Repayment of Student Aid Funds
- We are required to calculate a repayment of student aid funds if you completely stop
attending all of your classes for any reason prior to the 60% point of the quarter.
You can avoid this repayment by attending at least 60% of the quarter.
- We are required to calculate a repayment of student aid funds for any classes you
fail to begin attending that changes your enrollment level. This is reflected by an
administrative withdrawal or an NA (never attended) grade on your transcript and is
issued by the instructor of the class you did not attend. It can also occur if you
drop a late start class such as a math course or other variable credit courses. Double-check
your registration the first 1-2 weeks of each quarter to be sure you are attending
all of your classes, particularly if you are on the waitlist for classes. You can
avoid this repayment by attending all of your classes.
- If you drop one or more classes before the 5th day of the quarter and it changes your
enrollment level. You can avoid this repayment by not dropping any classes the first
5 days of the quarter or dropping a late start course.
All calculations take into account the amount that was used to pay tuition and fees
and any funds you received directly from the college. Repayments can never be waived
by the college for any reason.