Enrollment and Attendance Requirements
Attendance and Dropping/Withdrawing
Consequences for NOT Attending Class
Federal law requires that financial aid students' attendance be monitored. Failure to attend classes will result in being dropped from your classes and your financial aid award will be cancelled or reduced. Online classes as well as in person classes are monitored for attendance. Online classes require more interaction than simply logging on to the class to not be reported as a "No Show".
Students reported as a "No Show" and dropped from classes do NOT need to contact the Financial Aid or Registrar’s Office. Students must contact their professor. The professor must email the appropriate individual regarding possible reinstatement into class(es). Remember, an email from your professor does not guarantee you will be reinstated in your class(es).
Dropping or Withdrawing from a Class
The Financial Aid Office cautions every student before dropping or
withdrawing from their classes because it can change their financial aid eligibility and may result in funds having to be repaid.
In general, the consequences for dropping classes are:
- Possible financial aid suspension (Satisfactory Academic Progress)
- Return of your financial aid award to the federal government.
Fax is the preferred method for submitting required documents. Please make sure to include your name and A# when sending these documents.