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Summer Financial Aid Withdrawal Policy

Summer Sessions

Summer 1 and Summer 2 sessions are considered to be one semester by Concord University. Any changes in enrollment status may require a recalculation or return of funds, which may create a balance for you. Dropping a course from one of your summer sessions will cause your summer financial aid awards to be revised. How your aid is adjusted depends on when you drop the courses. 
Dropping a summer session BEFORE classes start
If you drop all of your 1st session classes before it begins, but retain enrollment in 2nd session, your financial aid will be adjusted to reflect the change in number of weeks you are attending class. If you drop all of your 2nd session classes; but you completed 1st session, this is considered a withdrawal from the University and your aid will be recalculated.

 
Dropping a session AFTER the first day of class
If you drop all of your 1st session classes AFTER attending the first day of class, but remain enrolled in the 2nd summer session, we need your written confirmation regarding your enrollment in the 2nd session. You will have 7 calendar days to respond. We will adjust your aid depending on your response. If in your response, you confirm that you plan on attending 2nd session, we will adjust your summer budget and aid to reflect the number of weeks for that session. If we do not hear from you or you state that you will not be attending 2nd session, we will have to complete a withdrawal calculation. Aid is projected for all sessions you were enrolled in and any changes will result in a budget and aid adjustment.

 
Dropping ALL summer classes
If you drop all courses before the 1st session begins, your aid will be reduced to zero. Click HERE to officially withdraw. Failing to show up for class is NOT considered an official withdrawal. In this case you will be billed for all or a portion of your financial aid.

 

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Be Informed

It is a good idea to discuss your decision about dropping courses or withdrawing with your advisor and with the Financial aid Office before you drop classes or withdraw completely from the summer sessions.