Student Refund Policy

Individual Courses and Summer School

Once the student has purchased a course or courses, no refunds will be made. If you have any questions about our refund policy, please contact an admissions representative. You will be asked to acknowledge this policy during the enrollment process; exceptions to this policy are not offered.

Full-Time Enrollment Student

For enrollment in either first or second-semester, the date a student withdraws will determine what, if any, percentage of total private school tuition may be refunded. Please note that refunds can take up to 30 days to be processed. In some instances, a family may owe a final tuition payment at the time of withdrawal. All refunds or final payments will be calculated when reviewing the family’s account as part of the withdrawal process. The registration fee paid at the time of enrollment is non-refundable. The tables below summarize the percentage of tuition refunded by withdrawal date for the 2018—19 academic years:

2018–19 Academic Year

Full Year Enrollments

 Withdrawal Dates

 Amount of Refund1,2

  Up to and including Sep 4, 2018


  Sep 5—30, 2018

 75% of fall semester tuition + 2nd-semester  tuition

 Oct 1—31, 2018

 50% of fall semester tuition + 2nd-semester  tuition

  Nov 1—30, 2018

 25% of 1st-semester tuition + 2nd-semester  tuition

  Dec 1, 2018, through January 25,  2019

 2nd-semester tuition

 Jan 26 through February 28, 2019

 75% of 2nd-semester tuition

 Mar 1—31, 2019

 50% of 2nd-semester  tuition

 Apr 1—30, 2019

 25% of 2nd-semester tuition

 May 1, 2019, or later

  No Refund

One Semester Enrollments

1st Semester
Withdrawal Dates

2nd Semester
Withdrawal Dates

Percent of Total Tuition Refunded1

 Up to and including Sep 4, 2018

 Up to and including Jan 24, 2019


 Sep 5—30, 2018

 Jan 25—Feb 28,  2019


  Oct 1—31, 2018

 Mar 1—30, 2019


 Nov 1—30, 2018

 Apr 2—30, 2019


 Dec 1, 2018, or later

 May 1, 2019, or later

 No Refund

*Dates are subject to change. The 2018–19 school year calendar dates will be finalized by April 1, 2018

For purposes of this student refund policy, first and second-semester private school tuition rates as referenced above each equally represent 50% of the total tuition due, with the first-semester portion being applied from the first day of the school year through the last day of second-semester; and the second-semester portion being applied from the first day of second-semester to the last day of the school year.

1If you select a payment plan, depending on your payment cycle, you may or may not be due a refund. In some cases, you may owe iNaCA a portion of your tuition due.

2If you withdraw between December 1st, the first day of second-semester, the total tuition due for your participation in the first-semester will be adjusted to the semester tuition rate. Any refund due will be calculated using this semester tuition rate.

3If you enroll in International Connections Academy for the full academic year, but choose to withdraw prior to second-semester, you must withdraw on or the first day of second-semester if you wish to be released from tuition payments for the second-semester. If you withdraw after the first day of the second-semester, you will be obligated to pay first semester tuition plus a prorated portion of second-semester tuition.

Important Information for Full-time Enrollments

  1. A delinquency in tuition payments will result in the disabling of a student’s access to Connexus, our education management system. Long-term delinquency will result in the student’s withdrawal from International Connections Academy.
    • On the 15th day after a missed tuition payment, the student’s access to Connexus will be disabled. Access will be granted when all tuition due has been paid.
    • On the 30th day after a missed tuition payment, the student will be withdrawn from International Connections Academy. Any future enrollment in International Connections Academy will be disallowed until all past due balances are paid in full.
  2. Failure to pay tuition may result in referral to a collections agency.
  3. If you elected a monthly payment plan for tuition payment and owe any tuition at the time of withdrawal based on the above withdrawal dates, all outstanding tuition will be due at the time of withdrawal.