Withdrawing or Dropping Classes
Withdrawing from a class always affects financial aid.
Withdrawing during drop/add reduces your "Actual" financial aid prior to disbursement.
Withdrawing from a class you never to start requires immediate repayment of the unearned financial aid.
Withdrawing from a class and receiving a “W” does not require repayment of financial aid as long as you remain enrolled in your other classes for the full term.
Withdrawing from all classes OR failing all classes requires immediate repayment of any unearned financial aid (R2T4) unless you attended more than 60% of the term.
A “W” (withdraw) on your transcript always affects financial aid. Even if no repayment is necessary, a “W” is unsuccessful and affects your Satisfactory Academic Progress for future financial aid eligibility.