contract with Housing. The Housing office charges varying cancellation fees depending on when you cancel. Please follow the Canceling Your Housing instructions on the Housing website.
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International Students on a Stanford-sponsored I-20
For international students who received a Stanford sponsored I-20, there are a few more steps to take.
- If you have not entered the U.S., please return your I-20 to our office, via regular post, by July 1, 2017.
- If you have already arrived and presented your I-20 at the border, you may keep the document since you may need it to leave the country. Students who enter the U.S. with a Stanford sponsored I-20, but decide not to attend our program, are allowed to remain in the U.S. for up to 15 days. Please let us know if you have already arrived.
For tracking purposes, it would be very helpful if you could take a moment to let us know why you won’t be coming to Stanford this summer by completing a very short questionnaire.
We hope you have a wonderful summer and encourage you to consider attending our program in the future. Best of luck!
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