How Withdrawing and/or Receiving F's (or Non-Passing Grades) Affects Your Financial Aid

Read how dropping with a grade of 'W' or withdrawing and/or receiving F's (or non-passing grades) can affect your financial aid

 

If you complete 60% or less of the term prior to withdrawing, you may be required to repay a substantial portion of your federal financial aid.

All federal aid recipients must successfully complete at least 66.67% of cumulative attempted hours to remain eligible for financial aid under the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements. Withdrawing and/or receiving F's (or a combination of all non-passing grades) from classes will affect your percentage of hours earned. For additional information, please review the SAP Policy (Note: Non-passing grades include F, U, I, W, IW, NR, and NG).