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What If I Completely Withdraw From All of My Classes Before Completing More Than 60% of the Semester?
If you withdraw from ALL of your classes before completing more than 60% of the semester, or receive ALL F's and/or NC's, you will be required to return any unearned federal funds.
IMPORTANT!! If you drop (or dropped) BEFORE: April 02, 2020, for spring semester, you WILL OWE a repayment.
If you drop (or dropped) AFTER this date you will NOT owe a repayment. Please note: Your (SAP) Satsifactory Academic Progress will be affected.
For more details on the repayment process, how it is calculated, and the student's responsibilities, please stop by our office if you have questions..
If you never attended a class and this results in a change of your enrollment status, then your Pell grant award must be recalculated. This will result in you owing part or all of that award money back to the college.
IMPORTANT: If you owe an overpayment, you have 45 days to repay the college in full or it will be reported to the Department of Education. You will not be able to receive further financial aid from any college until the overpayment has been paid.
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