What if a financial aid student needs to drop all of his or her classes?
It is always best to call or stop by the Financial Aid Office if you will be dropping classes after the quarter starts to determine if there are any financial aid implications. Classes should be dropped as soon as the student knows that he or she is not going to attend them. Do not wait for the system to drop the classes. This will help to ensure that the financial aid account accurately reflects the enrollment status and will help to avoid unnecessary billings. If all classes are dropped prior to July 3, 100% of tuition and fees will be refunded and 100% of the financial aid will need to be returned to the appropriate source. If any money was received in the form of a direct deposit or an overage check and the check has been cashed, repayment of the money will need to be made at the Cashier’s windows. If the overage check is uncashed, it may be returned to the Grants, Contracts, and Loans Office in 234 Rhodes Hall. If classes are dropped July 4 or later, the student will be subject to
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