Student Account Policies

Students with outstanding account balances will not be allowed to register or attend courses for future semesters. Existing registration for future terms may be cancelled as a result of an outstanding account balance. Lewis & Clark also reserves the right to withhold grade reports, transcripts, bar certifications (if applicable) and diplomas. Full payment of any balance due is required to facilitate the release of these documents and/or to clear a student for class re-registration. Students are responsible for their costs whether or not the statement has been retrieved. Any semester costs incurred after the semester due date has passed is considered due upon receipt. Students with an outstanding balance are additionally subject to a semester late fee. Please review the Fees section of our website for more details.  

For further Student Account policies, please visit your school catalog publication listed below and review the Statement of Student Responsibilities.

Tuition and Fees Refund Policy Update Resulting from COVID-19

In recognition of the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, we will provide a full refund of Fall tuition and ASLC fees, as well as the fees mentioned below, if you withdraw by September 8, 2020. From September 9 until November 2, refunds for withdrawals will be prorated following our standard policy, which you can find here.

We will not refund the New Student Orientation fee or the health and wellness fee, as those costs will have already been largely incurred by the College. Our standard policy on the student health insurance, media, and green energy fees allows for refunds until September 14, 2020, and remains unchanged. Course fees are refunded in full up to the add/drop deadline