A student who withdraws from all classes/the University may be eligible to receive a refund of tuition and course fees depending upon the timing of the withdrawal. If the student received financial aid, the Office of Student Financial Aid, as well as the student, may be required to return all or a portion of the aid that was disbursed to them and/or their student account to the federal government. In other words, if the student is a financial recipient, the refund will be returned to the grant, scholarship, or loan source from which the student received funds. This situation could result in the student owing money to the University, the government, or both.
When a student's circumstances require them to withdraw from all classes, the student is encouraged to contact a financial aid counselor and their academic advisor so that the decision will be based on a clear understanding of the consequences of withdrawing from all classes.
Reason for Policy
There are times when a student leaves the University and their tuition and fees must be prorated and returned to the students or the appropriate agency.
|Primary Contact||Jason Tangquist, Interim Registrar||218-281-8424||[email protected]|
- June 2016