You may be required to repay financial aid if you drop or withdraw from your classes.
If you withdraw from all classes during a semester or session, the date you withdraw is your official withdrawal date unless documented otherwise. The official withdrawal date is used to determine if you may need to repay financial aid.
Under federal regulations, students who make unsatisfactory grades in all classes for a semester are considered an unofficial withdrawal unless they engaged in some academic activity beyond the 60 percent point of the semester. At ACC, unsatisfactory grades are F and I.
For any student for whom the last date of academic activity cannot be documented as occurring on or after the 60 percent point of semester, the withdrawal date will be considered the mid-point of the semester unless documented otherwise.
Any student who is considered an unofficial withdrawal and for whom a repayment calculation results in a required repayment will be responsible to repay those funds before receiving additional federal financial aid at ACC or any other institution.