What happens if a student withdraws during a term in which they are on a financial aid warning or probation?
If a student withdraws during a term in which they are on a warning, the eligibility will be measured at the end of the term and the student will be placed on “suspension” from financial aid. If a student withdraws during a term in which they are on a probationary status, the student’s academic record will be reviewed at the end of the enrollment term to determine if SAP policy is met or if the terms of the academic plan have been met. If not, the student is suspended from eligibility for further financial aid.
- What happens if an approved open enrollment student withdraws from school, and then later wants to return to the approved school?
- What happens if a student, who is receiving a financial aid loan, repeats or withdraws for one or two semesters?
- What happens to financial aid resources if a student drops a course or withdraws?