consequences of an F grade

Understanding the Consequences of an F Grade

Financial aid students, who stop attending all courses during the semester, and receive all final grades of F, will not be considered as withdrawing from any classes. To withdraw from all classes, students must follow the procedures made available in Enrollment Services.

A pro-rated portion of the federal aid received, based on the documented last date of attendance, must be returned to the federal aid programs. If the college is unable to document the last date of attendance, one-half of all federal aid received during the semester must be returned to the federal aid programs.

The student maybe required to repay part or all of the financial aid awards received if all final grades of F were received for the semester.

Failing a course or courses as well with withdrawing may affect the student’s Satisfactory Academic Progress.
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The student will also be notified via email and postal letter informing them of their financial aid award adjustments.