Refunds, Credits, Reinstatement as a Result of Military Service
Pursuant to 23-9.6:2 of the Code of Virginia, and corresponding SCHEV Guidelines, VHCC provides for the tuition relief, refund, and reinstatement of students whose service in the uniformed services has required their sudden withdrawal or prolonged absence from their enrollment. Service in the uniformed services is defined as service (whether voluntary or involuntary) on active duty in the Armed Forces, including such service by a member of the National Guard or Reserve, for a period of more than 30 days under call or order to active duty of more than 30 days.
Students need to submit documentation of the official military orders to the Admissions Office before the end of the semester of withdrawal or prolonged absence.
Suspension of Students for Non-Payment of Tuition and Fees, College Loans, College Fines, or Other Debts Owed the College
A student’s continued attendance at the College is dependent upon proper settlement of all debts owed the institution. Should the student fail to satisfy all due and payable amounts for tuition and fees, college loans, college fines, or other debts owed the College, the student may be suspended. No student will be allowed to enroll in any succeeding semester until all current debts owed to the College have been satisfied.