Withdrawal or Failure to Complete the Semester
Failure to complete a semester of enrollment in all classes, whether through withdrawal or lack of attendance, can have a dramatic effect on a student’s credit hour progression and financial aid eligibility. It is important for students to consult academic and financial aid advisors before making a decision to stop attending classes.
Withdrawal, whether official or unofficial, carries the following possible consequences:
- Failure to meet SAP requirements and placement on academic probation or suspension.
- Repayment of some or all financial aid received.
- Cancellation of future scheduled financial aid.
To prevent withdrawal or failure to complete the semester, students should consult academic advisors for advice on selecting manageable course loads each semester.