If you have to drop a class it may affect your eligibility for financial aid for the current term or future terms. Review the information on your scho...
If you have to drop a class it may affect your eligibility for financial aid for the current term or future terms. Review the information on your school's enrollment requirements and satisfactory academic progress standards and check with the financial aid office to ensure you aren't jeopardizing your financial aid eligibility.
If you have to drop out or withdraw from school, you may be expected to repay a portion of the financial aid that was disbursed for that term. If you withdraw, some of the funds paid to the school for your fees, tuition, or other charges may be refundable. If you received financial aid, refunds must first be returned to the financial aid programs according to federal regulations and other program guidelines. Check with the school about procedures for withdrawing or taking a leave of absence and be sure to consult with the financial aid office or business (bursar's) office about refunds, repayments of financial aid funds, and your future eligibility to enroll and receive financial aid funds.