Georgetown Law

 

     

 

 
July, 2013

Dear Georgetown Law Students:

We are pleased to advise you of the availability of the tuition insurance program offered by the firm of A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. Dewar has managed the Tuition Refund Program since 1930 and they have offered the plan to Georgetown Law students for the past 22 years.

The Tuition Refund Plan (T.R.P.) can protect you and your family from tuition loss should an illness or injury cause you to withdraw from school after the start of the fall semester. The Plan extends and enhances Georgetown Law's published refund schedule and insures that a covered student will receive 100% of tuition monies paid if the student must withdraw from school for a covered injury or illness (a maximum of 75% through T.R.P. if the withdrawal is due to a mental health condition) even if such withdrawal occurs after the expiration of Georgetown Law's tuition refund period.

We suggest that you take a few minutes to carefully review the provisions of this elective insurance program. The charts below illustrate how the Tuition Refund Plan (T.R.P.), coupled with our tuition refund schedule, can cover you against tuition loss due to a covered illness or injury. Please remember that your written withdrawal notification must be submitted at the Georgetown Law Office of the Registrar.

ADMITTED 1ST YEAR STUDENTS
Withdrawal DateUniversity RefundT.R.P. Refund*Student Receives
Prior to Registration and Orientation**100%0%100%
Registration and Orientation Week80%20%100%
September 3 - 1780%20%100%
September 18 - October 150%50%100%
October 2 - 1525%75%100%
After October 150%100%100%

ALL OTHER STUDENTS
Withdrawal DateUniversity RefundT.R.P. Refund*Student Receives
Prior to September 3100%0%100%
September 3 - 12 100%0%100%
September 13 - 1780%20%100%
September 18 -
October 1
50%50%100%
October 2 - 1525%75%100%
After October 150%100%100%

*Note that for mental health conditions the T.R.P. refund share is a maximum of 75%. Off-campus room and board is not insured.
**The 1992 Amendments to the Higher Education Act govern refund schedules for degree candidates with federal financial aid who withdraw during their first semester of enrollment. This refund schedule may be obtained from the Registrar or the Director of Financial Aid.

Those who wish to participate in the plan online must submit their application and payment prior to September 3, 2013, the first day of classes for the Fall 2013 semester. Online applications will not be accepted on or after this date. Upperclass students may apply until the end of add/drop. If you have any questions, please call A.W.G. Dewar, Inc. at (617) 774-1555 or email them at trp@dewarinsurance.com.

Sincerely,

Cora C. Osborne
Student Accounts Director

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