Withdrawing or Dropping Classes
Student Financial Aid will determine if your refund must be used to repay some or all of the financial aid that you received using your official withdrawal date.
If you withdraw or cease attendance from all classes at KU Medical Center, you and the University may be expected to repay some or all of the federal financial aid you have received for the semester. If you withdraw within an adjustment/refund period at KU Medical Center, Student Financial Aid will determine if your refund must be used to repay some or all of the financial aid that you received. How a Return of Title IV calculation is determined (doc)
KU Medical Center will use your official withdrawal date to determine how much of your financial aid must be repaid.
After you withdraw, you will receive a letter from Student Financial Aid telling you which financial aid programs your KU Medical Center refund repaid, if applicable. If your refund is not enough to repay the amount of aid the University must return to your aid programs, the Student Financial Accounting office will bill you for the difference.
You may be required to repay the aid programs using your own funds. If you fail to repay this aid or fail to make satisfactory arrangements to repay this aid within 45 days, you may lose your eligibility to receive future federal and state aid.
Withdrawing from Classes
In most instances, you are not expected to repay the financial aid awards you received for the semester as long as you remain enrolled. However, dropping hours may affect your future eligibility for aid. For more information, read our Satisfactory Academic Progress policy.
Please contact Student Financial Aid if you are considering withdrawing from your classes, at 913-588-5170 or email email@example.com.