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Chesapeake College opens spring semester two days late
College extends spring registration, refund dates due to closure
Posted on Thursday, January 23, 2014
WYE MILLS Chesapeake College was finally able to start its Spring 2014 semester Thursday morning, opening two days late due to the snowstorm that blanketed the Mid-Shore region.
"It’s nice to have students back on campus and finally get the semester started," said Dr. Barbara Viniar, Chesapeake College’s president. "We just did not feel it was safe to reopen until this morning."
Chesapeake College is extending registration for spring semester classes by two days to compensate for being closed for two days. Students still must be registered for classes that meet twice a week before that class meets for the third time, and must be registered for classes meeting once a week before the second class meeting.
The college has also extended the spring semester refund dates, with students eligible for a 75 percent tuition refund if they withdraw from a class or classes by January 30th, and a 50 percent tuition refund if they withdraw by February 6th. Fees are not refundable.back
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