Dropping or Withdrawing from Classes
Financial aid eligibility is based on actual hours in which a student is enrolled during any term. If a student drops any class(es) before the official census date of the term (see the current Academic Calendar), financial aid eligibility may be reevaluated and awards revised. Any award revision may result in a balance due to the university.
Withdrawing from TWU / Failure to attend or participate in classes
Students who pre-register and decide not to attend must cancel their financial aid award and pre-registration prior to the first day of class to avoid academic charges and penalties. The student must return any financial aid funds previously credited to their student account for that semester. Financial aid recipients who enroll and receive aid for a particular semester, then fail to complete more than 60% of that semester will have to repay part or all of the aid received for that semester. Additionally, any tuition, fees and room or board payments refunded by TWU as a result of a student's withdrawal must be returned to the financial aid programs in accordance with Federal law. Students who fail to complete the official withdrawal process but stop attending classes prior to the end of the semester and receive grades of "F" in all classes for that semester will also have to repay part or all of the aid received for that semester.
Up through the 60% point in each semester, a pro-rata schedule is used to determine the amount of aid to be repaid by a student who withdraws. No adjustments in financial aid are required for students who withdraw after the 60% point in a semester.
For information regarding repayments or revisions to financial aid awards due to dropping classes, withdrawing from the University, or receiving additional resources after a financial aid offer has been made by the University, contact the Financial Aid Office.
Page last updated 9:29 AM, January 23, 2017