A student’s financial aid may be affected if the student: withdraws, drops, stop attending, is determined to have never attended, or does not begin attendance in all enrolled classes. Some of the federal aid programs this may affect are:
- Direct Unsubsidized & Subsidized Loans
- Direct Parent or Graduate PLUS Loans
- Pell Grant
- SEOG Grant
- Cal Grant
THE LAST DAY TO DROP A CLASS WITH A REFUND
The last date to drop a class is the date in the semester when the Financial Aid Office is required to evaluate your Federal Aid eligibility based on your enrollment status, established eligibility, and classes you began attendance in as of the last day to drop a class with a refund. If the Pell Grant or other federal aid you were awarded does not match these eligibility requirements, your award will be adjusted per federal regulations.
Please refer to the specific semester’s academic catalog to determine what the specific date the last day to drop a class is for the given semester.
AFTER THE LAST DAY TO DROP A CLASS WITH A REFUND
Any classes added after the last day to drop a class, as determined by your first session of attendance in the current semester, will not count towards your Federal Pell Grant eligibility, regardless of the start date for the class. If you drop, withdraw from, or do not begin attendance in classes that you were registered for, your financial aid award will be adjusted. All award amounts listed on InsideCBU are subject to change.
More details regarding the attendance and withdrawal process can be found here.